[165d] “Certainly.” “But when you come close to them they appear to be many and different, and, because of their difference in appearance, different in kind and unlike each other.” “Yes.” “And so the groups of the other things must appear to be like and unlike themselves and each other.” “Certainly.” “And also the same and different, and in contact with one another and separated, and in all kinds of motion and in every sort of rest, and coming into being and perishing, and neither of the two, and all that sort of thing, which we can easily mention in detail,
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