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Between grammar and rhetoric : Dionysius of Halicarnassus on language, linguistics and literature, by Casper C. de Jonge, (electronic resource)

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Between grammar and rhetoric : Dionysius of Halicarnassus on language, linguistics and literature
Title
Between grammar and rhetoric
Title remainder
Dionysius of Halicarnassus on language, linguistics and literature
Statement of responsibility
by Casper C. de Jonge
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eng
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1977-
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Jonge, Casper Constantijn de
Dewey number
882/.01
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Mnemosyne : supplements
Series volume
301
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Dionysius
  • Rhetoric, Ancient
  • Greek language
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Between grammar and rhetoric : Dionysius of Halicarnassus on language, linguistics and literature, by Casper C. de Jonge, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 401-421) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface and Acknowledgements -- Conventions and Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 -- Introduction -- 1.1. Dionysius on language, linguistics and literature: aims and methods -- 1.2. Classicism and Atticism -- 1.3. Dionysius' rhetorical works: their relative order and intended audience -- 1.4. Dionysius and the network of intellectuals in Augustan Rome -- 1.5. Rhetoric, philosophy, philology, grammar, musical and poetical theory -- 1.6. Dionysius' On Composition as a synthesis of ancient language disciplines -- Chapter 2 -- Dionysius on the nature of language -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. The hierarchical structure of language -- 2.3. Language, thought and reality -- 2.4. Greek and Latin -- 2.5. Philosophy of language in Dionysius' On Composition? -- 2.5.1. The alleged inconsistency in Dionysius' views on names and things -- 2.5.2. Objections to modern interpretations -- 2.5.3. Dionysius on mimetic words (Comp. 16) -- 2.5.4. Dionysius on mixing mean and beautiful rhythms (Comp. 18) -- 2.5.5. Dionysius on the pleasing combination of common words (Comp. 3) -- 2.5.6. No inconsistency in Dionysius' views on language -- 2.6. Conclusion -- Chapter 3 -- Dionysius on the grammatical theory of the parts of speech -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Logos, lexis, and their parts in the various language disciplines -- 3.3. Dionysius' knowledge of earlier and contemporary theories -- 3.3.1. Dionysius' knowledge of earlier views on the parts of speech -- 3.3.2. Dionysius' knowledge of contemporary views on the parts of speech -- 3.3.3. Dionysius on the grammatical school curriculum -- 3.4. The double character of Dionysius' 956;959;961;953;945; 955;959;947;959;965; -- 3.5. Words, word classes and parts of the phrase: Dionysius' terminology -- 3.6. The word classes according to Dionysius -- 3.6.1. 959;969;959;956;945; and 960;961;959;963;951;947;959;961;953;954;959;957; (and 949;960;953;966;949;964;959;957;) -- 3.6.2. 961;951;956;945; and 956;949;964;959;967;951; -- 3.6.3.945;961;966;961;959;957; and 945;957;964;959;957;959;956;945;963;953;945; -- 3.6.4. 960;961;959;966;949;963;953;962; and 963;965;957;948;949;963;956;959;962; -- 3.6.5. 949;960;953;961;961;951;956;945; -- 3.6.6. Does Dionysius use a system of nine word classes? -- 3.7. The accidentia of the parts of speech: 963;957;956;946;949;946;951;954;959;964;945; versus 960;945;961;949;960;959;951;949;957;945; -- 3.8. Dionysius on the accidentia of nouns and verbs -- 3.9. Conclusion -- Chapter 4 -- Linguistics, composition, and style: Dionysius' use of the parts of speech -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Dionysius as a historian of linguistics -- 4.2.1. Dionysius' history of the theory of the parts of speech -- 4.2.2. Dionysius' approach to the history of linguistics -- 4.2.3. Quintilian's history of the theory of the parts of speech -- 4.2.4. Dionysius, Quintilian and modern historians of linguistics -- 4.3. Dionysius as a rhetorician: the parts of speech in the theory of composition -- 4.3.1. The parts of speech as building blocks: text as architecture -- 4.3.2. The parts of speech in the description of composition types -- 4.4. Dionysius as a literary critic: the parts of speech and the analysis of style -- 4.4.1. Dionysius on the style of Thucydides -- 4.4.2. Dionysius' gra
