Ir a página principal de InterClassica

 

  Biblioteca Séneca
  Incunables
  Siglo XVI
  Siglo XVII
Investigación
  Tesis
Divulgación
  Mapas
Didáctica
De interés




Fundación Séneca



Universidad de Murcia
Myrtia
Número 17 (2002)


Leyenda
Artículo alojado en InterClassica = Artículo alojado en InterClassica
Números disponibles de
Myrtia
Artículo Páginas

El sufijo griego en -ώδης: origen, valores y fortuna literaria
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (1,50 MB)

Fuente Ruiz, Samuel de la

 In this paper I discuss the origin of the suffix -ώδης and its literary use from Homer to the 4th century B.C. With regard to the former, I propose that the suffix -ώδης is the phonetic result of the sequence *-o-h3ed-es- in compounds whose first element was thematic; we find this same phonetic result in compounds whose first element was athematic, because -o- probably spread to all adjectives in -ώδης in its function of connection vowel (cf. also suffix -όεις). I propose also that the Greek -s -/ -es - and the Latin  -s -/-os - are a suffix in different vocalic degrees: that is why some Indo-European languages only have words with a radical *od -. More speculative is the hypothesis which we suggest about the connection between adjetives in -ώδης and the ones in -ής: perhaps the adjetives in -ώδης were originally compounds in -ής (as εὐγενής) constituted over a lost proto-Greek sustantive *odōs ; this theory faces the position of the accent in -ώδης in historical Greek. As for the literary development of this suffix, I verify that the first Greek evidence -epic poetry- suggests to us that -ώδης perhaps operated originally as a second element of compounds. Later the suffix values were gaining ground until the Ionic prose: at that moment the scientific prose of medicine multiplied by hundred the use of these adjectives, most of them technicisms of new creation. Attic literature inherited from the Ionic one the massive use of suffix -ώδης, but its distribution in the different prose genres is unequal: scientific prose makes room for an enormous amount of these derivatives in -ώδης, whereas on the other hand oratory scarcely uses a few of them; in between, we have historiography and philosophy.

7-43

Proposta di una nuova lezione nel frammento eracliteo 23 DK e considerazioni attinenti ad essa
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (580,83 kB)

Senzasono, Luigi

On propose la correction τἆλλα au lieu de ταῦτα des mss. dans le fr . 23 DK d’Héraclite; l’argument qui amène à cette correction est double: on considère l’inintelligibilité, ou du moins l’obscurité de ce pronom dans le contexte et on  démontre que la dikē pour Héraclite est un principe cosmique, non seulement moral ou juridique: ce dernier argument justifie la correction, qui implique l’opposition de l’universel (le nom de la dikē ) au particulier (les autres choses ou les choses diverses).

45-56

La σκηνή en los fragmentos trágicos anteriores a la 'Orestía'
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (1,11 MB)

Librán Moreno, Miryam

The σκηνή-building in the fragments of tragic authors before the Oresteia (458 BC). This paper is concerned with the often­denied existence of the σκηνή-building before ca. 458 BC. as evidenced by the fragments of tragedies and satyr plays written before that date and by vascular paintings dealing with early dramas.

57-85

Usos de ἀνά en Heródoto y Tucídides
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (768,59 kB)

Martínez Valladares, María Angeles

It’s a exhaustive study about the preposition ἀνά in the work of Herodot and Thucydidis. The index of frecuency of ἀνά in the “Historiae” of Herodot is high, 66 phrases. He is a ionic writer. Thucydidis only uses ἀνά in 2 occasions. The attic historian employs the preposition κατά so that express the same circumstance as ἀνά. In the attic prose appears rarely ἀνά. We can see κατά with similar value. Herodot uses ἀνά with accusative case in order to indicate circumstance of “place”, “time” and “notion”. In the two phrases of Thucydidis the meaning of ἀνά is “local”.

87-101

Ideas religiosas de Eurípides a través de sus obras
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (952,41 kB)

Muñoz Llamosas, Virginia

In this article we consider the religious ideas that Euripides shows through his plays, paying special attention to their evolution and how the author reflects the ideological polemics of the fifth century Athens.

103-125

Cinco notas filológicas
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (872,50 kB)

Giangrande, Giusseppe

 Several difficult passages (Callimachus, Anacreontea, Parthenius, Bion and Ovid) are explained.

127-142

Notes on the Fragments of Callimachus
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (685,86 kB)

White, Heather

In this paper the author discusses and explains the text of several Callimachus’ Fragments.

143-158

Lignes directrices de la doctrine zoopsycholοgique de Plutarque
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (652,94 kB)

