καὶ δὴ καί
: see on 345 e
: see on 339 d
σὺ δὲ καὶ αὐτός
: free resumption of οὐ μόνον αὐτὸς κτἑ.
above. Socrates ironically uses οἴει . . . εἶναι
, after the manner of Protagoras, as quite equivalent to εἶ.— ποιεῖν
: cf. 318 a
, 319 a
, 328 b
: the perf. here has its true force, expressing the action as complete while still efficient in its result; “you have
in yourself.” Cf. 2 Ep. ad Tim.
i. 12 οἶδα γὰρ ᾧ πεπίστευκα
, where however the verb has a stronger meaning.ἄλλων
: cf. 316 d
belongs to the whole sentence.