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Nothing is something in an unrestricted manner. ), where the hypothesis is considered of ‘not positing a one that is in itself ’. Since units are arbitrary, anything can be made to appear to be of any character. ). By negating real units, the sophist can make anything appear anything, by shifting points of view without ever being committed to any of them. It sketches a world of pure perspectives, in which there is no advantage to any point of view over any other. Although this Argument ﬁts the Platonic view of the phenomenal world, as has been recognized since ancient times, it does not necessarily refer to phenomena alone.
He has to show how a rational plurality is possible and how true internal relations are possible between members of such a plurality. Only after euporia has been secured in these most general terms can Plato go into the details of his doctrine of forms, and of participation of forms in forms, and of sensible things in forms. At this point, a word of warning is in order. Strictly speaking, Platonic participation is not to be understood in terms of (Aristotelean) predication (although sometimes I shall be using the word ‘predication’ for the sake of convenience).
10 examines those physical processes. The one that is can be a member of relations: it can both be known and be the object of opinion (under different descriptions), and so forth. The difference between objects of knowledge and objects of opinion is not considered in the Parmenides. Structurally, there is no difference between them. 96 The structure of mevqexiˇ, ‘participation’, is the same for sensible things and for forms. Both problems are solved in one stroke. 97 Plato is showing here that the world of forms and the physical world have the same structure.