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Extra info for Plato's Parmenides
Here the basic notion is that people under the imagined conditions would have great disbelief in the power of the Spartans. What the pros construction adds is an indication of some relation that bears on the imagined disbelief: it is a disbelief in the power of the Spartans in comparison with their fame—that is, people who see architectural remains as significant will not be able to believe that the real power of the Spartans bears comparison with their reputation. " Let us now turn to Aristotle's Rhetoric 1367a32: For it belongs to a free man not to live with reference to (pros) another.
Let us start with: And if something still seems to you to be lacking, speak to (pros) me. " The reason this is so stilted is that legein (speak) is itself the relation whose obtaining pros (the relationality marker) indicates. The briefer "speak to me" conveys this less heavily than the stilted translation. In this case, since legete ("speak") occurs in the sentence, there is no need for any notions not explicitly named to be supplied. If pros were always used in this way, it would be no more than a syntactic aid in the use of relational predicates.
Now we need to develop an understanding of how the qualifications function, and in what way they apply to the arguments. How the Construction Functions As a first step in determining the force of the specifications in relation to itself and in relation to the others, I will analyze the way in which pros with the accusative (the relevant construction) functions in Greek. This will help us to realize what we should look for when we turn to the actual arguments that constitute Parmenides' demonstration.
Plato's Parmenides by Constance C. Meinwald