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οὐκ...ἐνεῖναι. This is a specimen of the naive candour which characterizes Alcib. throughout. For Alcib.'s self-assurance, cp. Xen. Mem. I. 2. 47.

ἡττημένῳ...πολλῶν. “Me honori, quo me ornet populi multitudo, succumbere” (Stallb.). Cp. Rep. 359 A: Xen. Cyrop. III. 3. 2 ἥδεσθαι τῇ ὑπὸ πάντων τιμῇ: Thuc. I. 130. 1. For the thought, cp. Rep. 491 C ff.

δραπετεύω. “I take to my heels,” like a runaway slave (δραπέτης, Meno 97 E).

τὰ ὡμολογημένα. I.e. the conclusions as to his own ἔνδεια forced upon him by S.; cp. 216 A ἀναγκάζει...ὁμολογεῖν.

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