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[24d] the emphatically and gently, those latter would be banished from their own proper place. When once they had accepted definite quantity, they would no longer be hotter or colder; for hotter and colder are always progressing and never stationary; but quantity is at rest and does not progress. By this reasoning hotter and its opposite are shown to be infinite.

Protarchus
That appears to be the case, Socrates; but, as you said, these subjects are not easy to follow. Perhaps, however,


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