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Reading 06: April 28

Chapters 13.1-14.2 (Chapters 13 - 14)
Translations Due Sunday, May 04 (midnight CST)
Grammar Questions Due Tuesday, May 6 (midnight CST)

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Level Book Sections Title
Questions
Perseus
Notes
Basic
Enchiridion Who is master? Who is slave? 
Optional 1
Enchiridion Nothing is got without a price
Optional 2
Enchiridion Wish to be free, not a slave 
Advanced 1
Discourses You cannot serve two masters
NA
NA
Advanced 2
Paraphrasis Christiana   Who is Master? Who is slave?
Wish to be free, not a slave.
NA
NA
NA

 

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The Progression of the Enchiridion

Chapters 13 and 14 continue instructing on the topic of 'controlling your desires.' The word 'wish' θέλω occurs about seven times in chapters 13 and 14, along with the word βούλομαι. These two words, along with the phrase ἕνεκα τῶν ἐκτὸς 'regarding external things' showcase the two chapters.

 

Chapter 13

The phrase τὰ ἐκτός, 'external things' ( also called τὰ ἀπροαίρετα) are those things outside the scope of one's προαίρεσις, comprising all those things that are not in our power, over which we have no absolute control (Seddon, p. 68). τὰ ἐκτός, 'external things', do not include opinion, impulse, desire and aversion (cf. Enchiridion 1.1; Seddon p. 70). The chapter ends with the statement that one cannot persue two opposite goals at the same time. The Advanced Reading 1, Discourses 4.10.25-26, is an expansion on this theme. There are a number of similar New Testament passages that chapter 13 brings to mind.

 

Chapter 14

Chapter 14 gives examples to illustrate the point of how one can be disappointed by desiring the wrong things. Enchiridion chapter 2.1 introduced the consequences of desiring the wrong things: 'but if you seek to avoid sickness, death, or poverty, you will be miserable.'  The examples in chapter 14 are wanting people you love to live forever, and expecting perfection from people around you. The point of chapter 14, is that one should only desire 'a moral character in the right position' (Seddon p. 74). The Paraphrasis Christiana parallel to this chapter is Advanced Reading 2. The topics in this chapter also have parallels in the New Testament.

 

Paraphrasis Christiana

The Paraphrasis Christiana is an adaptation of the Enchiridion by a mediaeval Christian monk who took great liberties with the text of the Enchiridion. Not only does he correct errors in his text, and changes the names of Zeus to God, etc., but he freely adapts the Enchiridion to his Christian theology. The other two 'Christian adaptations' in Boter's book adhere to the text of the Enchiridion much more closely. The chapter numberings differ from the standard Enchiridion numberings (as do some of the Enchiridion versions, which count each section as a chapter). One of the advanced readings, chapters 18-19 of the Paraphrasis Christian are the parallel sections to Enchiridion chapters 14.1-14.2.

 

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Special Words

The meanings of the LSJ lexicon do not always point out or fit the 'Stoic' use of terms. The words dealing with ethics are listed here. Some of them are 'Stoic specific'; most are not. As the special vocabulary page is being built, a fuller 'special lexicon' will become available to help understand the Greek word. Here are some of the brief glosses.

   

ἀνάγκη 2 + inf.: it is necessary
ἀλλότριος 1 others; τὰ ἀλλότρια things belonging to others, that are not yours
ἀμελέω 1 to neglect
ἀνόητος 1 foolish
ἀπιστέω 1 to distrust
ἀποτυγχάνω 1 to fail
ἀσκέω 1 to exercise, practice, train
ἀφαιρέω 1 to take away, prevent
βούλω 2 to wish, want, desire
δοκέω 3 to appear, give the impression
δουλεύω 1 to be a slave
δύναμαι 2 to be able to do or achieve
ἐθέλω 9 to wish, to want
ἐκτός 2 external; τὰ ἐκτός external things, externals

ἐλεύθερος 1 free
ἐξουσία 1 power
ἐπιμελέομαι 1 to attend to, care for, to be concerned with
ἐπίσταμαι 1 to know; δοκεῖν ἐπίστασθαι to appear knowledgeable, a reputation for knowing
ἠλίθιος 2 foolish, stupid, silly
κακία 2 badness
μωρός 1 foolish, stupid
ὀρέγω 1 to desire
περιποιέω 1 to secure, achieve, obtain
προαίρεσις 1 moral character, choice
προκόπτω 1 to make progress
ὑπομένω 1 submit, be content
φεύγω 1 to avoid
φυλάσσω 1 to keep secure, to care fore
φύσις 1 nature

Corrections to the Text

The Perseus text is the same as Schenkl; there are no errors. Boter accepts a number of variant readings which are listed below.

