tence from what precedes.
ἄθρει: like σκοπεῖν and similar verbs has the construction of verbs of fear.
αἰνιχθέντα: denotes the consequences previously intimated, though not definitely stated, by Socrates.
ὡςσύγεοἴει: evasive, as 473 b. The following question inquires whether Callicles still holds to his previous statement, while accepting the consequences of it.
Gonzalez Lodge. Commentary on Plato Gorgias. Ginn & Company. Boston and London. 1891.
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