10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDEIXIS»
Discover the use of endeixis
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to endeixis
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The Documents in the Attic Orators: Laws and Decrees in the ...
This verb clearly refers to the procedure of apagoge,271 and endeixis is not
mentioned in the document.272 However, in all our sources the procedure used
against atimoi that violate the conditions of their atimia invariably involves
Galen and the World of Knowledge
Here we need to return once again to formal logic, starting with the concept of
endeixis, or indication. ENDEIXIS Galen defines endeixis as 'as it were a
reflection (emphasis) of the consequence (akolouthia); what follows (to
akolouthon) can ...
Christopher Gill, Tim Whitmarsh, John Wilkins, 2009
The Forensic Stage: Settling Disputes in Graeco-Roman New Comedy
... imprisonment without bail was compulsory for an alleged kakourgos arrested
by apagoge; bail, however, may have been allowed for an alleged kakourgos
who had been denounced by endeixis before his arrest.36 Presumably, before
Fear of slaves, fear of enslavement in the ancient Mediterranean
Voir spécialement : Hansen, M. H. - Apagoge, Endeixis and Ephegesis against
kakourgoi, Atimoi and Pheugontes. A Study in the Athenian Administration of
Justice in the Fourth Centiry BC. Odense 1976 : 55 sq. 5 And. (1) Sur les
Anastasia Serghidou, 2007
The Athenian Ecclesia II: A Collection of Articles, 1983-1989
Another problem is raised by the endeixis when brought against an atimos who
exercised his citizen rights. Insofar as the citizen put on trial had only attended a
festival or served as a juror or the like, there is no reason to include the endeixis ...
Mogens Herman Hansen, 1989
Encountering God: Exploring Five Responses to the Divine ...
Demonstration (Greek: endeixis). Not only did the Cross redeem sinners by
propitiating God's wrath and expiating our sin, but Christ accomplished the
vindication of the justice of God (Romans 3:25b-26a). He made a public,
universal display ...
Philippians (Understanding the Bible Commentary Series)
It is found almost always in the passive and, apart from its use in reference to
shying horses, means “let oneself be intimidated.” This is a sign: lit., “which is a
proof” (Gk. hētis estin ... endeixis). For endeixis cf. Rom. 3:25, 26; 2 Cor. 8:24; but
The Law in Classical Athens
But by the fourth century the first step, as in other kinds of public case, was simply
to give a charge in writing to the appropriate magistrates, who for endeixis were
generally the thesmothetai ; and the most important distinguishing feature of ...
Douglas Maurice MacDowell, 1978
The public and private life of the ancient Greeks. Transl
This would have been inconsistent with the formalities of the regular procedure ;
a summary process was therefore established by law, and was executed under
the names Apagoge and Endeixis. This summary mode of trial assumed,
Oath and State in Ancient Greece
In the oath of the Council (see §3.3) was inserted an undertaking that I will not
accept any endeixis or apago'ge' on account of things that happened in the past,
except against those who have fled. This provision refers to a power, which the ...
Alan H. Sommerstein, Andrew James Bayliss, 2012