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Διανοεῖ. “Do you fancy—?”: cp. Laws 755 B μηκέτι...τὴν τηλικαύτην ἀρχὴν ὡς ἄρξων διανοηθήτω. Notice the tone of indignant scorn in which Diotima speaks, cp. 204 B.

δεινὸς τὰ ἐρωτικά. Cp. 193 E, 198 D.

ὅπερ νῦν δὴ εἶπον. See 206 B.

οὗ πολλάκις ὡμ . οὗ means ἀθανασίας: πολλάκις refers not only to 206 E f. but also to other conversations such as are implied in 207 A (ἐδίδασκέ με ὁπότε κτλ.).

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