Echiridion [Sentence 002]

Echiridion

Sentence 002

Text and Analysis

01.01.013
ἐφ’
ἐπί
preposition
-
on
01.01.014
ἡμῖν
ἐγώ
pronoun
DPZ
us
01.01.015
μὲν
μέν
particle
-
-
01.01.016
ὑπόληψις,
ὑπόληψις
noun
NSF
opinion
01.01.017
ὁρμή,
ὁρμή
noun
NSF
pursuit
01.01.018
ὄρεξις,
ὄρεξις
noun
NSF
desire
01.01.019
ἔκκλισις
ἔκκλισις
noun
NSF
aversion
01.01.020
καὶ
καί
conjunction
-
and
01.01.021
ἑνὶ
εἷς
adjective
DSY
in one
01.01.022
λόγῳ
λόγος
noun
DSM
word
01.01.023
ὅσα
ὅσος
adjective
SPN
whatever [are]
01.01.024
ἡμέτερα
ἡμέτερος
adjective
SPN
our
01.01.025
ἔργα:
ἔργον
noun
SPN
actions

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Translations

Things in our control are opinion, pursuit, desire, aversion, and, in a word, whatever are our own actions.Elizabeth Carter (c.1750)
Within our power are opinion, aim, desire, aversion, and, in one word, whatever affairs are our own.Thomas Wentworth Higginson (1890)
In our power are opinion (ὑπόληψις), movement towards a thing (ὁρμή), desire, aversion (ἔκκλισις, turning from a thing); and in a word, whatever are our own acts:George Long (1890)
In our power are thought, impulse, will to get and will to avoid, and, in a word, everything which is our own doing.Percy Ewing Matheson (1916)