Villon foi incluido no elenchus
auctorum [elenco de autoridades] de diversos tratados retoricos da epoca, como, por exemplo, Le Quintil Horacien, de Barthelemy Aneau (GOYET, 1990).
Christofidou suggests that Descartes's method of doubt is internal dialogue--Socratic elenchus
practiced on oneself.
In the first stage Socrates seeks by means of extended interrogation, or elenchus
, to establish definitions; a second phase concerns the moment when he turns impasse into the impetus for the search for knowledge (89).
MP: As you intimate in your question, dialogue is an ancient form that defines the Western philosophical tradition that comes down to us especially through the Platonic dialogues, a kind of dramatization of the dialectics where Socrates in dialogue with another drives the opponent to an elenchus
9) This is evident, in any case, by the fact that his rebuttal of Anabaptist views on the sacraments and civil government in the 1536 edition of the Institutes corresponds to a large extent with Articles I and VI of the Schleitheim Confession, in the same way that Zwingli cited and rejected them in his own polemic, In Catabaptistarum Strophas Elenchus
(Against the Schemes of the Anabaptists) of 1527.
That approach to reform is as old as the Socratic elenchus
That to give some tolerable Elenchus
Capitum Legis Naturalis [list of the heads of the natural law], one single medium is hardly sufficient, but (e) must be evidenced by Consonancy (f) and Concurence of severall instances concentring in the same Common Sentiments or Notions;
5-7 (Rome: Gregorian University, 2002); and the Elenchus
bibliographieus, presented annually in nos.
Nicholas White argues that the purpose of a definitional elenchus
is to show that Socrates' interlocutors--really, people in general--are ignorant as to how to define virtue terms.
Zoophytorum sistens generum adumbrations generaliores et specierum cognitarum succinctas descriptiones cum selectis auctorum synonymis.
These two things--an admission of knowledge and willingness to answer questions--are, of course, crucial ingredients of a Socratic Elenchus
As he moves through the cityscape of the Bronx, Spady is practicing nothing short of that perennial conversational style known as philosophical engagement, a dialogical space where phronesis (or practical wisdom exercised within situational contexts) and elenchus
(or the critical emphasis upon conceptual and definitional clarity) are enacted.