Il lessico critico della mimesi

Stefano Caciagli

Abstract


Unlike the ancient scholarship about Homer, the scholia in Aristophanes seem to be foreign to the Platonic and Aristotelean discussion about the mimesis: however, these scholia reveal the use of a lexicon that is about this discussion. This fact is perhaps a consequence of the peripatetic origin of Alexandrian scholarship.


Keywords


Platonic mimesis; Aristotelean mimesis; scholia in Aristophanes

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14601/prometheus-23539



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