„The harmony is generally the result of contraries; for it is the unity of multiplicity, and the agreement of discordances“

—  Filolau de Crotona, Context: Fragment 3. The harmony is generally the result of contraries; for it is the unity of multiplicity, and the agreement of discordances. (Nicom. Arith.2:509).
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