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ἐν ἑαυτῷ. So also in 579 C. Herwerden calls for ἐν ἑαυτοῦ, which could, of course, only mean ‘in his senses’: see Blaydes on Ar. Wasps 642.

γενόμενος κτλ. γιγνόμενος (Richards in Cl. Rev. VIII p. 23, following Stephanus) is a groundless conjecture. The tyrannical man must have reached this stage before he sticks at nothing. On βρώματος see 571 D note

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