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Acknowledgements – 1. Introduction
2. Ancient Grammar: The Study of Syntax / The Logical Origin of the Parts of Speech
3. Truth, Meaning and Existence: Noun (onoma), Verb (rhêma) and Statement (logos) / The Sophist / Commentary on the Sophist
4. Aristotle: Onoma (‘Subject’) and Rhêma (‘Predicate’) in the Poetics and the Peri hermeneias / Peri hermeneias: Expressing Reality through Speech / Onomazein (‘Naming’) and Legein (‘Statement-making’) [The Ambiguity of ­Onoma (‘Noun’/‘Subject’) and Rhêma (‘Verb’/‘Predicate’); The Ambiguity of Logos (‘Statement’/‘Speech’)] / Concluding Remarks –
5. The Stoics: The Unity of Stoic Philosophy / Chrysippus, the Founder of Stoic Logic / Sources / Evaluation / Stoic Logic [Rational Impressions; The Components of Expression (Sêmainonta) and Meaning (Sêmainomena); Parts of Speech; The Component of Meaning (Sêmainonta)] / Stoic Physics [Corporeals in Stoic Physics; Action and Undergoing Action in Stoic Physics] / Action in Stoic Ethics / Concluding Remarks –
6. Apollonius Dyscolus: Rationalistic versus Empirical Approaches / The Abolition of the Stoic Components of Expression (Sêmainonta) and Meaning (Sêmainomena) [Lekton (‘Sayable’) versus Noêton (‘Thought’/‘Meaning’); The Principal Parts of Speech; The Order of the Parts of Speech] / Principles of Syntax [Congruity (Katallêlotês); The Two Sentence Type; Diathesis (‘Verbal Voice’); Apollonius Dyscolus on Diathesis (‘Disposition’); Self-sufficiency (Autoteleia); The Construction of the Verb with Oblique Cases ] / Conclusion –
7. General Conclusions – Bibliography – Index nominum
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