[145e] “Certainly.” “Then the one, inasmuch as it is a whole, is in other and inasmuch as it is all its parts, it is in itself; and thus one must be both in itself and in other.” “It must.” “This being its nature, must not the one be both in motion and at rest?” “How is that?” “It is at rest, no doubt, if it is in itself; for being in one,
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