 

Reading 6: Chapters 13.1-14.2

Reading 1 - Basic Group Enchiridion Chapter 14.1
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   [14.1a] Ἐὰν θέλῃς τὰ τέκνα σου καὶ τὴν γυναῖκα καὶ τοὺς φίλους σου1 πάντοτε2 ζῆν, ἠλίθιος εἶ· [14.1b] τὰ γὰρ μὴ ἐπὶ σοὶ θέλεις ἐπὶ σοὶ εἶναι καὶ τὰ ἀλλότρια σὰ εἶναι. [14.2c] οὕτω κἂν τὸν παῖδα θέλῃς μὴ ἁμαρτάνειν, μωρὸς εἶ· [14.1d] θέλεις γὰρ τὴν κακίαν μὴ εἶναι κακίαν, ἀλλ᾽ ἄλλο τι. [14.1e] ἐὰν3 δὲ θέλῃς ὀρεγόμενος μὴ ἀποτυγχάνειν, τοῦτο δύνασαι. [14.1f] τοῦτο οὖν ἄσκει, ὃ δύνασαι.

1Boter omits. 2Boter: πάντως. 3Boter reads ἂν

Basic Questions

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Chapter 14.1 Questions

Q1 What are the words for 'foolish', 'stupid', etc. in chapters 13 and 14. Can you rank them? Can you find any other words Epictetus could have chosen?

Q2 14.1a ἠλίθιος. What is the etymology of this word, any ideas? What book(s) could a person look at to find the etymology?

Q3 14.1a Ἐὰν θέλῃς...πάντοτε ζῆν. Boter reads πάντως. How does that change the meaning of the sentence?

Q4 14.1e θέλῃς ὀρεγόμενος. How do you translate this phrase? How does the participle ὀρεγόμενος fit into the phrase - what type of participle construction is this: substantival, attributive, circumstantial, supplemental etc.? Any reference in Smyth?

Q5 14.1d κακίαν μὴ εἶναι κακίαν. Boter and White translate the word κακία as 'badness'. Do you have any other suggestions? What other words could Epictetus have used?

Q6 14.1ef τοῦτο δύνασαι. τοῦτο οὖν ἄσκει, ὃ δύνασαι. Parse the word δύνασαι. Could δύνασαι be an aorist infinitive or aorist imperative? Translate these two phrases.

 

Reading 6 - Optional Reading 1 & 2 Enchiridion Chapters 13.1 & 14.1
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Optional Reading 1

[13.1a] Εἰ προκόψαι θέλεις, ὑπόμεινον ἕνεκα τῶν ἐκτὸς ἀνόητος1 δόξας2 καὶ ἠλίθιος, μηδὲν βούλου δοκεῖν ἐπίστασθαι· [13.1b] κἂν δόξῃς τις εἶναί τισιν, ἀπίστει σεαυτῷ. [13.1c] ἴσθι γὰρ ὅτι οὐ ῥᾴδιον 3 τὴν προαίρεσιν τὴν σεαυτοῦ κατὰ φύσιν ἔχουσαν φυλάξαι καὶ τὰ ἐκτός, ἀλλὰ4 τοῦ ἑτέρου ἐπιμελούμενον τοῦ ἑτέρου ἀμελῆσαι πᾶσα ἀνάγκη.

Boter: ἀνόητος1 reads ἄνους.  2δόξας reads δόξαι.  3inserts καὶ.  4 ἀλλ' ἀνάγκη τοῦ ἑτέρου ἐπιμελούμενον τοῦ ἑτέρου ἀμελῆσαι.

