From: Kevin Cauley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 27 2002 - 21:59:22 EST
We have in this passage:
hA KAI LALOUMEN OUK EN DIDAKTOIS ANQRWPINHS SOFIAS LOGOIS ALL EN DIDAKTOIS
PNEUMATOS hAGIOU PNEUMATIKOIS PNEUMATIKA SUGKRINONTES YUCIKOS DE ANQPWPOS .
Does the adjective PNEUMATIKOIS refer back to the noun LOGOIS or to a
non-stated noun ANQPRWPOIS as possibly alluded to in the context? Or is
PNEUMATIKOIS functioning in some other way not mentioned? I am inclined to
think that it is referring to LOGOIS, but I would like to hear the evidence
for other opinions here.
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