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1 Cf. Stallbaum on Phaedrus 238 D-E, Forman, Plato Selections, p. 457.
2 The meaning of the similar phrase in Pindar, Ol. iii. 4 is different.
3 μουσικῆς τρόποι need not be so technical as it is in later Greek writers on music, who, however, were greatly influenced by Plato. For the ethical and social power of music cf. Introduction p. xiv note c, and 401 D-404 A, also Laws 700 D-E, 701 A.
4 Cf. Protagoras 316 A, Julian 150 B.
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