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[580e] but gave it the name of its chief and strongest element; for we called it the appetitive part1 because of the intensity of its appetites concerned with food and drink and love and their accompaniments, and likewise the money-loving part,2 because money is the chief instrument

1 Vol. I. 439 D.

2 Cf. Vol. I. p. 380, note b.

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