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1 I shall start this survey with invention of arguments as proposed in the so-called Rhetorica ad Alexandrum, even though this work is later than Aristotle’s Top. ; for it is the earliest ancestor of a tradition of popular rhetorical handbooks which maintain a great deal of continuity throughout antiquity2 and therefore continue to represent a point of reference for the tradition of Aristotelian methods of invention. g. Stump (1978), Ebbesen (1993); van Ophuijsen (1994) is aware of the problem, but concentrates on information about t opoi rather than on analysis of the various versions of topical doctrine.

Like ‘definition’, ‘genus’, or ‘species’. Now the first part of the Topica (§§9–24) consists of legal arguments which are instantiations of the argumentative patterns associated with the individual loci. In de Orat. Cicero illustrates each of them with an example from a well-known trial; in the Topica the examples are taken from Roman private law, that is, they represent arguments that are legal in subject-matter or are even taken from a legal source. e. pa and pagmata (p. 29. 7–11 Rabe); the division in Hermogenes and his commentators is discussed by Schouler (1990).

7. L. 5. n pooimia, Pi to &u sumbbZK otoB (¼ frr. 20, 25 Wehrli); §60: Pi to &u o‘ ou, Pi to &u i’ diou (¼ frr. ). A comment of Strato’s on a particular t opoB is reported by Alex. Aphr. in Top. 339. 30 ff. (¼ fr. ). That the Stoics took Strato to be the last Peripatetic who was interested in dialectic seems to emerge from Plut. De Sto. Rep. 24. 1045 f (fr. 19 W. ¼ SVF ii. 126). 21 It is now the communis opinio that both works depend for the treatment of inventio on one common source; conclusive arguments for this position have been provided by Adamietz (1960).

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