Definition of Tropology. Meaning of Tropology. Synonyms of Tropology

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Definition of Tropology

Tropology
Tropology Tro*pol"o*gy, n. [Gr. ?; ? a trope + ? discourse: cf. F. tropologie.] A rhetorical mode of speech, including tropes, or changes from the original import of the word. --Sir T. Browne.

Meaning of Tropology from wikipedia

- conception of the Church Fathers, the definitions of "allegory" and "tropology" were very close, until Middle Ages where the Church made a clearer distinction...
- Pantherfell".- "Georgica", London, 1936 (in German) Zviad Gamsakhurdia. "Tropology of The Knight in the Panther's Skin" (a monograph), Tbilisi, 1991, 352...
- Typology. ISBN 0271028459. Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). “Scriptural Tropology”. Catholic Encyclopaedia. Robert Appleton Company. Encyclopædia Britannica...
- of History: The Dynamics of Historiographical Topology". History and Tropology. Amsterdam: Noord-Hollandsche. Barthes, R (1989). The Rustle of Language...
- typified by the trolley problem. trophology The study of food combining. tropology† The use of figurative language in speech or writing. The interpretation...
- four-fold method of scriptural interpretation, i.e., historia, allegory, tropology, and anagogy. The first three volumes have been translated into English...
- do not follow this strict order but coexist. Ankersmit F., History and Tropology. The Rise and Fall of Metaphor. Berkeley : University of California Press...
- expression forms, Riti, Marga or the ways or styles of writing, Alankara or tropology, and Rasa, Bhava or aesthetic moods and feelings. The Chandas are revered...
- Tbilisi, No 5, 1984 (in Georgian), link to Georgian archive version, p.149 Tropology (Image Language) of "The Man in the Panther's Skin", monograph). Metsniereba...
- Statius embodies three elements of conversion important for the Comedy's tropology of exile. First, his conversion to Christianity symbolizes exodus as humanity...