Which is book is "greater" in terms of one? (Explain.)
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Considering the idea of one, which book do you think is "greater"? Which of the two works do you think discuss, define, describe, or allude to the idea of one more than the other? Which book, in your opintion, has more to say about the idea of one? From which book can you learn more about the idea of one?
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Eric Lease Morgan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date created: October 31, 2010
Date updated: November 4, 2010