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οὕτως: in this strain. Ἱππίαν: Hippias of Elis was one of the most famous sophists of his day, and was very popular as a teacher of rhetoric, although his charges were as high as those of Protagoras (see on i.2.5). He is a frequent figure in the Platonic dialogues, where he appears to better advantage than here. διὰ χρόνου: as in ii. 8. 1. παρεγένετο: happened upon. διδάξασθαί τινα: to have any one trained. For the causative mid., see G. 1245; H. 815. δικαίους: applied to persons or things that are as they should be (comme il faut); and especially appropriate here, the discussion being on δικαιοσύνη. Cf. οὔτε γὰρ ἅρμα γένοιτ᾽ ἂν δίκαιον ἀδίκων (ἵππων) συνεζευγμένων Cyr. ii. 2. 26. τῶν διδαξόντων: const. like τῶν ἀπολυσόντων ii. 1. 5.
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