[164b] or 'of another' or 'to another' or past or future or present or knowledge or opinion or perception or definition or name or anything else which exists pertain to the non-existent?” “No.” “Then the non-existent one has no state or condition whatsoever.” “It appears to have none whatsoever.” “Let us then discuss further what happens to the other things, if the one does not exist.” “Let us do so.” “Well, they must exist; for if others do not even exist, there could be no talking about the others.” “True.” “But if we talk about the others, the others are different. Or do you not regard the words other and different as synonymous?”
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