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λογιστικόν. The φιλόσοφον of II and III shewed itself in moral rather than in intellectual relations: see II 376 B note λογιστικόν, though as yet directed only to moral questions, is intellectual more than moral. Intellect gradually asserts its predominance over will until in Books VI and VII it achieves its final triumph. Cf. 439 E, 441 E notes

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