βλᾶκα: ‘implies feebleness both of mind and character, a dolt.’ Thompson.
60 f. ἐπανάλαβε: we find ἀναλαβεῖν in this sense in 506 c and Apol. 19 b.
σὺκαὶΠίνδαρος: see on 484 b.
ἄγεινβίᾳ: is a freer expression of the sense of Pindar's words.
μὴλέγεις: in spite of the addition of ἢὀρθῶςμέμνημαι, the tendency of the question is towards a negative answer, as is also to be gathered from the ἀλλὰ of Callicles' answer.
Gonzalez Lodge. Commentary on Plato Gorgias. Ginn & Company. Boston and London. 1891.
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