Pseudo-Plato on Names

Phronesis 62 (3):255-273 (2017)
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The pseudo-Platonic Definitions seems to ascribe to ὄνοµα, ‘name’, the function of signifying two kinds of predicate. This is problematic, and I propose an emendation of the text, arguing that a definition of ῥῆµα, ‘verb’, has fallen out.

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Francesco Ademollo
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