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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (θ)

(ΣΥΝΕΧΕΙΑ ΑΠΟ 3/09/18) conversation between Candaules and Gyges).166 In his analysis of these texts, Dionysius distinguishes between three aspects, namely the subject matter or thoughts, the words, and the composition. His argument is in both cases that neither the subject … Continue reading

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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (η)

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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (z)

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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (ct)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  12/11/15) Dionysius tells us, then, that nature (we might say human nature) causes us to producemimetic words, which express things according to certain resemblances ,‘which are plausible and stimulate our thoughts’. The idea seems to be that … Continue reading

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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (e)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  10/02/15) 2.5.3. Dionysius on mimetic words (Comp. 16) The passage where Dionysius has been thought to express a Stoic theory on the  relationship between names and things is part of Comp. 16: this passage concludes the discussion … Continue reading

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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (d)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  08/04/14) 2.5. Philosophy of language in Dionysius’ On Composition? In section 2.3, I discussed some aspects of the relationship between words, thoughts and extra-linguistic referents as treated in Dionysius’ rhetorical works. The present section will focus on … Continue reading

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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (c)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  23/07/13) 2.4. Greek and Latin (TO BE CONTINUED) NOTES SOURCE  ebooks.brillonline.nl

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