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Author Noriega-Olmos, Simón
Title Aristotle's Psychology of Signification : A Commentary on de Interpretatione 16a 3-18
Imprint Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2012
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Series Beiträge Zur Altertumskunde Ser. ; v.303
Beiträge Zur Altertumskunde Ser
Note Intro -- Introduction -- 1 Φωνή -- 1.1 The Problem of Φωνή -- 1.2 Material, Physiological, and Psychological Aspects of Φωνή -- 1.2.1 Physiology of Φωνή -- 1.2.2 Psychological Aspect of Φωνή -- 1.3 The Psychological Aspect of Vocalized Sound: Φαντασία or Νόημα -- 1.3.1 Φαντασία: Trigger of Vocalized Sound and Information Conveyed by Vocalized Sound -- 1.3.2 Vocalized Sound as Motion -- 1.3.3 Human and Animal Φωνή -- 2 Σημεĩον -- 2.1 Σημαίνειν, Σημεĩον, and Σημαντικóν in Classical Greek -- 2.2 Σημαίνειν, Σημεĩον, and Σημαντικóν in Aristotle -- 2.2.1 Natural and Conventional Signification in Aristotle -- 2.2.2 Σημεĩον, Σύβολον, and Δηλοũν -- 2.3 Signs Signify Something that is One -- 2.3.1 Signifying T1 and "ΕΝ -- 2.3.2 Not-Man and Goat-Stag as Significata, T1 and "ΕΝ -- 2.3.3 Logical Aspects of the Unity of Nominal Definition -- 3 The Significatum -- 3.1 Νόημα -- 3.1.1 General Meaning of ???µa -- 3.1.2 Νοũς, Διάνοια, and δόξα in De Interpretatione -- 3.2 Νοήματα in De Interpretatione and De Anima -- 3.2.1 Simple and Complex Thoughts -- 3.2.2. Truth and Falsehood in De Interpretatione and De Anima -- 3.2.3 Objects of Thought in De Interpretatione and De Anima -- Individuals as Objects of Intellection -- Species and Genera as Objects of Intellection -- Non-Existent Entities as Objects of Intellection -- 4 Νοήματα in De Interpretatione and De Anima, a New Interpretation of De Interpretatione 16a3 - 8 -- 4.1 De Interpretatione 16a3 - 8: Its Psychological Presuppositions and Its Philosophical Implications -- 4.2 Psychological Background Suggested by 'Ομοίωμα -- 4.3 Impact of the Reading 'Ομοίωμα as an Aristotelian Technical Term on the Global Interpretation of 16a3 -9 and Πρώτων -- 4.4 Πρώτων as a Technical Term and Πράγμα -- 4.5 Philosophical Implications of Reading Πρώτων as 'Priomordial'
4.6 Why Thoughts Are the Same for Everybody and why Phantasiai can be Different for Different People -- 4.7 The Text of De Interpretatione 16a3 -8 -- 5 Κατά Συνθήκην -- 5.1 Arbitrariness -- 5.1.1 Distinctive Features of Human Vocalized Sound and Articulation -- 5.1.2 Consistency between De Interpretatione and De Anima in the Understanding of Vocalized Sounds -- 5.2 Convention and an Interpretation of De Interpretation 16a21-29 and 16a3-8 -- 5.3 Convention and Λόγοι -- Concluding Remarks -- Bibliography -- Name index
The volumes published in the series "Beiträge zur Altertumskunde" comprise monographs, collective volumes, editions, translations and commentaries on various topics from the fields of Greek and Latin Philology, Ancient History, Archeology, Ancient Philosophy as well as Classical Reception Studies. The series thus offers indispensable research tools for a wide range of disciplines related to Ancient Studies
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Noriega-Olmos, Simón Aristotle's Psychology of Signification : A Commentary on de Interpretatione 16a 3-18 Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc.,c2012 9783110287653
Subject Aristotle. -- De interpretatione.;Signification (Logic) in literature.;Psychology in literature.;Greek literature -- History and criticism
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Alt Author Erler, Michael
Gall, Dorothee
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