πριαίμην ἀνδρί. After a verb of buying or receiving, the dat. of interest denotes the person who has the thing taken off his hands: Aristoph. Ach. 812 “πόσου πρίωμαί σοι τὰ χοιρίδια”; Il. 15.87 “Θέμιστι δὲ καλλιπαρῃῳ ι δέκτο δέπας.” πρὸς τὴν ἡδ., compared with it: fr. 327. 4 “κἄστι πρὸς τὰ χρήματα ι θνητοῖσι τἄλλα δεύτερ᾽”: Eur. fr. 96 “ἀλλ᾽ οὐδὲν ηὑγένεια πρὸς τὰ χρήματα”. Suppose that one could buy either (1) wealth and power without joy, or (2) joy without wealth and power; in comparison with (2), (1) would be worth nothing.—Not, ‘in exchange for pleasure,’ like Plat. Phaedo 69A “ἡδονὰς πρὸς ἡδονὰς... καταλλάττεσθαι”: for the price is expressed by “καπνοῦ σκιᾶς”.
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