partitio

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Continua Alberdi con la presentacion de la division o partitio, la que transcribimos tal y como aparecio en el periodico:
The parts of speech are: exordium, narratio, partitio, confirmatio, reprehensio si peroratio.
41) As a starting point, the classical rhetoricians developed a complex paradigm for arguments that still is applied in court rules (42) for trial and appellate briefs: Exordium (introduction or statement of the issues presented), Narratio (statement of the case), Partitio (summary of the argument), Confirmatio (argument), and Peroratio (conclusion).
Die tradisionele handelingsfases soos proloog, eksposisie, motoriese moment, verwikkeling, klimaks, peripeteia, afwikkeling en epiloog toon dus nie sonder rede nie 'n parallel met die teksdele waarmee retorici gewerk het, naamlik die exordium (inleiding), narratio (vertelling), propositio en partitio (stelling en indeling), argumentatio (argumentasie) en peroratio (slot).
La partitio, que anuncia muy generalmente las partes de lo que va a ser dicho.
Tracing the places along the ductus of an essay can be done in different ways: by its partitio, say, or from the very start to the very end, or within separate distinct parts with their own 'status' and 'skopos'.
En la partitio de la nocion del pecado, distingue Santo Tomas tres formas: "de ignorantia," "de infirmitate seu passione," "de malitia," siendo la tercera la peor de todas, pues si las dos primeras son el resultado de una falta de conocimiento o de una endeblez frente a la tentacion, la tercera es voluntaria ("ex parte voluntatis").
lt;<Geometria dicor, quodpermeatam crebro admensamque tellurem eiusque figuram, magnitudinem, locum, partes et stadia possim cum suis rationibus explicare, neque ulla sit in totius terrae diuersitate partitio, quam non memoris cursu descriptionis absoluam>>.
extrema intellegetis), in cui vengono esauriti e argomentati i punti elencati nella partitio del [section] 9: ostendam, iudices, p rimum.
Most of the terms are not exhausted metaphors (such as posy, theatre, or pathway), but drawn from logic, from rhetoric's inventio, or from the classical divisions of a speech (exordium, narratio, partitio, confirmatio, refutatio, and peroratio).
De ahi la imporancia por ejemplo dentro de la Dispositio, de la partitio, la esquematizacion de los argumentos fundamentales del discurso, que servian de guia al orador para no perder el hilo.