Platon, ii. p. 418. Cf. Laws 709 E on
the qualifications of the young tyrant, and Cic.Tusc. v.
24, with Renaissance literature on education. gracious, friendly
and akin to truth, justice, bravery and sobriety?”
“MomusThe god of censure, who
finds fault with the gods in Lucian's dialogues. Cf. Overbeck,
Schriftquellen, p. 208, n. 1091, Otto, p. 227, s.
v. Momus. Cf. Callimachus, fr. 70; and Anth. Pal. xvi.
262. 3-4:AU)TO\S O( *MW=MOS FQE/GCETAI,
*)/AKRHTOS, *ZEU= PA/TER, H( SOFI/H, “Momus
himself will cry out ‘Father Zeus, this was perfect
skill.'” (L.C.L. translation.) Stallbaum refers to Erasmus, Chiliad, i. 5.
75 and interpreters on Aristaenet.Epis
philosophie livée aux mains gantées et
parfumées d'eau bénite va trouver des maris
capables de lui faire encore des enfants.” cf. Epictet. iii.
21. 21. The passage is imitated by Lucian 3. 2. 287, 294, 298. For the shame that has befallen
philosophy Cf. Euthydem. 304 ff., Epist.
vii. 328 E, Isoc.Busiris 48, Plutarch 1091 E, Boethius, Cons. i. 3. There is no
probability that this is aimed at Isocrates, who certainly had not
deserted the mechanical arts for what he called philosophy. Rohde
Kleine Schriften, i. 319, thinks Antisthenes is
meant. But Plato as usual is generalizing. See What Plato
Said, p. 593 on Soph. 242 C. and attach to
her such r<