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ἀπα^γωγή , ,
A.leading away, of troops, X.An.7.6.5; dragging away, rape,γυναικῶνLuc.Phal.1.3 (pl.).
b. leading into captivity, LXX Is.10.4, al.
c. separation, withdrawal, σώματος (from the soul), Plot.4.4.19.
II. payment, κατεστρέψατο ἐς φόρου . subjected them to payment of tribute, Hdt.1.6.27, 2.182.
III. as Att. lawterm,
1. a summary process by which a person caught in the act (ἐπ᾽ αὐτοφώρῳ) might be arrested by any citizen and brought before the magistrates, Antipho 5.9, And.1.88, Lys. 13.85f, D.24.113; “ἀπαγωγῆς ἄξιαHyp.Eux.16.
2. written complaint handed in to the magistrates, ἀπάγειν τὴν . lay such accusation, Lys.13.86; παραδέχεσθαι ., of the Eleven, admit it, ibid.
IV. in Logic, shifting of the basis of argument: hence of argument based on a probable or agreed assumption, Arist.APr.69a20, cf. SE65.35; reduction, εἰς τὸ ἀδύνατον .reductio per impossibile, APr. 29b6; “ . μετάβασίς ἐστιν ἀπ᾽ ἄλλου προβλήματος θεωρήματος ἐπ᾽ ἄλλο, οὗ γνωσθέντος πορισθέντος καὶ τὸ προκείμενον ἔσται καταφανέςProcl. in Euc.p.212F.; τῶν ἀπορουμένων διαγραμμάτων τὴν . ποιήσασθαι ib. p.213F.
b. reduction of a disputant (cf. ἀπάγω v. 1c), “ ἐπὶ τὸ ἄδηλον .S.E.P.2.234.
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