How is it, according to Socrates/Plato, that things are able to persist at all?
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<ol><li>How is it, according to Socrates/Plato, that things are able to persist at all? That is, what

makes a birch tree (an ant, a human being, a star) persist in being a birch tree (an ant, a human being, a star)? In answering the question, describe his theory of Forms and his theory of participation.</li></ol>

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