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The Epinomis is a dialogue in the style of Plato, but today considered spurious by most scholars. It is called Epinomis (= after laws) because it was first circulated in a volume following the Laws. The persons involved in the dialogue are an Athenian stranger, Cleinias of Crete, and Megillus of Lacedaemon. It continues the line of inquiry from the Laws, but branches off into astronomy and mathematical speculation.

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