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Headword: *para/deigma
Adler number: pi,323
Translated headword: model, example, paradigm
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
A model [is] something other than an induction. For induction is a method [that proceeds] from particulars to what is universal. But a model produces what is similar, and it is more knowable than what is similar and it is less [knowable] than the knowable. This is why induction does not arise through one thing. But a model is also content to be through one thing. And while induction is more appropriate for the dialectician, a model [is more appropriate] for an orator.[1] However, the dialectician too has made use of models for the sake of the clearness of what is being said, if it were not well-known; since inquiry [is done] through likeness. For to ask like this: "is it the knowledge itself of the contraries such as perception?" is paradigmatic. There are differences between paradigm and parable, since the paradigm seems to provide something already produced to show something that had not been produced yet and, for this reason, is unclear. By contrast, a parable is an image indicating a similarity related to something that has been produced. [2]
Note that[3] models are not admitted in everything and [that they do not] fit well into what is proposed. For [in that case] they would not be examples but identity. However, we must put away what is advantageous and [direct] towards what all the rest has been employed when choosing it. The Patriarch, for example, says about the Savior, "reclining [...] like a lion";[4] we do not attach everything to Christ, but when receiving what is unconquerable, fearful, and kingly, even though there is something else, we ignore [literally: ride past] what is beastliness. And when [he] says "I shall meet them like a she-bear bereft [sc. of her cubs]",[5] we only shall accept what is revengeful and not some other thing of what is attached to a bear.
Greek Original:
*para/deigma: to\ para/deigma th=s e)pagwgh=s a)/llo. h( me\n ga\r e)pagwgh\ e)k tw=n kaqe/kasta/ e)stin e)pi\ to\ kaqo/lou o(do/s. para/deigma de\ gi/netai to\ o(/moion kai\ gnwrimw/teron tou= o(moi/ou kai\ h(=tton gnwri/mou. dio\ e)pagwgh\ me\n di' e(no\s ou) gi/netai: to\ de\ para/deigma a)rkei= kai\ di' e(no\s ei)=nai. kai\ e)/stin h( me\n e)pagwgh\ tw=| dialektikw=| oi)keiote/ra, to\ de\ para/deigma tw=| r(h/tori. ke/xrhtai me/ntoi kai\ o( dialektiko\s paradei/gmasin u(pe\r safhnei/as tou= legome/nou, ei) mh\ ei)/h gnw/rimon: w(s to\ dia\ th=s o(moio/thtos punqa/nesqai. paradeigmatiko\n ga\r to\ ou(/tws e)rwth=sai, a)=ra/ ge tw=n e)nanti/wn h( au)th\ e)pisth/mh w(/sper kai\ h( ai)/sqhsis; paradei/gmatos de\ kai\ parabolh=s diafora/, o(/ti to\ me\n para/deigma dokei= gegono/s ti ei)s dei=ci/n tinos parati/qesqai mhde/pw gegono/tos kai\ dia\ tou=to a)dh/lou, h( de\ parabolh\ ei)kw/n e)stin, o(moio/thta pro/s ti gegono\s shmai/nousa. i)ste/on o(/ti ta\ paradei/gmata ou) kata\ pa/nta lamba/netai kai\ toi=s prokeime/nois a(rmo/zetai: e)pei\ ou)k a)\n ei)/h u(podei/gmata a)lla\ tauto/ths: a)lla\ xrh\ to\ xrh/simon h(ma=s kai\ ei)s o(\ parei/lhptai e)klecame/nous to\ loipo\n a(/pan xai/rein e)a=n: oi(=on o( *patria/rxhs le/gei peri\ tou= swth=ros, a)napesw\n w(s le/wn, ou) pa/nta prosarmo/zomen tw=| *xristw=|, a)lla\ to\ a)/maxon kai\ fobero\n kai\ basiliko\n e)klamba/nontes, to\ de\ qhriw=des kai\ ei)/ ti a)/llo pro/sesti parippeu/omen. kai\ o(/tan le/gh|, a)panth/somai au)toi=s w(s a)/rktos a)poroume/nh, to\ timwrhtiko\n mo/non e)klhyo/meqa, a)ll' ou)k a)/llo ti tw=n th=| a)/rktw| proso/ntwn.
Notes:
For the headword see also pi 322.
[1] 'Model' or 'example' is the name given to inductive arguments in rhetorical contexts (see Aristotle, Rhetoric 1356b224, 1357a13-16, 1393a23-27).
[2] (See pi 322.) Alexander of Aphrodisias, Commentaries on Aristotle's Topica 532.23-533.11.
[3] The source now becomes Isidore of Pelusium, Letters 3.267.
[4] Genesis 49:9 LXX. (Reference missed by Adler.)
[5] Hosea 13:8 LXX.
Keywords: definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; imagery; philosophy; religion; zoology
Translated by: Marcelo Boeri on 1 January 2004@11:46:43.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (augmented notes and keywords; cosmetics) on 7 January 2004@04:41:01.
David Whitehead (tweaked tr) on 5 March 2010@03:17:13.
David Whitehead (tweaks and cosmetics) on 15 August 2013@06:14:10.
David Whitehead (codings) on 21 May 2016@10:44:59.

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