[149c] For after the first every additional term adds one to the number of contacts.” “Right.” “Then whatever the number of terms, the contacts are always one less.” “True.” “But if only one exists, and not two, there can be no contact.” “Of course not.” “We affirm that those things which are other than one are not one and do not partake of oneness, since they are other.” “They do not.” “Then there is no number in others, if one is not in them.” “Of course not.” “Then the others are neither one nor two,
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