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αὐτ-ήκοος , ον, (ἀκούω) who has himself heard, ear-witness,αὐ. τινος γενέσθαιTh.1.133, Pl.Lg.658c.
II. hearing oneself, i.e. a law unto oneself, Ph.2.2, al., Suid.; so, self-acquired, ἀρετή, ἐπιστήμη, Ph.1.371,354.
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    • Plato, Laws, 658c
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