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[414b] Something of that sort the namegiver has reproduced in the name, which he compounded of θεῖν (run) and ἅλλεσθαι (jump). You do not seem to notice how I rush along outside of the race-course, when I get on smooth ground. But we still have plenty of subjects left which seem to be serious.


One of which is to see what the word τέχνη (art, science) means.


Does not this denote possession of mind, if you remove the tau and insert omicron between the chi and the nu

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