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John McGuire

-abuse’), their rejection of abstract theorising, their infusion of rational argumentation with subversive rhetorical techniques, and their lack of anything resembling an authoritative ‘school’ or heritable doctrine, effectively relegated them to the margins of the Western canon. We could even say that their

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Geoffrey W. Bakewell

involving metals. It likewise marks the return of traditional notions of heritable excellence that underlay the oligarchic coup of 411 and the rule of Thirty Tyrants. 21 Kallipolis’s social order ultimately rests upon inequality as much as equality: some citizens are intrinsically more valuable than others