Optional Reading 2

[14.2a] κύριος ἑκάστου ἐστὶν ὁ τῶν ὑπ᾽ ἐκείνου θελομένων ἢ μὴ θελομένων ἔχων τὴν ἐξουσίαν εἰς τὸ περιποιῆσαι ἢ ἀφελέσθαι. [14.2b] ὅστις οὖν ἐλεύθερος εἶναι βούλεται, μήτε θελέτω τι μήτε φευγέτω τι τῶν ἐπ᾽ ἄλλοις· [14.2c] εἰ δὲ μή, δουλεύειν ἀνάγκη.

 

Optional Questions

Chapter 13.1 Questions

Q7 13.1a ὑπόμεινον...ἀνόητος δόξας καὶ ἠλιθιος. Boter reads ἄνους δόξαι καὶ ἠλίθιος. Parse ὑπόμεινον. What is the best translation for the words ὑπόμεινον δόξας?

Q8 13.1a μηδὲν βούλου δοκεῖν ἐπίστασθαι· How does the word μηδὲν function in this sentence (adverb, direct object) and which of the following three verbs does it modify?

Q9 13.1b δόξῃς. Contract verbs normally form the aorist by lengthening the final vowel of the stem. What are the principle parts of δοκέω? Can you find any other --εω -αω -οω verbs that lose the vowel in the aorist?

Q10 13.1b δόξῃς τις εἶναί τισιν. Translate this phrase. Why is τις in the nominative case, would τινα be the correct form? Can you find a section in Smyth for this behavior.

Q11 13.1b ἀπίστει σεαυτῷ. Why is the word σεαυτῷ in the dative?

Q12 13.1c ῥᾴδιον τὴν προαίρεσιν τὴν σεαυτοῦ κατὰ φύσιν ἔχουσαν φυλάξαι. Translate this phrase. How does ἔχουσαν fit into the phrase - what type of participle construction is this: substantival, attributive, circumstantial, etc.? Any reference in Smyth?

Q13 13.1c ἐπιμελούμενον . Translate the phrase ἀλλὰ τοῦ ἑτέρου ἐπιμελούμενον τοῦ ἑτέρου ἀμελῆσαι πᾶσα ἀνάγκη. Boter selects the reading ἀλλ' ἀνάγκη τοῦ ἑτέρου ἐπιμελούμενον τοῦ ἑτέρου ἀμελῆσαι. How does the participle ἐπιμελούμενον fit into the phrase - what type of participle construction is this: substantival, attributive, circumstantial, etc.? Any reference in Smyth?

Chapter 14.2 Questions

Q14  14.2a ὁ τῶν ὑπ᾽ ἐκείνου θελομένων. To what does the word ἐκείνου refer to? Can you think of a less ambiguous way (in Greek) or different way to state the same idea.

Q15 14.2a περιποιῆσαι ἢ ἀφελέσθαι. Do you think these two words are opposites? Are both words used in their 'normal' sense?

Q16 14.2b μήτε θελέτω τι μήτε φευγέτω τι τῶν ἐπ᾽ ἄλλοις. Translate this phrase. What is the meaning of ἐπὶ? To what does the word ἄλλοις refer?

Q17 14.2c ἀνάγκη. Epictetus uses this word twice in this reading, both with a complementary infinitive (13.1c, 14.2c). How does the word ἀνάγκη differ from δεῖ? Does Schenkl's 'Appendix of Words' show any other constructions? Do the words ἀναγκάζω convey the same ἀναγκαῖος ideas as ἀνάγκη, or has ἀνάγκη developed a special sense?

 

Reading 6 - Advanced Reading 1 Discourses 4.10.25-26
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Discourses 4.10.25.26: One cannot pursue two contrary objectives at the same time

[25] ἔργον ἔργῳ. οὐ δύνασαι καὶ τὰ ἐκτὸς ἔχειν ἐπιμελείας τετυχηκότα καὶ τὸ σαυτοῦ ἡγεμονικόν. εἰ δ᾽ ἐκεῖνα θέλεις, τοῦτο ἄφες: εἰ δὲ μή, οὔτε τοῦτο ἕξεις οὔτ᾽ ἐκεῖνα, περισπώμενος ἐπ᾽ ἀμφότερα. εἰ τοῦτο θέλεις, ἐκεῖνά σε ἀφεῖναι δεῖ. [26] ἐκχεθήσεται τὸ ἔλαιον, ἀπολεῖται τὰ σκευάρια, ἀλλ᾽ ἐγὼ ἀπαθὴς ἔσομαι. ἐμπρησμὸς ἔσται ἐμοῦ μὴ παρόντος καὶ ἀπολεῖται τὰ βιβλία, ἀλλ᾽ ἐγὼ χρήσομαι ταῖς φαντασίαις κατὰ φύσιν. ἀλλ᾽ οὐχ ἕξω φαγεῖν.

