" doctrines are "fit for oral teaching only, and for the initiated." (29) By the Renaissance, acroamatica, or esoteric topics, had entered literate culture, but were still reserved for properly prepared students.
The assumption of the "acroamatic
" Meditations, however, is strongly defended by L.
Sustainable development projects: explicit and acroamatic
story telling as part of a new 'project ethnography'.
I argue that the essays make use of the aphoristic method, and even perhaps the acroamatic
method, precisely because of the interchangeable functions that 'aphoristic' precepts and thetical sententiae have when they compress, as well as open up and make problematic, a debatable topic for consideration.
He had no apparent belief in the acroamatic
virtue of his own class, and certainly none in its capacity to rule.