From: Clayton Bartholomew (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 01 1997 - 07:53:35 EDT
A qualification to my previous post is in order.
To vindicate Wallace somewhat I can see how one might read
TOUS PATERAS as the subject of the infinitive TOU POIEIN, even
though it is also the object of a finite verb. However, I still don't
think this passage qualifies as an *unambiguous example* of
anything. I think this is a deliciously ambiguous example which is
why I brought it up on the list.
Three Tree Point
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