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[164e] “And they will seem to possess, number, if each seems to be one and they are many.” “Certainly.” “And some will seem to be even and others odd, but all that will be unreal, if the one does not exist.” “True.” “And there will, we assert, seem to be a smallest among them but this proves to be many and great in comparison with each of the many minute fractions.”


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