From: Troy A. Griffitts (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 12 1998 - 02:21:11 EST
>> "In whom we ARE GIVEN LIFE, ARE MOVED, and ARE MADE TO EXIST"
>> "FOR whom WE LIVE, MOVE, and HAVE BEING."
>But the grammatical forms differ - the first and third verbs are
>the second one (move) is medio-passive, which might be interpreted
>as middle or as passive.
>The translations "are given life" and "are made to exist" are just
>wrong. For those of us who have been convinced by Carl's treatment of
>medio-passives, "live, move, and have being" may be an appropriate
>translation, but only because "move" is equivalent to the middle "move
>(with respect to ourselves)", which is difficult to translate directly
>English. I think that the verb KINEW (move) is used in the sense of
Jonathan and Michael,
I'm sorry. Just following the discussion and not looking at the
text, I commented pre-maturely. My error. I thought of a few ways to
salvage the integrety of my post, but they offered no insight save what
has been previously posted, or were feeble attempts. I will save
bandwidth now :)
Troy A. Griffitts
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