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9781282601468
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Between grammar and rhetoric : Dionysius of Halicarnassus on language, linguistics and literature, by Casper C. de Jonge, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 401-421) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface and Acknowledgements -- Conventions and Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 -- Introduction -- 1.1. Dionysius on language, linguistics and literature: aims and methods -- 1.2. Classicism and Atticism -- 1.3. Dionysius' rhetorical works: their relative order and intended audience -- 1.4. Dionysius and the network of intellectuals in Augustan Rome -- 1.5. Rhetoric, philosophy, philology, grammar, musical and poetical theory -- 1.6. Dionysius' On Composition as a synthesis of ancient language disciplines -- Chapter 2 -- Dionysius on the nature of language -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. The hierarchical structure of language -- 2.3. Language, thought and reality -- 2.4. Greek and Latin -- 2.5. Philosophy of language in Dionysius' On Composition? -- 2.5.1. The alleged inconsistency in Dionysius' views on names and things -- 2.5.2. Objections to modern interpretations -- 2.5.3. Dionysius on mimetic words (Comp. 16) -- 2.5.4. Dionysius on mixing mean and beautiful rhythms (Comp. 18) -- 2.5.5. Dionysius on the pleasing combination of common words (Comp. 3) -- 2.5.6. No inconsistency in Dionysius' views on language -- 2.6. Conclusion -- Chapter 3 -- Dionysius on the grammatical theory of the parts of speech -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Logos, lexis, and their parts in the various language disciplines -- 3.3. Dionysius' knowledge of earlier and contemporary theories -- 3.3.1. Dionysius' knowledge of earlier views on the parts of speech -- 3.3.2. Dionysius' knowledge of contemporary views on the parts of speech -- 3.3.3. Dionysius on the grammatical school curriculum -- 3.4. The double character of Dionysius' 956;959;961;953;945; 955;959;947;959;965; -- 3.5. Words, word classes and parts of the phrase: Dionysius' terminology -- 3.6. The word classes according to Dionysius -- 3.6.1. 959;969;959;956;945; and 960;961;959;963;951;947;959;961;953;954;959;957; (and 949;960;953;966;949;964;959;957;) -- 3.6.2. 961;951;956;945; and 956;949;964;959;967;951; -- 3.6.3.945;961;966;961;959;957; and 945;957;964;959;957;959;956;945;963;953;945; -- 3.6.4. 960;961;959;966;949;963;953;962; and 963;965;957;948;949;963;956;959;962; -- 3.6.5. 949;960;953;961;961;951;956;945; -- 3.6.6. Does Dionysius use a system of nine word classes? -- 3.7. The accidentia of the parts of speech: 963;957;956;946;949;946;951;954;959;964;945; versus 960;945;961;949;960;959;951;949;957;945; -- 3.8. Dionysius on the accidentia of nouns and verbs -- 3.9. Conclusion -- Chapter 4 -- Linguistics, composition, and style: Dionysius' use of the parts of speech -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Dionysius as a historian of linguistics -- 4.2.1. Dionysius' history of the theory of the parts of speech -- 4.2.2. Dionysius' approach to the history of linguistics -- 4.2.3. Quintilian's history of the theory of the parts of speech -- 4.2.4. Dionysius, Quintilian and modern historians of linguistics -- 4.3. Dionysius as a rhetorician: the parts of speech in the theory of composition -- 4.3.1. The parts of speech as building blocks: text as architecture -- 4.3.2. The parts of speech in the description of composition types -- 4.4. Dionysius as a literary critic: the parts of speech and the analysis of style -- 4.4.1. Dionysius on the style of Thucydides -- 4.4.2. Dionysius' gra
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ocn593315693
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1 online resource (xiii, 456 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781282601468
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Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other control number
10.1163/ej.9789004166776.i-456
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