Critical Notes on Plato's Politeia (Mnemosyne, Bibliotheca by S. R. Slings, Gerard Boter, Jan van Ophuijsen

By S. R. Slings, Gerard Boter, Jan van Ophuijsen

This quantity is meant to accompany the recent Oxford version of Plato's Republic, released in 2003. it really is in response to a chain of ten articles in Mnemosyne, relationship from 1988 to 2003. It comprises discussions of textual difficulties of assorted forms. a lot cognizance is paid to Plato's use of debris, to the moods and tenses of the verb, and to pragmatics and elegance. in addition, the transmission of the textual content gets abundant cognizance. The ebook is extremely suggested for clients of the hot version of the Republic, for these drawn to the transmission of the Platonic corpus and in Platonic Greek and for college kids of linguistics generally.

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All other editors give δοκε . 32 book two Hartman’s correction deserves more attention than it has received. At the four places in Plato where δοκ μοι means ‘I intend to’ (not counting this one), it is followed twice by a future infinitive (πε σεσ αι Tht. 183d10–e1; κατακε σεσ αι Phdr. 230e2–3) that cannot possibly be a corruption of an aorist infinitive; once by an aorist infinitive (Euthd. 288c5 φηγ σασ αι MSS, φηγ σεσ αι Heindorf); Prt. 340a1 παρακαλε ν may be present or future. The near-synonymous verb διανο ομαι may be followed by a present, aorist or future infinitive.

Thus, πλ ττεται and νδ εται τ πος are two distinct but closely related metaphors, the first one that of ‘moulding’ a shape in wax or clay (cf. c3; Lg. 798e2), the second of imprinting it. Both verbs are passive. 382e11 κα ο τε α τ ς με σταται ο τε λλους ξαπατ ι, ο τε κατ φαντασ ας ο τε κατ λ γους ο τε κατ σημε ων πομπ ς, παρ ο δ’ ναρ. παρ ο δ’ ναρ prA Eus. v. -G. II 280, but this was before Adam had published book two 35 the prA reading. Therefore Denniston misses the point when he says ‘I am quite inclined to defend, with Burnet against Kühner, … ο ’ παρ ο δ’ ναρ (though the shortness of interval makes the irregularity harsher)’ (1954: 193).

A) took umbrage at the forms μαστιγω σεται and δε σεται, because his Atticist training had conditioned him to expect μαστιγ σεται (common Atticist teaching) and δεδ σεται (cf. Moeris 114 Pierson–Koch δεδ σεται Αττικ ς, δε σεται Ελληνικ ς; Philemon gramm. 300 Osann δεδ σεται, ο δεσμω σεται; Thom. Mag. 87,3 Ritschl δεδ σομαι, ο δε σομαι). If this second hypothesis is right, there is no reason why scribes copying Plato MSS could not have adopted the same policy. (b) may have done? Here two passages from Epict.

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