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ὥσπερ Ἐρυξίμαχος. See 186 B.

πᾶς γοῦν κτλ. An allusion to Eurip. (Stheneboea) fr. 663 N. ποιητὴν δ᾽ ἄρα | Ἔρως διδάσκει, κἂν ἄμουσος τὸ πρίν. This last phrase had a vogue: cp. Ar. Vesp. 1074; Menander Com. 4, p. 146; Plut. amat. 17. 762 B, Symp. I. 622 C; Longin. de subl. 39. 2 (quoted with other passages by Nauck). For the ditties of a love-sick swain, cp. Lysis 204 D. See also Aristid. t. I. Or. IV. p. 30.

πᾶσαν...μουσικήν. With A.'s bisection of ποίησις cp. the analysis of the notion by Socrates, 205 B infra.

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