 

Longs Translation

You cannot have both external things after bestowing care on them and your own ruling faculty:7 but if you would have those, give up this. If you do not, you will have neither this nor that, while you are drawn in different ways to both.8 The oil will be spilled, the household vessels will perish: (that may be), but I shall be free from passions (tranquil).—There will be a fire when I am not present, and the books will be destroyed: but I shall treat appearances according to nature—Well; but I shall have nothing to eat.

7 “You cannot serve God and Mammon.” Matthew vi. 24. Mrs. Carter.

8 See iv. 2, 5.

 

Reading 6 - Advanced Reading 2 Paraphrasis Christiana 18-19
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Chapters 18-19 of the Paraphrasis Christian are the parallel sections to Enchiridion chapters 14.1-14.2. The text diverges from the standard text of Epictetus.

c.18. Ἐὰν τοὺς ἀγαπῶντάς σε καὶ τοὺς ἀδελφοὺς καὶ τὰ παιδία θέλῃς πάντοτε ζῆν καὶ εὖ πράττειν, τὰ μὴ ἐπὶ σοὶ ἐπὶ σοὶ θέλεις εἶναι, καὶ ἀνάνκη μὴ οὕτως γινομένων λυπεῖσθαι καὶ αἰτιᾶσθαι τὴν τοῦ παντὸς διοίκησιν. ἐὰν δὲ καὶ τὸν παῖδα θέλῃς μὴ ἁμαρτῆσαι, ἠλίθιόν τι ἐνθυμῇ· θέλεις γὰρ τὴν κακίαν μὴ εἶναι κακίαν, ἀλλ' ἄλλο τι.

c.19 Ἐαν θέλῃς ὀρεγόμενος μὴ ἀποτυγχάνειν, τούτων ἐφίου καὶ τοῦτα θέλε ἃ ἐπὶ σοί.

 

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Reading 6: Chapters 13.1-14.2

Optional Reading 1
[1301a] Εἰ προκόψαι θέλεις, ὑπόμεινον ἕνεκα τῶν ἐκτὸς ἀνόητος δόξας καὶ ἠλίθιος, μηδὲν βούλου δοκεῖν ἐπίστασθαι·
[1301b] κἂν δόξῃς τις εἶναί τισιν, ἀπίστει σεαυτῷ.
[1301c] ἴσθι γὰρ ὅτι οὐ ῥᾴδιον τὴν προαίρεσιν τὴν σεαυτοῦ κατὰ φύσιν ἔχουσαν φυλάξαι καὶ τὰ ἐκτός, ἀλλὰ τοῦ ἑτέρου ἐπιμελούμενον τοῦ ἑτέρου ἀμελῆσαι πᾶσα ἀνάγκη.

Basic Reading
[1401a] Ἐὰν θέλῃς τὰ τέκνα σου καὶ τὴν γυναῖκα καὶ τοὺς φίλους σου πάντοτε ζῆν, ἠλίθιος εἶ·
[1401b] τὰ γὰρ μὴ ἐπὶ σοὶ θέλεις ἐπὶ σοὶ εἶναι καὶ τὰ ἀλλότρια σὰ εἶναι.
[1401c] οὕτω κἂν τὸν παῖδα θέλῃς μὴ ἁμαρτάνειν, μωρὸς εἶ·
[1401d] θέλεις γὰρ τὴν κακίαν μὴ εἶναι κακίαν, ἀλλ᾽ ἄλλο τι.
[1401e] ἐὰν δὲ θέλῃς ὀρεγόμενος μὴ ἀποτυγχάνειν, τοῦτο δύνασαι.
[1401f] τοῦτο οὖν ἄσκει, ὃ δύνασαι.

