Future Aorist Rev 21:3

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Re: Future Aorist Rev 21:3

Postby RandallButh » March 13th, 2014, 3:16 am

τί εἶπες;
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Re: Future Aorist Rev 21:3

Postby Stephen Hughes » March 13th, 2014, 8:12 am

RandallButh wrote:τί εἶπες;
I'll have to think about it - imagine what was said - and then reconstruct it into a suitable text-type; reported speech, a journalistic type text, an interview if you want to be interactive, et al.

What I said only exists in the memory / imagination of myself and others and I am no longer in that act of saying. There is no longer any sensory input (hearing and in post literate terms "hearing" with the eyes "reading") into this, the event that is described is all in the mind / intellect.
Sociolinguistic grammar question:
Why do people who say, "We have an attitude problem." talk about themselves in the plural?
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Re: Let's call it an a priori assumption to make things more

Postby Shirley Rollinson » March 14th, 2014, 12:00 am

Stephen Hughes wrote:Rather than discuss the temporalisation of our perception of reality on a forum devoted to Greek, it might be slicing the Gorgon's knot . . . . .

The Gorgons were the ladies with snaky hair :-)
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Re: Future Aorist Rev 21:3

Postby Stirling Bartholomew » March 15th, 2014, 12:12 am

Interesting thread. I have been working against the clock, the book by Juan Hernandez is due back at Multnomah University.
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