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1 Cf. Sophocles Trach. 437.
3 Cf. 424 A, Laws 739 C. Aristotle says that the possessions of friends should be separate in ownership but common in use, as at Sparta. Cf. Newman, Introduction to Aristotle Politics p. 201, Epicurus in Diogenes Laertius x. 11, Aristotle Politics 1263 a 30 ff., Euripides Andromache 270.
5 Cf. Laws 665 B 7.
6 Cf. Aristotle Politics 1264 a 12.
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