From: Wieland Willker (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Mar 03 2002 - 09:25:33 EST
> (3) The dangling sentence in 4:19?
> In 4.18b, we have hOUTOI EISIN hOI TON LOGON AKOUSANTES, and expect
> a relative clause which further defines hOI TON LOGON AKOUSANTES, as in
> other cases.
> But instead we have an independent sentence in 4:19 followed by KAI. Becaue
> hOI TON LOGON AKOUSANTES is incomplete as a reference to an entity,
> 4.18b cannot be a meaningful sentence in itelf. If we can interpret KAI
> introducing 4:19 as SUCH THAT or WHERE, then we can solve the problem.
You might like to know that there are two variant readings known here:
KAI ALLOI EISIN OI EIS TAS AKANQAS SPEIROMENOI, OUTOI EISIN OI TON LOGON AKOUSANTES ...
KAI OUTOI EISIN OI EIS TAS AKANQAS SPEIROMENOI,
OI TON LOGON AKOUSANTES ...
KAI OI EIS TAS AKANQAS SPEIROMENOI,
OUTOI EISIN OI TON LOGON AKOUSANTES ...
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
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