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  • A note on the eclecticism of Hippocrates

    The article examines some suggested influences on Hippocrates in the work of Alcmeon and Diogenes, assesses their importance and concludes that Hippocrates attempted to reconciled what he found useful in their theories with mainly empirical approach to anatomy and medicine.

    Casarse en latín. Determinación de la diátesis léxica matrimonial

    This paper tries to establish the relations between two intertwined aspects of the complex world of Roman marriage: the social aspect and the linguistic hone. The Roman marriage appears to be based on an interplay of relations between the bride' s father, the bride and the bridegroom, all of them depending on one economical element: the dowry. The different verbal lexemes used in Latin show the different types of marriage and the point of view they are looked upon from.

    El problema de los dialectos dóricos y noroccidentales

    In this paper the authors point out that the Doric dialects as well as the Northwest ones arose as such dialects at a relatively late date. According to the authors, every linguistic feature that could be considered an innovation of the above mentioned dialectal groups is either chronologically recent or is shared by other dialectal groups as well. Taking into account this evidence, they believe that in the second millennium B. C. there would not be a great difference between Proto-Doric or P...

    Linguistic typology and the reconstruction of the Indo-European accusative plural

    In light of the fact that the traditional reconstruction of the Indo-European non-thematic accusative plural suffix *-ns, as the combination of the accusative desinence *-m and the plural ending *-s, violates a linguistic universal which stipulates: «If morphemes of both number and case are present and both follow or both precede the noun base, then the exponent of number almost always comes between the noun base and the exponent of case» (The Universals Archive of the Association for Linguis...
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