[148d] “Certainly.” “And likewise, since it has been shown to be other than itself and the same as itself, the one will for both these reasons or for either of them be both like and unlike itself.” “That is inevitable.” “Now, then, consider the question whether the one touches or does not touch itself and other things.” “I am considering.” “The one was shown, I think, to be in the whole of itself.” “Right.” “And the one is also in other things?” “Yes.” “Then by reason of being in the others
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