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When he has a majority, he will take the Court as far as it is willing to go, restrained only by how much he worries about losing the majority if he gets too epexegetic.
as well as an epexegetic question, as my translation suggests.
I take the kai as epexegetic, given that Plato is speaking here in an astronomical context and refers to the "sun and moon" as great gods (megalon theon) at 821b, something that suggests that the greatest god is the whole universe.