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This sentence consists of an implied main verb and predicate adjective, which according to the usual interpretation, is becomes an actual knower' ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), (21) the participial clause 'having been altered through learning' ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), and an epexegesis of this participial clause 'i.
5) In Nicomachean Ethics VII 12, the phrase 'disposition and nature' (1152b36: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) and the reverse epexegesis 'the natures and the dispositions' (1152b27-8: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) clearly mean 'the natural dispositions' ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).