[158e] “And are they also both like and unlike one another and themselves?” “How is that?” “Inasmuch as they are all by their own nature unlimited, they are all in that respect affected in the same way.” “Certainly.” “And surely inasmuch as they all partake of limitation, they are all affected in the same way in that respect also.” “Obviously.” “And inasmuch as they are so affected as to be both limited and limitless, they are affected by affections which are the opposites of one another.”
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