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ἀγαθά: advantages. δοκεῖ: sc. ἀπολαύειν τοὺς ἀνθρώπους, i.e. that men derive more advantage from animals than from plants. τούτων: i.e. animals. The dem. οὗτος is used to denote the more important of two objects, as that which is nearer to the speaker's thought. See on i. 3. 13. γένος, ζῶσι: for the pl. verb with sing. collective subj., see on ὡς παύσαντες ii. 2. 3. συνεργοῖς χρῶνται(sc.αὐτοῖς): use them ashelpers. For the pred. dat., see H. 777 a. ὅ τι: in whatever way, sc. χρῆσθαι. See on αὐτῇ χρῆσθαί τι i. 4. 6.
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