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ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA TO VOLS. I. II. III.

LIB. I.

p. xli. On Balbus, see Digest 1 2 1. 2 & 41, where it is stated that he studied under the pontifex Scaevola. He was the instructor of Sulpicius (Brut. 42, Digest 1 2 1. 2 8 43). See also Brut. 154.

In l. 21 omit 'as in the De Republica and De Oratore'.

p. li, last line but six. Forchhammer (p. 33) agrees in thinking that Philodemus and Cicero both copied from Zeno.

p. 2 1. 7, actione vitae. According to Deiter (Rh. Mus. 1882 p. 314) the true reading of B is de actione v., which is certainly more natural.

p. 11 l. 9 continente ardore. According to D. 1. c. the true reading of B is continentem ardorum einen zusammenhängenden Kreis von Lichtstrahlen'. I doubt ardorum being so used.

p. 49. Mr Swainson's Collations on § 2. I find from inspection of the ass that BK omit from esse debeat § 1 to sententias & 2, so that they are erroneously cited in favour of the reading vehimur.

In Commentary on i 1, ad agnitionem animi. Cf. Hippol. Ref. Haer. x 36 τουτέστι το γνώθι σεαυτόν, επιγνους τον πεποιηκότα θεόν. Calvin Instit. 11 hominem in puram sui notitiam numquam pervenire nisi prius Dei faciem sit contemplatus.

ib. tam variae-inscientiam. Add Acad. i 41 inscientiam ex qua exsisteret opinio, and Ac. 11 116–148.

$ 2 sunt in varietate. Cf. Mady, on Fin. 11. 47. § 4 on ita. For ^ Plato 1 241' read • P. 1 239'.

$ 5 plus una vera sit. Plus or plusquam is used to qualify a numeral without affecting case number or gender, cf. plus pars dimidia caesa est Liv. XXXVI 40, apes numquam plus unum regem patiuntur Sen. Clem. i 19, Roby & 1273, Madv. § 305. In the parallel passage Ac. 11 147 we find the less idiomatic construction cum plus uno verum esse non possit.

§ 6 quid certi. Cf. Div. II 8, and Halm on Rosc. Am. 83 id erit signi.

diffiderent. Atticus seems to have been one of these, see Fin. v 96 quoted by Reid Acad. 1 14.

necopinatum to be taken predicatively with susceptum. invidos vituperatores [add Brut. 254, J. E. B. M.] ib. floruit. Cf. Rosc. Am. 15 hospitiis florens hominum nobilissimorum. requirunt. Cf. below § 20, Leg. 11 62, Div. ii 126 illud autem requiro cur.

§ 9 animi aegritudo. Add to exx. of hypallage Cic. Leg. Man. 22 (membrorum) collectio dispersa.

§ 11 orbam. Cf. Acad. 11 11 ea quae nunc prope dimissa revocatur. All the younger Academics followed Antiochus, see Zeller iv 608 and quotation from Aenesidemus in p. 610.

§ 12 omnino. [followed by tamen Plin. Ep. 11 19, § 6, J.E.B. M.]

§ 13 in civitate. In 2nd 1. of quotation read nevolt for non vult, and cf. Naev. 90 Ribb, numquam quisquam amico amanti amica nimis fiet fidelis.

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§ 15 in Stoicis, cf. Brut. 114. On progressus cf. Reid Acad. 1 20.

§ 16 missus est. The treatise was perhaps that entitled Sosus after a Stoic compatriot, see Acad. 11 12 and Zeller iv 597 foll.

magnitudine et quasi gradibus non genere differrent (το μάλλον και ήττον, oủk eldet dlapépei). Cf. Verr. 111 203 quasi ea reset ea...inter se genere injuriae, non magnitudine pecuniae differat.

§ 17 me intuens. [see Wyttenb. on Eunap. p. 227, J. E. B. M.]

quae res agatur. [cf. Fin. 11 3 omnis autem in quaerendo, quae via quadam et ratione habetur, oratio, praescribere primum debet, ut quibusdam in formulis, “ea res agetur', J.E.B.M.]

nisi molestum est. See Reid on Ac. i 14.

nihil scire. Cf. Sen. Ep. 88 § 4 Academici novam induxerunt scientiam, nihil scire.

aequum. Fin. 11 119 ejuro iniquum hac quidem de re: tu enim ista lenius, hic Stoicorum more nos vexat.

§ 18 ex deorum concilio. Cf. Div. 1 49, Euseb. Pr. Ev. XIV 27, Justin M. Coh. ad Gent. p. 6 B, Luc. Jup. Trag. 45.

aedificatorem mundi. (cf. Wetst. on Hebr. xi 10, J.E. B. M.]

de Timaeo. Aristotle (de Anima i 3) refers to the dialogue as though it were written by Timaeus.

§ 19 quibus oculis. Justin M. Cohort. 5 B.
apte cadere. In 4th 1. of note for 'just below'read below § 23'.

optata. Add Αrist. Pol. IV 11 πολιτείαν την κατ' ευχήν γινομένην 1 1, 1V 1 HOTEP evxóuevoc [and cf. Dobree Advers. 1 254, J. E. B. M.].

g 20 physiologiam. For the clause beginning id est, cf. Reid Acad. 15, 8, 32.

§ 21 exstiterint. [For the arg. cf. Acad. ii 119 from Aristotle, Diels Dozog. p. 300, Zeller Vorträge (Ser. 2), p. 546, August. Conf. xı 10 foll., C. D. XI 4 foll., Jourdain Thomas Aquinas II p. 267, J. E. B. M.]

spatio tamen. Iam now inclined to agree with Wyttenbach and Vaucher (Cur. Crit. Lausanne 1865) in transposing the words which are treated in the note as a gloss. For the language cf. Off. 1 9 in deliberationem cadere; in rationem utilitatis c.; 0ff. 111 17 in nostram intellegentiam c.

