arkadi wrote:1. *if not for the comma*, the only possible subject here would be "schesis", since it is the only noun with the article;
arkadi wrote:2. as the phrase stands (i.e. with the comma), the only possible subject is "phrone^sis"?
arkadi wrote:3. If so, how does it differ in meaning (if at all) from:
"Kai he^ phrone^sis men estin he^ schesis· ktl." ?
arkadi wrote:Dear Paul,
The only point I would ask you to clarify concerns what you called "me/n 'solitarium'".
Does 'solitarium' here mean: not followed by "de"?
arkadi wrote: If so, I need to say that the phrase immediately following ("ktl.", after the semicolon) has exactly the same structure as the one I cited, but with "de" instead of "men". Would your remarks, nevertheless, apply?
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