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κακὸν -- λέγεις; Richards would add ἴδιον or οἰκεῖον after λέγεις, comparing (for ἴδιον) 610 B, and (for οἰκεῖον) 609 C, 610 E. It is easy to understand εἶναι: ‘do you say that each thing has a particular evil and a particular good?’ See Schanz Nov. Comm. Pl. p. 33.

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