682 Reading the adverb ἱκανῶς with Niese, Reinach, and Schreckenberg (against L and Latin). “Intellectual strength” translates κατὰ ψύχην εὔρωστος (literally: “strong in relation to his soul”), a phrase that both echoes Greek anthropology (cf. ψύχη in 1.180, 188) and suggests the standard antithesis between “strong” reason and “weak” (or womanish) superstition or error (cf. Cicero, Div. 1.7); cf. Josephus’ ἰσχυρογνωμοσύνη in 1.192. This character depiction predisposes the reader to judge Mosollamos’ subsequent intervention favorably.