Enn. I. vi. 1. (p. 87, 1. 6) 9 π⋯ν μ⋯ν γ⋯ρ ἄμορφον, πεφυκ⋯ς μορφ⋯ν κα⋯ εἶδος δ⋯χεσθαι ἄμοιρν ⋯ν λ⋯γον κα⋯ εἴδους εἴδονς αἰσχρ⋯ν κα⋯ ἒξω θε⋯ου λ⋯γον. It is strange that no one seems to have questioned ἒξω θε⋯ου λ⋯γον which, after ἄμοιρν ⋯ν λ⋯γον is merely tautologous: and what point is there here in ‘divine reason’? Since, in these chapters on ‘beauty’, Plotinus has the Phaedrus much in mind, it is natural to suppose that what he wrote was ἒξω θε⋯ου λ⋯γον borrowed from Phaedr. 247 A.