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οὐκ οὖν κτἑ.: this is the ordinary neg. introduction of a question expecting an affirmative answer: don't you think then? i.e. “of course you understand.” This sense would appear more plainly if we were to read οὐκ οὖν ἴστε instead of οἴεσθε, as the Schol. may perhaps have done, who explains: ἀλλ̓ οὖν, ὥσπερ ἴστε, συμφέρει κτἑ.

δρᾶσθαι : see App. —: “but just that.” Cf. c. 103. 6; 109. 3.

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