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εἶναι γενέσθαι] This ‘fundamental antithesis’ and cardinal distinction of ancient philosophy is noticed by Gaisford, incredible as it may appear, for the sole purpose of making merry with it as a sophistical quibble! ‘Has Sophistarum ineptias facete ridet Antiphanes apud Athenaeum, III 99 A.’

περὶ δὲ τούτων] See note on δῆλον δέ, C. 1 § 11 p. 20.

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