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Schaum's define of Spanish Grammar makes Spanish grammar basic with routines, quickly drills, and beneficial verb charts. The 5th version comprises huge insurance of Spanish utilization in Latin American countries.
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Mythographic or exegetical etymologia, on the other hand, belongs to what Sextus distinguished as historical and exegetical grammar. In the manner of the Neo-Pythagoreans and the Stoics, exegeti cal etymologia invokes an extrasystemic or some form of extraverbal 26 ETYMOLOGY AND GRAMMATICAL DISCOURSE authority (whether natural, moral or divine) to justify its interpretations and grammatical explanations. The authority of grammatical discourse pro duces the link between language and reality, both corporeal and incor poreal, by claiming to master the explanatory procedures by which lan guage gives up its secret, the world lying outside it.
Within certain limits, Plato and early Christian exegetes would have agreed that knowledge had been con stituted definitively at the beginning of human time and was progressively rediscovered through the insights of human beings. This is why Socrates is skeptical about Cratylus' mimetic language as purely imitative of reality. Cratylus' concept of a thoroughly iconic lan guage makes the intersection of the material word and its referent unequivocal. It requires no dialectical intervention. In this sense, Plato's argument against etymological explanation derives from an attempt to restrict the authority of those who take language as the ground of being.
Methodologically, then, they must go inside the par ticular verbal forms to get outside those material forms. The word is the point where the transcendent form and the verbal material intersect (a prin ciple which made the Platonic philosophy of language adaptable to a Chris tian framework, though mediated through Neoplatonism). Human dialecti cal inquiry must begin with the material word and identify its elements in order to perceive the transcendent world to which the words point. In a similar way, late antique and medieval theories of language, etymologia, and reading referred to the immanent meaning as the kernel or wheat enclosed by the material form, the husk or chaff.