3. Surnamed the Small (ὁ μικρός
), a disciple of Socrates, who is reported to have had a conversation with him respecting sacrifices and divination, which Aristodemus despised. (Xen. Memor. Socr.
He was a great admirer of Socrates, whose society he sought as much as possible.
He always walked barefoot, which he seems to have done in imitation of Socrates. (Plat.Sympos.
p. 173, Phaed.