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κριτὴς κτλ. κριτής is the φιλόσοφος, as αὐτοῦ in the next sentence shews. There is therefore no reference to 580 B. For πολεμικοῦ Herwerden proposes φιλονίκου, very arbitrarily: see on 582 C. It is worth noting that the conclusion of this argument incidentally furnishes a further reply to the objection raised by Adimantus in IV 419 A ff., viz. that Plato's guardians cannot possibly be happy.

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