The History of ΤΕΛΟΣ and ΤΕΛΕΩ in Ancient Greek

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The aim of the present study is to determine the different meanings of telos and teleoo and of their compounds and derivatives, to trace the semantic interrelations, synchronically and diachronically, and thus, hopefully, to discover the most likely etymology (or: etymologies, if in historical telos etc. two or more originally distinct roots should have merged). The period from which the data have been collected runs roughly from Homer down to the end of the 5th century B.C.
[Not in series - Grüner, 147]  1983.  xxi, 350 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: B.R. Grüner Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Voorwoord
xi–xii
List of Abbreviations
xv–xxi
Introduction
1–2
Scholarship on Meanings and Etymology of τέλος and τελέω/τελείω
3–20
A Tentative Semantic Framework
21–30
Tέλος and τελέω in Homer and the Homeric Hymns
31–60
Τελέω, έκτελέω and τέλος in Hesiod
61–66
Τελέω, έκτελέω and τέλος in Lyric Poetry (I)
67–75
Τελέω, έκτελέω and τέλος in Lyric Poetry; II (Pindar and Bacchylides)
76–84
Τελέω, έκτελέω and τέλος in Tragedy
85–106
Τελέω, έκτελέω and τέλος in Old Comedy
107–110
Τελέω, έκτελέω and τέλος in Herodotus and Thucydides
111–120
Τελέω, έκτελέω and τέλος in Xenophon, Plato, and the Orators a selection
121–147
Compounds and Derivatives. I; Base τελέω
148–169
Compounds and Derivatives II; base τέλος
170–224
General Conclusion
225–240
Appendix: Τελευτή and τελευτάω
241–259
Notes
260–302
Bibliography
303–320
Indices
321–350
Subjects
BIC Subject: HP – Philosophy
BISAC Subject: PHI000000 – PHILOSOPHY / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  83229800