εἴτε καὶ οὐ
: in the second mem ber of a depend. alternative question (whether . . . or not
are used indifferently; cf. l. 15 below; but in depend. nominal questions, distinguishing between what is and what is not, μή
is used when the verb is not repeated, otherwise either οὐ
. For examples of nominal questions, cf. 314 a
(l. 47), Xen. Mem.
iii. 6. 10. See G. 283, 1, N.; H. 1022a.τῷ . . . ξένῳ
: when a subst. with the art. takes an attrib. modifier, a dem., esp. οὗτος
, may be inserted after the modifier and before the noun. Cf. 338 a τὸ ἀκριβὲς τοῦτο εἶδος
, Dem. VI. 21 αἱ πρὸς τοὺς τυράννους αὗται λίαν ὁμιλίαι
, Plato Phil.
50 b ἐν τῇ τοῦ βίου ξυμπάσῃ τραγῳδίᾳ
. From the point of view of the Athenians, ξένῳ
places in a clearer light the inconsiderateness of Hippocrates, and here by its position it intensifies the reproach of Socrates.
: temporal adj. for adv. Cf. Thuc. ii. 49. 4 διεφθείροντο οἱ πλεῖστοι ἐναταῖοι καὶ ἑβδομαῖοι ὑπὸ τοῦ ἐντὸς καύματος
(on the ninth and the seventh day
), Hom. A 424, 472, 497, α
443, and very freq. See Seymour Hom. Lang. and Verse
§ 38; G. 138, N. 7; H. 619.
ὡς ἤδη διεγνωκώς
: as though you had already fully decided.
is used, like συγγίγνομαι
, with the meaning am
) one's pupil.ὃν κτἑ.
: cf. 310 e
: sc. αὐτῷ
. Instead of the rel. repeated in a different case, a personal or dem. pron. is commonly used; or, as here, the pron. <*> be omitted altogether. See G. 156; H. 1005.