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Headword: *para/deigma
Adler number: pi,322
Translated headword: model, paradigm, pattern
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
[Meaning an] archetype, or a characteristic having a notion of a sensible matter. Note that a model [is] one thing, a parable [parabolh/] another.[1] For there is a model whenever someone compares what is similar to what is similar, such as what is rational to what is rational. By contrast [there is] a parable whenever [someone compares] what is dissimilar to what is dissimilar, such as what is rational to what is irrational or vice versa.
Alternatively[2] a model is a rational account [deriving] from the particulars and [going] to the universals.[3] Or a trusted proof that partially goes through a similar part.
Greek Original:
*para/deigma: ei)kw/n, h)\ xarakth\r e)/nnoian e)/xwn ai)sqhtou= pra/gmatos. i)ste/on de/, o(/ti a)/llo para/deigma kai\ a)/llo parabolh/. para/deigma me\n ga/r e)stin, o(/tan a)ntiparaqh=| tis o(/moion o(moi/w|, oi(=on logikw=| logiko/n: parabolh\ de/, o(/tan a)no/moion a)nomoi/w|, oi(=on a)lo/gw| logiko\n h)\ e)/mpalin. h)\ para/deigma/ e)sti lo/gos a)po\ tw=n kaqe/kasta e)pi\ ta\ kaqo/lou. h)\ dei=cis pistoume/nh to\ meriko\n dia\ merikou= o(moi/ou.
Notes:
See also pi 323.
[1] For parabolh/ cf. pi 293, pi 294, pi 295.
[2] For what follows cf. George the Monk, Chronicon 150.23-151.2.
[3] See Aristotle, Posterior Analytics 71a9-10. "Model" or "example" (para/deigma) is the name given to inductive arguments in rhetorical contexts; cf. Aristotle, Rhetoric 1356b2-24 and 1357a13-16.
Keywords: Christianity; definition; historiography; philosophy; religion
Translated by: Marcelo Boeri on 27 November 2003@15:04:35.
Vetted by:
Catharine Roth (modified translation) on 28 November 2003@00:37:37.
David Whitehead (modified aspects of translation; added notes; cosmetics) on 28 November 2003@03:24:46.
Marcelo Boeri (Added note.) on 4 December 2003@11:00:19.
David Whitehead (added note; cosmetics) on 5 December 2003@03:03:55.
David Whitehead (more keywords; tweaking) on 15 August 2013@06:00:01.
Catharine Roth (coding) on 9 November 2014@01:31:15.

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