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Headword: *)epi\ sxolh=s
Adler number: epsilon,2654
Translated headword: at leisure
Vetting Status: high
To pursue philosophy in an unbusied manner,[1] meaning on a good occasion or at a work-free [time].[2]
Greek Original:
*)epi\ sxolh=s: a)pragmo/nws filosofei=n, a)nti\ tou= e)pi\ eu)kairi/as h)\ a)rgi/as.
[1] The entry up to this point -- the first four words in Greek, Adler's headword phrase included -- was perhaps intended as a headword phrase, since the same four words are found, with only a slight difference in word order, at the beginning of Julian, Epistle 8 (noted by Adler): nothing is more advantageous to mankind than filosofei=n e)pi/ sxolh=s a(pragmo/nws. The source could also [WH] be a comment on Cassius Dio 61.10.5 (= Constantine Porphyrogenitus, Excerpta de virtutibus 2.348) where the phrase e)pi\ sxolh=s filosofei=n occurs.
[2] Adler cites for comparison a scholion on Plato, Euthyphro 6C (where the phrase 'at leisure' occurs, and the gloss is e)pi\ th=s para\ toi=s polloi=s legome/nhs eu)kairi/as). See sigma 1802, end.
Keywords: daily life; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; economics; ethics; historiography; history; philosophy; politics
Translated by: William Hutton on 9 December 2007@12:14:13.
Vetted by:
Catharine Roth (added note, set status) on 9 December 2007@23:19:11.
David Whitehead (x-ref; cosmetics) on 10 December 2007@03:29:35.
David Whitehead (tweaking) on 21 October 2012@04:42:33.
David Whitehead (expansions to notes) on 1 February 2016@06:31:19.


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