About the Absolute Infinitive.
In Smyth 1247. on Absolute Infinitive, there are sample sentences like,
hekousa einai ouk apoleipetai (it is not willingly separated
to ge ep' ekeinon einai eso^the^s (as far as it depended on him you would have been saved)
Can I understand them as being adverbial, like ho^s clauses, explaining the accompanying circumstance of the main clause ?
antelabeto Israe^l paidos autou,
(he helped Israel his slaves,.........)
Is this "mne^sthe^nai" such an adverbial expression ?
"(with the accompanying circumstance of) remembering the pitious people" ?