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1 Cf. on 433 B-E, 443 D, and Charmides 161 B.
2 Cf. on 431 A-B, Laws 689 A-B.
3 Strictly speaking, pleasure is in the mind, not in the body. Cf. Unity of Plato's Thought, n. 330.καλουμένων implies the doctrine of the Gorgias 493 E, 494 C, Philebus 42 C, Phaedrus 258 E, and 583 B-584 A, that the pleasures of appetite are not pure or real. Cf. Unity of Plato's Thought, n. 152. Cf. on λεγομένων431 C.
4 Cf. on 426 E, 606 B.
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