From: Rick Strelan (rick.strelan@mailbox.uq.edu.au)
Date: Tue Oct 06 1998 - 03:47:29 EDT

The phrase EIS TOUTO can refer to a previous thought as well as one
anticipated [and often introduced by hOTI or hINA]. It can be separated
from the anticipated clause by any number of words. In this latter case,
the anticipated clause stands in some sort of apposition to EIS TOUTO.



Rick Strelan
Studies in Religion
University of Queensland

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