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οὕτως: i.e. εὐθύμως τε καὶ εὐκόλως.

θεοφιλέστερος: the noble and happy death of Socrates showed that he was beloved of the gods; and it does not follow from his death, either that his δαιμόνιον deceived him, or that what he had said of the δαιμόνιον was false. Cf. Plato Apol. 40A—C, 41 D.

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