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566. Abstracts without the Article:

Everywhere, as in English, from HOMER to DEMOSTHENES, and even in the subtle language of philosophy differences that have been set up by grammarians are often imaginary.

βία γὰρ Ἔρωτος οὐχ ἅπτεται”, PLATO, Conv. 196C; Violence gets no hold of Love.δόξα . . . χρημάτων οὐκ ὠνητή”, ISOC.2.32; Reputation is not to be purchased by money.

ISOC. [1]ISOC., 6:πλοῦτος δὲ κακίας μᾶλλον καλοκαγαθίας ὑπηρέτης ἐστίν”. 2.32 (see above).

PLATO, Conv. 196C (see above). Rpb. 444 E:κακία δὲ νόσος τε καὶ αἶσχος καὶ ἀσθένεια”.

HDT.8.3:στάσις γὰρ ἔμφυλος πολέμου ὁμοφρονέοντος τοσούτῳ κάκιόν ἐστι ὅσῳ πόλεμος εἰρήνης”.

AR. Pl. 573-4: “ὁτιὴ ζητεῖς τοῦτ᾽ ἀναπείθειν ἡμᾶς, ὡς ἔστιν ἀμείνων” | “πενία πλούτου” (elsewhere personified).

AESCHYL. Ag. 817:ἐλπὶς προσῄει”, Hope drew nigh. 904: “φθόνος δ᾽ ἀπέστω”, Let envy be gone.

PIND O. 4.16: “διάπειρά τοι βροτῶν ἔλεγχος”.

THEOGN. 571: “δόξα μὲν ἀνθρώποισι κακὸν μέγα, πεῖρα δ᾽ ἄριστον”, Opinion is a mighty ill to men, trial a mighty boon.

HOM. Od. 22.374: “κακοεργίης εὐεργεσίη μέγ᾽ ἀμείνων”.

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