Optional Reading 2
[1402a] κύριος ἑκάστου ἐστὶν ὁ τῶν ὑπ᾽ ἐκείνου θελομένων ἢ μὴ θελομένων ἔχων τὴν ἐξουσίαν εἰς τὸ περιποιῆσαι ἢ ἀφελέσθαι.
[1402b] ὅστις οὖν ἐλεύθερος εἶναι βούλεται, μήτε θελέτω τι μήτε φευγέτω τι τῶν ἐπ᾽ ἄλλοις·
[1402c] εἰ δὲ μή, δουλεύειν ἀνάγκη.

 

 

Table of Words

The local gloss is context-specific. The word-link and lemma-link are linked to the Perseus Hopper vocabulary tool. I have gone through the Greek lemma and verified them for accuracy - but there may still be some errors. Many of the definitions have been taken from the following translations: Mattheson, Boter, White, Oldfather and Long. If you have a better suggestion for a word, send in the word number, Greek word and suggested gloss, and I will add it into the vocabulary list.

A note of caution: Perseus does not always work as expected. The links are betacode which works better than sending in Greek Unicode lookups. But sometimes it still will not work. In addition, Perseus is often slow - if you see it cranking and cranking, try later, the server is too busy. An example of unexpected results is as follows: the neuter plural form ἀπαραπόδιστα returns 'not found'; the root lemma ἀπαραπόδιστος brings up its own correct entry. Some words are only listed in the Middle LSJ, not the main LSJ (e.g. οὐδέπω). So if you look up οὐδέπω in the Archimedes Harvard LSJ or your own personal copy, you won't find it.

 

Reading 06 Lemmas and Glosses
WordID Reference WordLink LemmaLink LocalGloss Construction POS Parsing EnchX EpicX NTX
935 13.1 Εἰ
εἰ
if


46 785 491
936 13.1 προκόψαι
προκόπτω
to make progress


5 23 6
937 13.1 θέλεις
ἐθέλω
to wish, want


33 484
938 13.1 ὑπόμεινον
ὑπομένω
submit, be content, ὑπόμεινον δόξας let people think


1 13 17
939 13.1 ἕνεκα
ἕνεκα
with regard to, about + gen.

2 68 26
940 13.1 τῶν

the


502 8830 19787
941 13.1 ἐκτὸς
ἐκτός
external; τὰ ἐκτός external things, externals


5 52 7
942 13.1 ἀνόητος
ἀνόητος
foolish


1 7 6
943 13.1 δόξας
δοκέω
to appear


4 29 166
944 13.1 καὶ
καί
and


206 4196 8977
945 13.1 ἠλίθιος
ἠλίθιος
stupid, silly; ἀνόητος καὶ ἠλίθιος a mindless fool


3 8
946 13.1 μηδὲν
μηδείς
neut. μηδέν as Adv., not at all, by no means


10 133 92
947 13.1 βούλου
βούλω
wish, desire





948 13.1 δοκεῖν
δοκέω
to appear, give the impression


12 209 62
949 13.1 ἐπίστασθαι
ἐπίσταμαι
; δοκεῖν ἐπίστασθαι to appear knowledgeable, a reputation for knowing


2 4 15
950 13.1 κἂν
κἄν
and if





951 13.1 δόξῃς
δοκέω
to appear


4 29 166
952 13.1 τις
τις
others


163 3876
953 13.1 εἶναί
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
954 13.1 τισιν
τις
τις εἶναί τισιν to amount to something, be an important person


163 3876
955 13.1 ἀπίστει
ἀπιστέω
to distrust + dat.


1 5 8
956 13.1 σεαυτῷ
σεαυτοῦ
yourself





957 13.1 ἴσθι
οἴδα
to know; ἴσθι γὰρ 'certainly it is...'





958 13.1 γὰρ
γάρ
for


49 781 1036
959 13.1 ὅτι
ὅτι
that


68 849 1299
960 13.1 οὐ
οὐ
not


85 1681 1626
961 13.1 ῥᾴδιον
ῥᾴδιος
easy





962 13.1 τὴν

the (abstract noun - untranslated)


502 8830 19787
963 13.1 προαίρεσιν
προαίρεσις
moral character, choice; τὴν προαίρεσιν τὴν σεαυτοῦ your choices


6 80
964 13.1 τὴν

the attributive

502 8830 19787
965 13.1 σεαυτοῦ
σεαυτοῦ
yourself





966 13.1 κατὰ
κατά
according to, in accord with + acc.

