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ἀνάρμοστον. The article (which Baiter and Hartman require) is unnecessary. See on I 334 E.

ἀκολουθητέον (i.q. δεῖ ἀκολουθεῖν) has ταῦτα for its subject, as Stallbaum points out: cf. Laws 803 D τί παίζοντα ἐστὶ διαβιωτέον; and infra V 467 C.

τῷ τῆς ψυχῆς ἤθει ἕπεται. Le style c'est l'homme. Conversely, thought is the dialogue of the soul with itself: see Theaet. 189 E (with Wohlrab's note) and Soph. 263 E. Cf. also IV 437 C note and Homer's διελέξατο θυμός.

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