[57d] not merely a triangle of one definite size, but larger and smaller triangles of sizes as numerous as are the classes within the Kinds. Consequently, when these are combined amongst themselves and with one another they are infinite in their variety; and this variety must be kept in view by those who purpose to employ probable reasoning concerning Nature.Now, unless we can arrive at some agreed conclusion concerning Motion and Rest, as to how and under what conditions they come about,
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