15 221 471
967 13.1 φύσιν
φύσις
nature


15 192 14
968 13.1 ἔχουσαν
ἔχω
to keep


37 732 707
969 13.1 φυλάξαι
φυλάσσω
to keep secure, to care for


8 29 31
970 13.1 καὶ
καί
and


206 4196 8977
971 13.1 τὰ

the


502 8830 19787
972 13.1 ἐκτός
ἐκτός
external; τὰ ἐκτός external things


5 52 7
973 13.1 ἀλλὰ
ἀλλά
for


55 953 635
974 13.1 τοῦ

the (untranslated)


502 8830 19787
975 13.1 ἑτέρου
ἕτερος
one ἕτερος...ἕτερος

4 36 99
976 13.1 ἐπιμελούμενον
ἐπιμελέομαι
to attend to, care for, to be concerned with





977 13.1 τοῦ

the


502 8830 19787
978 13.1 ἑτέρου
ἕτερος
other ἕτερος...ἕτερος

4 36 99
979 13.1 ἀμελῆσαι
ἀμελέω
to neglect


5 32 4
980 13.1 πᾶσα
πᾶς
all


27 426 1226
981 13.1 ἀνάγκη
ἀνάγκη
πᾶσα ἀνάγκη inevitably, be bound to + inf.

9 64 17
982 14.1 Ἐὰν
ἐάν
if


85 817 333
983 14.1 θέλῃς
ἐθέλω
to wish


33 484
984 14.1 τὰ

the


502 8830 19787
985 14.1 τέκνα
τέκνον
a child


6 38 99
986 14.1 σου
σῦ
your





987 14.1 καὶ
καί
and


206 4196 8977
988 14.1 τὴν

the (your)


502 8830 19787
989 14.1 γυναῖκα
γυνή
a wife


8 76 219
990 14.1 καὶ
καί
and


206 4196 8977
991 14.1 τοὺς

the (your)


502 8830 19787
992 14.1 φίλους
φίλος
a friend


7 92 29
993 14.1 σου
σῦ
you, your





994 14.1 πάντοτε
πάντοτε
forever


1 1 41
995 14.1 ζῆν
ζάω
to live


3 54 140
996 14.1 ἠλίθιος
ἠλίθιος
foolish


3 8
997 14.1 εἶ
εἰμί
you are


132 2174 2461
998 14.1 τὰ

the


502 8830 19787
999 14.1 γὰρ
γάρ
for


49 781 1036
1000 14.1 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1001 14.1 ἐπὶ
ἐπί
in the power of; τὰ μὴ ἐπὶ σοὶ things not in your power or control


77 642 890
1002 14.1 σοὶ
σῦ
you;





1003 14.1 θέλεις
ἐθέλω
to wish, to want


33 484
1004 14.1 ἐπὶ
ἐπί
τὰ ἐπὶ σοὶ things in your power


77 642 890
1005 14.1 σοὶ
σῦ
you





1006 14.1 εἶναι
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1007 14.1 καὶ
καί
and


206 4196 8977
1008 14.1 τὰ

the


502 8830 19787
1009 14.1 ἀλλότρια
ἀλλότριος
others; τὰ ἀλλότρια things belonging to others, that are not yours


8 85 14
1010 14.1 σὰ
σός
yours


41 281 26
1011 14.1 εἶναι
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1012 14.1 οὕτω
οὕτως
in the same way


33 406
1013 14.1 κἂν
κἄν
and if





1014 14.1 τὸν

the


502 8830 19787
1015 14.1 παῖδα
παῖς
slave-boy, son


5 21 24
1016 14.1 θέλῃς
ἐθέλω
to wish


33 484
1017 14.1 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1018 14.1 ἁμαρτάνειν
ἁμαρτάνω
to do wrong, make a mistake, be faultless


1 29 44
1019 14.1 μωρὸς
μωρός
foolish, stupid


1 24 12
1020 14.1 εἶ
εἰμί
you are


132 2174 2461
1021 14.1 θέλεις
ἐθέλω
to wish


33 484
1022 14.1 γὰρ
γάρ
for


49 781 1036
1023 14.1 τὴν

the


502 8830 19787
1024 14.1 κακίαν
κακία
badness, vice


2 20 11
1025 14.1 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1026 14.1 εἶναι
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1027 14.1 κακίαν
κακία
badness, vice


