χὡ λόγος διοίχεται, and the statement is at an end. ὁ λόγος is the explanation due from Oedipus after sending for Theseus. Cp.
: i.e., if you have been wronged, you have had satisfaction, “"and the cause is closed."” διέρχεται (L) is certainly corrupt. It ought to mean, “"the discussion is being carried through,"” rather than, “"our conference draws to an end"” (as Campbell, comparing “διεξελήλυθα πάντα, διεξῆλθον διὰ μακροῦ λόγου”, which are not similar). And if “ὁ λόγος” means “"our comerence,"” then Oedipus is assuming that his petition has only to be stated in order to be granted.