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Καὶ οὗτος κτλ. οὗτος represents the typical τις and ἄνθρωπος of 200 C; and ἄλλος πᾶς serves to generalise, cp. 192 B.

ἔνδεια παρῇ. This sounds like a jocular contradiction in terms: in Eros there is a plentiful lack.

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