in it essentially unideai and irrational* that we c&fc

1 1 »"i find in his philosophy such an ultimate contra as Krohn alleges. But with this point we are; yet prepared to deal.

him." Brans {Plato's Oeseize) draws attention to the co&fe&$lï this with many other passages where the acquisition of yfcrtà spoken of as the most earnest work of life [e.g. 770 D). &e afftftfeS on this and other grounds that the whole passage (80S te '

dne to Philippus, the editor of the Lam. It is possibJetha^tlMra fc

Hepubl of pessimism in the passage which is not Hatcoug, ¿¡tab Hit alternation of the two points of view is already fquad &jtti i

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