echein tous logous to^n eido^n
(This is from a commentary on Aristotle's De Anima 3:8.)
I think the meaning of this "logos" is "due relation, proportion; analogy" or "that which is said, proposition; definition".
Then, I want to take it as "analogy", "similarity",
but if it means so, the ta eide would have to be dative.
So I want to ask you if genitive is ok too in this case. (There are free, not-strict uses in genitive.)
And please show alternative readings if you have.
(I'm trying to read this as creatively as possible. So show me creative ones.)
+ eide^ : I think eidos means like phantasia, phantasma in this book, and means "simulacrum".
+ echein : maybe "to keep" if "logous to^n eido^n" means "proprtions among eide^"
+ logous : due relation, proportion ; ANALOGY (similarity with eide^ ?) / that which is stated, PROPOSITION ; DEFINITION
+ . (period)