This chapter examines Plato's dialogue Parmenides by applying Parmenides' method to his own hypothesis: the one, or “if (the) one is”. It clarifies the partial ambiguity of “is” and postulates two modes of being. It provides relevant hypotheses, theorems, and arguments including the absolute principle of noncontradiction.
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