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1 See crit. note and Adam ad loc.
2 This is the problem of the one and the many with which Plato often plays, which he exhaustively and consciously illustrates in the Parmenides, and which the introduction to the Philebus treats as a metaphysical nuisance to be disregarded in practical logic. We have not yet got rid of it, but have merely transferred it to psychology.
3 Cf. Gorg. 450 D, 451 B-C.
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