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See also Modrak, "Koine
Aisthesis," 412-14, who takes incidental perception to be indirect, and Irwin, AFP, who takes incidental perception to involve inference (316-25); see Iakovos Vasiliou, "Perception, Knowledge, and the Skeptic in Aristotle," Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 14 (1996): 88-99 (hereafter, "Perception") for a discussion of these positions.
The title was derived from the Koine
Greek "Ta Biblia" (the books) and was translated into Latin "Biblia" It contained the Old and New Testaments.
a Latin American Spanish koine
) within the framework of Transatlantic flows.
In fact, the Vatican II agenda was the restoration of the original seventh-century Roman rite, the Benedictine argued, "because the simpler the rites and symbols are, the easier they will be understood; and the more people understand, the more fully they can participate." He explained the adoption of the vernacular follows this spirit, arguing that the Church officially allowed in the fourth century the use of the vernacular Latin "to replace the elitist and foreign Greek koine
Among their topics are Lewis Mumford and the quest for a Jewish architecture, architectural histories and national ideologies among the South Slavs, post-colonial nation-building and symbolic structures in South Africa, from nationalist to critical regionalist architecture, and architectural koine
and trans-national Spanish architecture.
Written in Koine
Greek, its title is derived from the first word of the text, apokalypsis, meaning "unveiling" or "revelation".
In the following two centuries, the rapid expansion of certain centres of power with new political structures, such as courts and chanceries, led to the formation of a pan-Lombard, supra-regional language or what has been called a "koine
letteraria" or "semi-letteraria" (Vitale 1953, 36).