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  1. Theagenes of Rhegium and the Rise of Allegorical Interpretation.Mikolaj Domaradzki - 2011 - Elenchos 32 (2):205-227.
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    Theological Etymologizing in the Early Stoa.Mikolaj Domaradzki - 2012 - Kernos 25:125-148.
    The present article aims to show that etymologizing was an integral part of Stoic theology. The Stoics’ pantheistic and hylozoistic view of the cosmos made it natural for these thinkers to use etymology for the purpose of discovering the diverse manifestations of God in the universe. Accordingly, the main thesis of the paper posits that, within Stoicism, etymology was not so much the study of the history of words, but rather that of how God develops and reveals Himself in the (...)
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    The Beginnings of Greek Allegoresis.Mikolaj Domaradzki - 2017 - Classical World: A Quarterly Journal on Antiquity 110 (3):299-321.
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    Primary Substances and Their Homonyms in Aristotle’s Teleology.Mikolaj Domaradzki - 2018 - Diametros (58):2-17.
    The purpose of this article is to reconstruct Aristotle’s distinction between primary substances and their homonyms. It is shown that the Stagirite regards both body parts and artefacts as mere homonyms of primary substances when they are no longer capable of performing their function (ergon) and actualizing their end (telos). In the course of the present discussion, Aristotle’s approach is confronted with his famous doctrine of the four causes, whilst an analysis of the examples given by the Stagirite serves the (...)
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