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τἀναντία τούτων: sc. τῶν θρασέων καὶ τῷ δήμῳ βοηθεῖν μὴ ἱκανῶν. τἀναντία is adv., and takes the gen. after the analogy of certain adjs. of place. G. 1146; H. 754 f.

ἐπιθυμητάς: eager followers.

ἀστούς, ξένους: in partitive appos. with ἐπιθυμητάς. G. 914; H. 624 d.

οὐδένα, μισθόν: for the double acc., see on 5.

συνουσίας: cf. 39.

τῶν ἑαυτοῦ: “of his own good things.”

ὧν τινες: Aristippus of Cyrene was the first of Socrates's followers to demand pay for his services. Cf. Diog. Laert. ii. 65.

χρήματα διδόναι: for the limiting inf. with nouns, see G. 1530; H. 952.

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