vir litterarum wrote:It seems to me that there should be a καί separating ὑμᾶς and τοὺς ἑταίρους: " whenever I hear other sorts of words, especially your talk of money and moneymaking, I myself am grieved and I take pity on you [and] your companions.... How can this sentence work without a conjunction between ὑμᾶς and τοὺς ἑταίρους? Could τοὺς ἑταίρους be in apposition to ὑμᾶς and refer to the λόγους, i.e. "...and I take pity on you, their companions..."?
Yeah, I would take it to be in apposition, but what do you mean by referring to the λόγους? I read it as something like "you my companions", meaning "you who are my companions".