epirrhema

epirrhema

(ˌɛpɪˈriːmə)
n, pl -mata (-mətə)
(Theatre) literary the address in Greek comedy
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(20.) Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, "Epirrhema" in Werke: Hamburger Ausgabe, edited by E.
In speaking of the non-difference of inward and outward, Nishida has in mind two lines from Epirrhema:
Yet two years later, in 414, at Athens, and in a dramatic context of hostility to the traditional gods, "Melian" also resonated from the recent expulsion of Diagoras the Melian for asebeia--an event which the chorus highlights in the epirrhema of its second parabasis (1072-74).(4) At Clouds 830 Aristophanes already had used simply