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καί: also. It does not belong with δέ.

δικαιότης: rare, here prob. owing to conjunction with ὁσιότης, cf. Gorg. 508 a. This ending is a favorite one with Plato; see Lehrs's Arist. p. 257^{3}. — At first only the likeness of the two concepts is declared. Then, in order to emphasize this statement, the assertion follows that there is no such likeness between either of these concepts and any other.

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