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κἀνόητ̓ seems fitter here than “κἀνόνητ̓”: though its superiority is not so clear as that of “κἀνόνητα” over “κἀνόητα” in 758. The balance of manuscript authority, too, is here on the side of “κἀνόητ̓”, though there is no such unanimity as supports “κἀνόνητα” in 758,—a difference which the nature of the two passages sufficiently explains.

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