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of wisdom and virtue but are ever devoted toFor CUNO/NTES see Blaydes on Aristoph.Clouds 1404. feastings and that sort of thing are swept downward, it seems, and back again to the center, and so sway and roamCf. What Plato Said, p. 528, on Phaedo 79 C for PLANA/W of error in thought. This is rather the errare of Lucretius ii. 10 and the post-Aristotelian schools. to and fro throughout their lives, but they have never transcended all this and turned their eyes to the true upper region nor been wafted there, nor ever been really filled with real things, nor ever tastedCf. on 576 AA)/GEUSTOS, and for the thought of the whole sentence cf. Dio Chrys.Or. xiii., Teubner, vol. i. p. 240.