TRANSLATIONS & REVIEWS

Aristotle
Chrysippus

'They [the Stoic dogmatists] say that it is not uttered speech (logos proforikos) but internal speech (logos endiathetos) by which man differs from non-rational animals . . . '  (Sextus Empiricus)

"This monumental and ground-breaking distinction, between 'uttered speech' and 'internal speech,' marks the advent of a way of speaking and thinking that will become 'second nature' for philosophy and much else in the West." (LTASH)

Hegel