Plato

2) Plato's Ion Question

How does Socrates explain the fact that Ion is "wonderfully clever about Homer alone"?

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In context, Socrates is toying with Ion..... he is alluding to the fact that had Ion mastered his subject matter, he would be wonderfully clever about all poets..... not just "Homer alone".