One might end his or her search for the pinnacle of Plato’s lifelong quest of Ideality — parallel to a search for I. Kant’s quest of the Ethical Ideal, which culminates in his measuring the ‘holy one of scriptures’ with his ideal Categorical Imperative. Happily, neither idealist must come down unrequited, since Plato locates the ‘hyperouranion topos’ where things truly are and are as they ideally can be. This is his place for such beings as ’cause the Divine to have its divinity attribute’.
In parallel mannner Kant makes the choice into a not really an open one, closed, rather in favor of a foundation stone in his Grundlegung einer metaphisik der Morale. Phdr 247-249 includes several choice-points in the aei/aiei choices, and all end with the 4-letter, old-Attic variant. Kant experiments by asking if ‘the holy one of the Gospels’ gets a foundation from his Categorical Imperative !
Philip executes a compoundly alliterative set of puns here in DE MUNDO 399a14, with close parallel to a line of Rhetoric To Alexander 1251a22. Please look
Chapt. 1: 228 e2
Chapt. 64: 278 b6