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ΖΩΡΟΣ in Empedocles

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 February 2009

Friedrich Solmsen
Affiliation:
University of Wisconsin

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Copyright © The Classical Association 1967

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1 See Arundel, M. R., C.R. lxxvi (1962), 109111Google Scholar; O'Brien, Denis, C.R. lxxix (1965), 14Google Scholar; West, M. L., C.R. lxxx (1966), 135 f.Google Scholar

2 ‘Not certainly known’ O'Brien 2.

3 ⋯ν δ⋯ τε μιογομ⋯νων χεῖτ' ἔθνεα μυρ⋯α θνητ⋯ν.

4 This implies that he indeed, as O'Brien (3, n. 3) suspects, derived ζωρ⋯ς from Homer's use of the comparative. Oddly enough, if one ingredient in a mixture is made very strong, the result may be considered both as more(or in a higher degree) mixed and as closer to the unmixed condition (of the prevailing ingredient). As Plutarch puts it in the dis-cussion of the crucial passage in the Iliad (Qu.Conv. 677 F), when Achilles ⋯πιτεῖναι κελεὺει τ⋯ν κρ⋯σιν the product is ⋯κρατ⋯τερον.

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