2 20 11
1028 14.1 ἀλλ᾽
ἀλλά
but


55 953 635
1029 14.1 ἄλλο
ἄλλος
another


32 663 155
1030 14.1 τι
τις
something; ἀλλό τι something else


163 3876
1031 14.1 ἐὰν
ἐάν
if


85 817 333
1032 14.1 δὲ
δέ
however


109 1649 2781
1033 14.1 θέλῃς
ἐθέλω
to wish


33 484
1034 14.1 ὀρεγόμενος
ὀρέγω
to desire


7 66 3
1035 14.1 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1036 14.1 ἀποτυγχάνειν
ἀποτυγχάνω
to fail


4 26
1037 14.1 τοῦτο
οὗτος
this


78 1657 1380
1038 14.1 δύνασαι
δύναμαι
to be able to do or achieve


18 313 209
1039 14.1 τοῦτο
οὗτος
this


78 1657 1380
1040 14.1 οὖν
οὖν
therefore


40 778 489
1041 14.1 ἄσκει
ἀσκέω
to exercise, practice, train


2 14 1
1042 14.1
ὅς
what


37 618 1404
1043 14.1 δύνασαι
δύναμαι
to be able to do or achieve


18 313 209
1044 14.2 κύριος
κύριος
a master


3 67 717
1045 14.2 ἑκάστου
ἑκάστος
a person





1046 14.2 ἐστὶν
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1047 14.2

the


502 8830 19787
1048 14.2 τῶν

the


502 8830 19787
1049 14.2 ὑπ᾽
ὑπό
ὁ τῶν ὑπ᾽ ἐκείνου a person's master


11 202 221
1050 14.2 ἐκείνου
ἐκεῖνος
a person


23 442 240
1051 14.2 θελομένων
ἐθέλω
to wish for, to want


33 484
1052 14.2

to


66 915 346
1053 14.2 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1054 14.2 θελομένων
ἐθέλω
to wish for, to want


33 484
1055 14.2 ἔχων
ἔχω
to have


37 732 707
1056 14.2 τὴν

the


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1057 14.2 ἐξουσίαν
ἐξουσία
power


1 27 102
1058 14.2 εἰς
εἰς
εἰς τὸ + inf.: so as to


65 935 1769
1059 14.2 τὸ

the


502 8830 19787
1060 14.2 περιποιῆσαι
περιποιέω
to secure, achieve, obtain


2 22 3
1061 14.2

or


66 915 346
1062 14.2 ἀφελέσθαι
ἀφαιρέω
to take away, prevent


4 46 10
1063 14.2 ὅστις
ὅστις
anyone, everyone who


72 875 146
1064 14.2 οὖν
οὖν
therefore


40 778 489
1065 14.2 ἐλεύθερος
ἐλεύθερος
free


4 97 23
1066 14.2 εἶναι
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1067 14.2 βούλεται
βούλω
to wish





1068 14.2 μήτε
μήτε
neither


6 76 34
1069 14.2 θελέτω
ἐθέλω
to wish, want


33 484
1070 14.2 τι
τις
anything


163 3876
1071 14.2 μήτε
μήτε
nor


6 76 34
1072 14.2 φευγέτω
φεύγω
to avoid


4 35 30
1073 14.2 τι
τις
anything


163 3876
1074 14.2 τῶν

the


502 8830 19787
1075 14.2 ἐπ᾽
ἐπί
on; τι τῶν ἐπ᾽ ἄλλοις anything that depends on others


77 642 890
1076 14.2 ἄλλοις
ἄλλος
other


32 663 155
1077 14.2 εἰ
εἰ
if


46 785 491
1078 14.2 δὲ
δέ
but


109 1649 2781
1079 14.2 μή
μή
not; εἰ δὲ μή but if not: i.e. 'those who do not observe this rule'


89 1079 1033
1080 14.2 δουλεύειν
δουλεύω
to be a slave


1 17 25
1081 14.2 ἀνάγκη
ἀνάγκη
ἀνάγκη ἐστί, c. inf., it must be that . . , is necessary that . . ;ἀνάγκη δουλεύειν of necessity be a slave


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