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In spite of this, Isocrates claimed to be a Sophist. He had studied under Gorgias and viewed himself as a unique Sophistic orator who sought for the highest good. from Socrates / Plato. Ct:e1]"t~~ is possibly the most helpful for understanding the common use of the term in the classical period. He does not' use the term in his criticism of the Sophists, although two of his major works are directed against them (Against the Sophists and Antidosis). He uses the term some forty-one times,53 and reveals neither special attachment to nor antipathy toward the term.
Q(81j1;~~," Theologisches Worterbuch zum Neuen Testament, ed. Gerhard Kittel, A-N (Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer), pp. 419, 421. 31 Cf. Lesky, History oj Greek Literature, pp. 494-496, for a discussion of the differences between the Platonic and Xenophonic pictures of Socrates. 32 TLG, University of California, Irvine. 33 Xenophon's writings are collected in seven volumes in Loeb, Plato's in twelve. THE CLASSICAL AND HELLENISTIC BACKGROUND 23 in Xenophon [lo:e7J't~~ is not used for a follower of Socrates Avoiding' [lo:e7J't~~, he shows that he has taken up, or tried to take up, the concern of Socrates.
1to8ov ("slaves"), to designate his followers. 71 This most likely has to do with the the fact that 71 M. L. Clarke, Higher Education in the AI/cient World (Albuquerque: Unh'ersity of New Mexico Press, 1971), p':' 90. The TLG confirms Clarke' s statelllent, in that ,xv8pO:1to8ov is used some twenty-four times to designate the followers of Epictetus. LcxOTj't1}C; had now become a technical term to refer to intimate followers of a master, and for the Stoic this would not be desirable. The Stoic desired to be in control, hence the term eXVOpcX1tOOOV would describe a subservience of his followers which would render the master in control.
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