On 2017-12-16 20:50, Dan Hartjes dhartjes@... [neoplatonism] wrote: \ Hi Dan, The Greek in the Phaedo is ἠσθένει, imperfect 3rd person singularbucheron37
Dear Dan, Plato uses a verb derived from the noun that means "lack of strengh", "weakness" (astheneia); the noun and the verb are commonly employed in Greek tobaracatjr
To the group: In Platon's Phaedo, when discussing the events surroundng the "death" of Socrates someone mentions Plato was ill. It is curious that Platon'sdhartjes
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