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page 8 note 1 My italics.

page 8 note 2 Kommentar zutn ersten Buck von X.s Memorabilien, Basel, , 1953 (Schweizerische Beiträge zur Altertumswissenschaft, v).

page 8 note 3 My italics.

page 8 note 4 Tr. Marchant.

page 8 note 5 Tr. Marchant.

page 8 note 6 After the concluding remark there is a of a further brief encounter between Socrates and Antiphon, clearly a post scriptum.

page 9 note 1 Described as Socrates' συνου⋯α by Plato, , Symposium 173 b.

page 10 note 1 See Denniston, , Greek Particles, p. 463, ii (1).

page 10 note 2 (cf. below). This appears to give the grounds for the association, in contrast to the ‘cash nexus’ in the proother kinds.

page 10 note 3 Surely in both cases we have Socratic εἰρωνε⋯α.

page 10 note 4 Taylor, , Plato, p. 225: ‘To all intents and purposes, we shall not go wrong by treating the “speech of Diotima” as a speech of phrase Socrates.’

page 10 note 5 If, as I believe, the opinion of ⋯μεῖς is identical with the doctrine of Socrates proother pounded in the succeeding sentence, there is corroboration for both in Plato, , Lysis 211 d ff.

page 11 note 1 Aus Platos Werdezeit, 1913, pp. 394 ff.

page 11 note 2 Plato, Theaet. 151 e, 152 a, 167 c.

page 11 note 3 Plato, , Symp. 181 a.

page 11 note 4 Bury, R. G., Symposium of Plato, 1909, p. xxvi.

Socrates and Antiphon

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