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καὶ ὅταν κ.τ.λ.] ‘and any case in which one thing cannot exist or be obtained (by acquisition or production) without some other, but the other can without it’. As agriculture, compared with the other arts, Xen. Oecon. V. 17 (Victorius). Corn. Nep. Thrasyb. I 3, Peloponnesio bello multa Thrasybulus sine Alcibiade gessit, ille nullam rem sine hoc. Schrader. He also quotes from Plutarch, Apothegm. Reg. § 84, a saying of Agesilaus about the superiority of justice to virtue; it is the same example as occurs in the Topics (quoted on § 10) Γ 2, 117 a 39.

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