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μέν: so placed after the preceding εἶναι that the force of μήν, in which it originated, still rings in it. Cf. 361 e τῶν μὲν τηλικούτων.

πρὸς λόγον: with reason, coordinate with ὀρθῶς. See on 351 e, l. 25.

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