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The aTTetpla is considered to be identical with the Chaldaean BVval1ts-. The combined action of both principles gives rise to the third term, the mixture which is the intelligible Nails-. So then, the One as Cause cannot but bring about in the first place something which in its nature is most akin to the One; this should be the bare existence, the delimitation of an entity from other things, which guarantees the preservation of unity. But at the same time, the One's infinity of power is transposed to this entity, thus giving it a potency to come about and to generate lower beings)9 Thus, the principle of aTTEtp{a is ultimately connected to the aTTEtp05uval1la attributed to the One ever since Plotinus, and now entails all mUltiplicity.

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Van Riel: Iamblichus and Philebus of Plato 45 Why, then, do we distinguish the different principles? One can say that we, bound as we are to alterity and separation, have to rely on imperfect notions helping us to understand the fullness of the highest reality. But still, why do we use the names of cause, limit, unlimited and intelligible? In fact we already gave the answer in discussing the name of "cause" which is used to designate the One. The terms we apply to the principles are only functional names.

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