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τί: modifies ἀγαθός. ἆρα μὴ ἰατρός: sc. βουλόμενος γενέσθαι, in loose connection with the preceding τί δὲ δὴ βουλόμενος ἀγαθὸς γενέσθαι, after which something like ἆρα μὴ τὴν ἰατρικήν might be expected. γνωμονικοῦ ἀνδρός: with reference to the γνώμας of 9. οὔκουν: no indeed. Θεόδωρος: of Cyrene, said to have been a teacher of Socrates. ἀστρολόγος: an astronomer. Cf. iv. 7. 4. πάνυ ἠλιθίους: sufficiently represents the opinion of Socrates's time, that the professional rhapsodes declaimed the Homeric poems with little real understanding. Cf. Sym. iii. 6; Plato Ion 530 B ff.
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