From: Kenneth Litwak (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 22 2001 - 21:15:12 EST
KAI hRIYAN AUTON TO DAIMONION EIS TO MESON
EXHLQEN AP' AUTOU MHDEN BLAYCAN
No, TO DAIMONION is obviously
Obviously? Why is it obvios? Even if it is the implied
subject, it does nto prevent MHDEN from being the
specific subject for the aorist participle that I can
see. Again, I think that would be awkward, but after
reading parts of several classical and Hellenistic
authors, nothing would surprise me, and hardly
anything that I would cosntrue as a rule applies to
some of what I've seen.
the subject of
EXHLQEN and both aorist neuter
participles, hRIYAN and BLAYAN depend upon it;
MHDEN is adverbial
accusative construed with BLAYAN, "after doing no
harm" = "after harming
not at all."
Carl W. Conrad
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