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A believing ‘B to be not B’, and by implication someone else (not void) v. A believing ‘B to be C, mistakenly believing that C exists’ (void)

I can't grasp the distinction boldened in the quote below. How does A believing ‘B to be not B’, and by implication someone else differ from A believing ‘B to be C, mistakenly believing that ...