610 Josephus often appeals to the criterion of “sufficiency” when he wishes to close a discussion (cf. the matching vocabulary, from the ἱκαν-root, in, e.g., 1.58, 287; 2.288). He has done enough to fulfil the limited (but main) aim of citing another Greek reference to Judeans. But this may also provide a convenient excuse to avoid citing more of Clearchus. His suggestion that the interested could look it up themselves once again constructs his audience as an educated and leisured elite (cf. 1.16). The gesture may be purely rhetorical, given the practical difficulties (for other than full-time scholars) in locating hellenistic philosophical literature.