φάσθαι=‘dic.’ Alluding to this passage, in which Odysseus reveals his name to the Cyclops, Aristotle ( Rhet.2. 3. 16) remarks that vengeance is incomplete till the guilty one knows for what cause and by whose hands it has been inflicted.
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