[146e] in which the other is during any time; for if it were in anything during any time whatsoever, the other would be in the same, would it not?” “Yes, it would.” “But since the other is never in the same, it can never be in any existing thing.” “True.” “Then the other cannot be either in the not one or in the one.” “No, it cannot.” “Then not by reason of the other will the one be other than the not one or the not one other than the one.” “No.” “And surely they cannot by reason of themselves be other than one another, if they do not partake of the other.”
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