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  • Apophasis is a figure of reasoning in which one successively rejects a number of alternatives.

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  • [Sidenote: Apophasis.] _Expeditio_, expedicion, when many reasons rehearsed vp, wherby a thynge myghte be done or not, the other are taken away, and one left that we entende, thus: It muste needes bee that thys controuersie touching the sacrament must stand eyther vpon the much pressyng and rigour of the wordes; or vpon the meanynge and vnderstandynge of them.

    A Treatise of Schemes and Tropes

  • The work "The Great Declaration" (Apophasis megale) was also ascribed to Simon, and the "Pseudo-Clementines" also present his teaching in detail.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • Apophasis, or the Power of 'Not' (highcallingblogs. com)

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  • Justin that Simon came even to Rome (under Claudius) can hardly be refuted from the account of the Apologist himself, and therefore not at all (See Renan, "Antichrist").] [Footnote 336: We have it as such in the [Greek: MegalĂȘ Apophasis] which

    History of Dogma, Volume 1 (of 7)

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