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1 Cf. on 531 E, p. 195, note f.
2 Cf. on 511 D, p. 117, note a.
3 This would be superfluous on the interpretation that the ἱκανόν must always be the idea of good. What follows distinguishes the dialectician from the the eristic sophist. For the short cut,καὶ . . . ὡσαύτως, cf. 523 E, 580 D, 585 D, 346 A, etc.
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