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1 Cf. 494 A.
2 Cf. Epist. vii. 328 C and Novotny, Plato's Epistles, p. 170 Plato's apparent radicalism again. Cf. on 501 A. Cf. also Laws 709 E, but note the qualification in 875 C, 713 E-714 A. 691 C-D. Wilamowitz, Platon, ii. pp. 381-383 seems to say that the εἷς ἱκανός is the philosopher—Plato.
4 Cf. on 499 D, and Frutiger, Mythes de Platon, p. 43.
5 Cf. Epist. vii. 327 B-C, viii. 357 B ff.
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