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1 Cf. Phileb. 38 C.Unity of Plato's Thought, n. 337.
4 The most obvious cause of errors of judgement. Cf. Laws 663 B.
5 Cf. Vol. I. p. 137 on 365 C.
6 The dramatic misapprehension by the interlocutor is one of Plato's methods for enforcing his meaning. Cf. on 529 A, p. 180, note a, Laws 792 B-C.
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