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πειθόμεθα was much more likely to be corrupted to πεισόμεθα (so q, with Stallbaum and others) than vice versâ, on account of φήσομεν. The present is more pointed and expressive; our rule has been laid down (391 D), and we abide by it now and always.

ὅσοι κτλ. Glauco's conception of the medical art resembles that of the later ἐμπειρικοί: see Celsus de med. Proem. pp. 5—9 ed. Daremberg, and infra 408 D note

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