[*] 65. The future may represent an action in its duration, its mere occurrence, or its inception; as ἕξω, I shall have, or I shall obtain; τοῦτο δώσω, I shall give this; ἄρξω, I shall rule, or I shall obtain power (cf. 55). E.g.
- “Πραγματεύονται ὅπως ἄρξουσιν,” “they take trouble to gain power.” XEN. Rep. Lac. xiv. 5.
- “Ἆρ᾽ οὐ ῾διαιρετέον̓ οἵτινες ἄρξουσίν τε καὶ ἄρξονται;” “must we not distinguish between those who are to rule and those who are to be ruled?” PLAT. Rep. 412B.
- “Πῇ στασιάσουσιν οἱ ἐπίκουροι καὶ οἱ ἄρχοντες;” “ how will they fall into faction?” Ib. 545D (see below, ὅπως δὴ πρῶτον στάσις ἔμπεσε).