A. to be indeterminate, Arist.Pr.941b26.
2. to be without definite ideas, uncertain, Phld.Mus.p.48K., cf. S.E.P.1.28, Porph.Sent.33, Asp in EN74.27.
3. to be immoderate, opp. ἔχεσθαι ὅρου καὶ μέτρου, Epicur. Fr.465.
I would have thought that it would mean just the opposite. We use the aorist for determinate happenings (usually in the past) and the present for the indeterminate happenings. Can anybody shed some light?
Thanks in advance