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in its mouth, and so “get a toss off the donkey”A play on A)P' O)/NOU=A)PO\ NOU=: “to show oneself a fool”: cr. Artist. Nubes 1274: TI/ DH=TA LHREI=S, W(/SPER A)P' O)/NOU KATAPESW/N. (as the saying goes): consequently, I must once more repeat my question, and ask—“With what object has all this been said?”MegillusVery good.AthenianWhat has now been said bears on the objects previously stated.MegillusWhat were they?AthenianWe saidCp. Plat. Laws 693b. that the lawgiver must aim, in his legislation, at three objectives—to make the State he is legislating for free, and at unity with itself, and possessed of sense. That was so, was it not?Meg