here, as W(S A)LHQW=S indicates.
“Your dog now is your only philosopher,” says Plato,
not more seriously than Rabelais (Prologue): “Mais vistes vous
oncques chien rencontrant quelque os medullaire: c'est comme dit Platon,
lib. ii. de Rep., la beste du monde plus philosophe.” Cf.
, p. 104: “The dog who barks furiously at a beggar
will let a well-dressed man pass him without opposition. Has he not a
'general idea' of rags and dirt associated with the idea of
aversion?” Dummler and others assume that Plato is satirizing the Cynics, but
who were the Cynics in 380-370 B.C.?” “In what respect,