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[2] For my own part, I prefer with a view to making my purpose easier of apprehension to regard both as παραδείγματα and to call them examples. Nor am I afraid of being thought to disagree with Cicero, although he does separate comparison from example.1 For he divides all arguments into two classes, induction and ratiocination, just as most Greeks2 divide it into παραδείγματα and ἐπιχειρήματα, explaining παράδειγμα as a rhetorical induction.

1 de Inv. I. xxx. 49.

2 cp. Ar. ah. I. ii. 18.

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