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Here then is an idea that is intermediate between unity and number, or—more properly speaking—is either of them, according to how we look at it; and this is the idea that we call the idea of identity. We can’t in propriety of speech say that an object is the same as itself unless we mean that the object existent at one time is the same as itself existent at another. In this way we make a difference between the idea meant by ‘object’ and that meant by ‘itself’, without going as far as number yet without confining ourselves to a strict and absolute unity.

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