§ 22 signis. We have the same comparison of stars to statues in the Aristotelian quotation 11 95. The quotation from the Orator in n. is from & 134, not & 131. quae si esset.

On the reason for Creation see Theodoret Provid. p. 507 Sch. 8 24 hactenus. Cf. Att. vi 2 de isto hactenus dixerim, me vel plura vincla optare, and passages cited in L. and S. s. v. III B.

celeritate. Cf. Ac. II 82.

inhabitabiles. Panaetius doubted this (Zeller iv 568) and Posidonius (Bake p. 91 foll.) blamed Aristotle for speaking of the torrid zone as uninhabitable, cf. Bunbury Anc. Geog. I p. 625, Strabo 11 5 § 13, Cleom. 1 6 8 32.

§ 25 text. et mente, mentem cur aquae adjunxit? menti autem cur aquam adjunxit, Or. Ba., et mente, cur aquae mentem, menti autem cur aquam adjunxit, si Sch. Mu.

vacans corpore. See below § 30 on dowiatov (and cf. Tusc. 1 50, J. E. B. M.]. § 27 aperta simplexque. 'pure unbodied spirit'. quod plerisque contingeret. The depreciatory view of mankind in general here do cuator. In Acad. 1 39 Cic. translates this by non corpus. (cf. Le Nourry on Tertull. Apoc. c. 7 art. 4, J. E. B. M.]

attributed to Pythagoras (this is implied by the subjunctive) is witnessed to in the lines cited by Iamblichus (V. P. 259) τους μεν εταίρους ηγεν ίσον μακάρεσσι θεοίσι τους δ' άλλους ηγείτούτ' εν λόγω ούτ' έν αριθμώ.

§ 28 Xenophanes. Cf. Nicolaus Dam, ap. Diels, p. 481; and for the phrase omne quod esset, Div. 11 33 physici omne quod esset unum dixerunt ; for the Epicurean polemic, Sext. Emp. IX 149 ει άπειρον εστι το θείον, ούτε κινείται ούτε έμψυχόν εστιν. .

8 29 in deorum numero. Correct this n. by that on 11 54.

§ 30 in Timaeo. Philemon frag. inc. 26 and 86 Mein. al ¿OTL Ó Oeds oŮ θέλει σε μανθάνειν' ασεβείς τον ου θέλοντα μανθάνειν θέλων. Forchhammer makes the same transposition as I have done, only placing a comma after censeat.

§ 32 vim quandam. For predicate' read .subject', and for 28 read 27.
§ 34 refert in deos. See on 11 54.
$ 35 signis. Read .sidus as contrasted with stella'.
§ 36 naturalem legem. Cf. 11 79 (Fin. iv 11, J. E. B. M.].

Ocoyovlav. Many Stoic annotations are contained in the existing Scholia to the Theogony. See Flack Gloss. u. Schol. p. 29 foll.

§ 37 mundum deum. See the Stoic proof in Bk 11 SS 19–47 [and cf. Tertull. Apol. 24, Tatian c. 3, Lact. IV 9, J. E. B. M.].

quasi delirans. Cf. Reid on Acad. 11 14 quasi mente incitati, ib. 11 74 quasi irati.

§ 38 honore afficere. For 8 33 read g 36.

quorum esset futurus. Cf. 111 49, and Firmicus 6 in istis profanis religionibus sciatis esse mortes hominum consecratas ; ib. 7 miscetis terrena caelestibus ; dolores hominum divinis honoribus consecrantur; ib. 8 si di sunt quos colitis, cur eos lugetis ? si lacrimis digni sunt, cur eos divino honore cumulatis ?

§ 40 Neptunum. So Xenocrates in Stob. Ecl. 1 3, 5, Flack Gloss. p. 78.
§ 42 vincula. Tertull. Apol, 14.
§ 43 quae est gens. Arist. Eth. x 2, 4 8 ydp mão. Ookei toûtelval pánev.
§ 44 maneat-consensio. (same word in Minuc. & 8, J. E.B.M.]
insitas. See however i 12 n, on innatum est.
de quonecesse est. [cf. Tusc. I 35, J.E.B. M.]
rebus novis nova nomina. [Fin. III 3, J. E. B. M.]

§ 45 quod beatum. Add Diog. L. vi 123 oŮ gåp Xlous BASTTELV odd' aitous (of the Stoic sage). [Tertull. adv. Marc. 1 25 si aliquem de Epicuri schola deum affectavit Christi nomine titulare, ut quod beatum et incorruptibile sit neque sibi neque aliis molestias praestet, &c., J. E. B. M.] Just the opposite was said of Alexander (Arrian VII 1, 8) πράγματα έχων τε και παρέχων άλλοις. For the Kúplai obča. the ref. should be to Diog. x 27, 138, Luc. Pseudon. c. 47.

§ 48 ratio--figura. Cf. Max. Tyr. Diss. VIII.
$ 49 quasi. Sen. Ira 1 2 non est ira sed quasi ira.

non sensu sed mente. The ref. to Lucr. in n, should be to the quotation given under occurrit § 46.

p. 146 1. 7. For 714 read 774.

mentem intentam. Cf. Ac. II 30 mens naturalem vim habet quam intendit ad ea quibus movetur, ib. 46 defigunt animos et intendunt in ea quae perspicua sunt.

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