: i.e. by a large
reward, as was the case also with the sophists.ταῦτα
: see on 310 e
: base, wanton. Cf.
Theogn. 281 δειλῷ γάρ τ᾽ ἀπάλαμνα βροτῷ πάρα πόλλ̓ ἀνελέσθαι
| πὰρ ποδός, ἡγεῖσθαί θ᾽ ὡς καλὰ πάντα τιθεῖ it is in the power of wretched mortal to commit many lawless deeds, and to imagine that he directs all successfully
, Pind. O.
ii. 57 ὅτι θανόντων μὲν ἐνθάδ᾽ αὐτίκ̓ ἀπάλαμνοι φρένες
| ποινὰς ἔτισαν of the dead, lawless souls suffer at once here on earth their penalties.
: a sound man.
This is a pred. after ὃς ἂν ᾖ
and sums up the preceding preds. Cf. Simonides, Frag.
50 Schn., 37 Bgk. καλὸν πρόσωπον
: equiv. to ἄπειρος, ἀπερείσιος
“Everything, even that which is ordinary, is good, provided only there is nothing base, shameful, connected with it.”τέ
: epic use of the particle subjoined to relatives. See G. 151. N. 4; H. 1041.