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Eude'mus

*Eu)/dhmos).

1. Of Cyprus, to whom Aristotle dedicated the dialogue Εὔδημος περὶ ψυχῆς, which is lost, and known to us only by some fragments preserved in Plutarch (Consolat. ad Apollon. p. 115b.), and a few other writers. (Fabric. Bibl. Graec. vol. iii. pp. 393, 599; lonsius, De Script. Historiae Philosoph. 1.15. 3; Wyttenbach, ad Plut. l.c. p. 765; and the commentators on Cic. de Divin. 1.25.)

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