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Title: Belleza y elocuencia, o la rendición por los sentidos (Lucianus, Scyth. 11)
Author: Gómez i Cardó, Pilar
Jufresa, Montserrat
Mestre, Francesca
Keywords: Literatura grega
Crítica textual
Greek literature
Textual criticism
Aristides, Publi Eli, ca. 129-189
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Abstract: In Lucian Scythian (§11), all previous editors have corrected the word ¢p£xetai as it appears in the manuscripts to p£xetai. We aim to justify the restoration of the original text because, obviously, it is possible in terms of form, and, besides, it seems more appropriate to the context. The verb ¢p£gomai implies the notion of being moved from one place to another, while p£gomai expresses only the notion of simple attraction which does not involve actual movement. This notion of true surrendering through the senses seems to match the idea developed here by Lucian; loci paralleli in Lucian himself and other Attic authors help us to confirm this interpretation.
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It is part of: Emérita, 2000, vol. LXVIII, num. 2, p. 269-278
ISSN: 0013-6662
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