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Plato, Republic, Book 2, section 383a (search)
“You concur then,” I said, “this as our second norm or canon for speech and poetry about the gods,—that they are neither wizards in shape-shifting nor do they mislead us by falsehoods in words or deed?” “I concur.” “Then, though there are many other things that we praise in Homer, this we will not applaud, the sending of the dream by ZeusHom. Il. 2.1-34. This apparent attribution of falsehood to Zeus was an “Homeric problem” which some solved by a change of accent from DI/DOMEN to DIDO/MEN. Cf. Aristotle Poetics 1462 a 22. to Agamemnon, nor shall we approve of Aeschylus when his ThetisCf. Aeschylus Frag. 350. Possibly from the *(/OPLWN KPI/SIS. avers that