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οὐδ᾽, not even: O. C. 1429 (n.) “οὐδ᾽ ἀγγελοῦμεν φλαῦρα”. So far am I from showing honour to evil-doers, that I would not even wish others to do so. Without directly denying that Antigone can be described as “ἀκοσμοῦσα”, he denies that she is “κακή”. This involves the whole question between the divine and the human law.

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