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[25d]

Protarchus
You mean the class of the infinite?

Socrates
Yes. Mix with that the second class, the offspring of the limit.

Protarchus
What class do you mean?

Socrates
The class of the finite, which we ought just now to have reduced to unity, as we did that of the infinite. We have not done that, but perhaps we shall even now accomplish the same end, if these two are both unified and then the third class is revealed.

Protarchus
What third class, and what do you mean?

Socrates
The class of the equal and double and everything which puts an end


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