I'm having trouble with the following part of Aristotle's physics (185b17-185b18):
But to proceed: If their One is one as indivisible, nothing will have quantity or quality, and so what exists will not be infinite, as Melissus says—nor, indeed, limited, as Parmenides says; for though the limit is indivisible, the limited is not.
- Why if it is not divisible it will not have quantity or quality?
- Why if it is not divisible it will not be limited?
Can you clear it up?