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καὶ μὴν κτἑ.: is to be completed with necessary changes from the preceding question of Socrates (τάξεως ἄρα κτἑ.). By καὶ μήν (and indeed) we pass to the more important part of the argument. Here also the general ideas τάξις and κόσμος receive special limitations.

29 f.

τῷ γιγνομένῳ: belongs to ὔνομά ἐστιν, while ἐν τῷ σώματι, in looser relation to the whole, denotes the range to which the question extends.

ἴσως λέγεις: in the answer of Callicles shows that, while indeed according to his feelings he would regard such a relation as false and impossible, his reason compels him to admit its truth.

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