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- adjective Same as
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To the class of acroatic writings belong all the extant works and also the lost treatises, anatomai
It is customary to distinguish, on the authority of Gellius, two classes of Aristotelean writings: the exoteric, which were intended for the general Public, and the acroatic, which were intended merely for the limited circle of those who were well versed in the phraseology and modes of thought of the School.