B, 715 A; Euripides or Critias, Frag. of Sisyphus, Aristophanes
Birds 755 ff., Plato Protagoras 337 D,
Gorgias 483 E, Laws 889 C and 890 D.
It was misused by ancient as it is by modern radicals. Cf. my
interpretation of the Timaeus, A.J.P. vol. ix. p. 405.
The ingenuity of modern philologians has tried to classify the Greek
sophists as distinctly partisans of NO/MOS or FU/SIS. It cannot
be done. Cf. my unsigned review of Alfred Benn in the New York
Nation, July 20, 1899, p.
57. it is forcibly diverted to paying honor to 'equality.'Cf. Gorgias 508 A. The
licence that I mean would be most nearly such as would result from supposing
them to have the power