Becchi, Francesco

Die tierpsychologische Lehre Plutarchs, die sich im grossen und ganzen einheitlich präsentiert, kann man aufgrund seiner zoologischen Schriften rekonstruieren. Diese zeichnen sich fast alle durch antistoische und insbesondere antichrysippeische Polemik aus. Die tierpsychologische Doktrin gehtr von einer antiken Weisheitslehre aus und von Ergebnissen, die auf diesem Gebiet von philosophischen Spekulationen erzielt worden sind, welche von Pythagoras, über die Akademie und Aristoteles zum Peripatos und insbesondere zu Theophrast führen. Die Lehre Chrysipps gestand den Tieren nicht nur keine Vernunft zu, sondern auch keine Leidenschaft und wies jegliche rechtliche Verpflichtung von denselben zurück. Hingegen gesteht Plutarch den Tieren, die von der Natur angeleitet wurden, welche für sie alles bedeutet, nicht nur die Fähigkeit des Verständnisses und Prädesposition zur Tugend. Da die Tiere fest mit der Natur verbunden sind, haben sie äusserlichen Einflüssen unzugängliche Seelen, während im Menschen die Vernunft, die, falls sie nicht die richtige Erziehung genossen hat, autonom ist und daher leicht zum Spielball leererund falscher Meinungen wird, welche unnatürliche Lebens und Verhaltensweisen bestimmen, die der Tugend zuwiderlaufen. Für Plutarch ist das Tier ein zur selben biologischen Skala wie der Mensch gehörendes Wesen, mit einer Psyche, die erstaunliche Ähnlichkeiten mit der des Menschen hat, auch auf dem Gebiet des Lernens. Im Namen dieser natürlichen Zuweisung auf dem Niveau der Vernunft und der Leidenschaft schreibt Plutarch auch der Tierwelt die Pflicht zur Gerechtigkeit zu, welche das menschliche Zusammenleben reguliert und lehrt uns, Gebrauch vom Tier zu machen, ohne Ungerichtigkeiten zu begehen.

159-174

En torno al tratado 'Sobre lo sublime' de Dionisio Longino
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (364,05 kB)

López Eire, Antonio

Two writers share the same “logosphere” if they think, and consequently speak and write, about the same theme with similar or identical words or sentences. That can be proved to be the case of the great literary critics Dionysius of Halicarnassus and Dionysius Longinus, the author of the treatise On the Sublime .

175-190

Los aspectos lingüísticos de un diccionario latino
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (893,00 kB)

Magallón, Ana Isabel

This article is proposing a scientific reflection on some important linguistic aspects involved in the lexicographic process. As the mere comparative study of the linguistic system in the most consulted bilingual Latin dictionaries reveals, there are practical differences in the setting-up of lemmas adopted by each one. This has been the result of the total lack hitherto of a theory considering aspects of lemmatization and organization of acceptions (i.e. the formal layout of articles) in the field of Latin lexicography.

191-219

Función adjetiva (atributo, predicado nominal y predicativo) y su coordinación (II)
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (719,76 kB)

Sánchez Martínez, Jesús

Throughout this article on the adjective function, our main goal lays on the fact of the wide range and frequent morphological variability of the function. The starting point will always be the coordinative test through which two coordinated members make the same syntactic function. Therefore taking into account the above mentioned morphological variability, we are able to study in deep not only the attribute (or pure adjetive function), but also the noun predicate (both adjective and verbal functions), the acting predicative (both adjective and noun functions) and lastly the circumstance predicative (both adjective and adverbial functions). In this way, we are able to acknowledge that the adjective function is not only made by the regular first player of the function, that is the adjective, but also by the participle, the pronominal adjective, the genitive, the dative, the ablative, the prepositional group, the adjectival noun (and infinitive), the adjectival adverb and the adjective and adjectival clauses, as coordination among them stated in most cases.

221-253

La historia de Pantea en cuatro romances de Juan de la Cueva
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (1,41 MB)

Gallé Cejudo, Rafael J.

Panthea’s tale in four ballads of Juan de la Cueva. In this paper the author analyzes the celebrate Panthea and Abradates’ tale and the literary treatment in the passing from its original literary context –Xenophon’s Cyropaedia - into the new furnished by the paraphrase of Juan de la Cueva in four ballads of his first Coro febeo .

255-296

La influencia de la poesía macarrónica en la poesía latina humanista en España: la Callioperria de Juan de Vergara
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (649,17 kB)

Domínguez Leal, José Miguel

This article offers a description of the influence of the macaronic works of Teofilo Folengo (1491-1544) in the latin epic poetry in Spain.

297-312

Un problema textual calimaqueo
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (221,67 kB)

Giangrande, Giuseppe

315-316

Sobre el texto y la lengua de Alejadro Etolo
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (335,04 kB)

Giangrande, Giuseppe

317-322

Notes on the Papyri of Apollonius Rhodius
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (290,54 kB)

White, Heather

323-326

Notes on Greek Lexicography
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (435,54 kB)

White, Heather

327-330

Nota al episodio virgiliano de 'Aen.' II 567-588
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (150,14 kB)

Estefanía Álvarez, Dulce

331-334

Sobre el cunnilingus en la Antigüedad clásica según F.-K. Forberg: Anticipo de una edición española del 'Manual de erotología clásica' ('De figuris Veneris')
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (1,63 MB)

Martos Montiel, Juan Francisco
Salcedo Parrondo, Mº Cruz

This paper offers an edition, with translation and commentaries, of the fifth chapter of F.-K. Forberg's Manual of Classical Erotology , preceeded by a brief presentation of the author and the work and by a reflection on the translation problems that the Latin term cunnilingus may arise.

337-392

Reseñas
Artículo alojado en InterClassica (1,25 MB)

395-441

Volver a página anterior
Inicio | Agradecimientos | Sobre InterClassica | Servicio de notificaciones | Contacto | RSS RSS | Twitter Twitter
Copyright © 2006 - 2014 InterClassica - Universidad de Murcia
InterClassica utiliza eZ publish™ como gestor de contenidos.
Resolución óptima: 1024x768