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ANTIPHON THE SOPHIST Antiphon the Sophist, believed to be of Athens, and to
have lived in the latter half of the fifth century B.C. Confusion has arisen over his
identity: was he a different person from Antiphon the orator and Antiphon the ...
10. (From “Truth'): Hence he (God) needs nothing and receives no addition from
anywhere, but is infinite and lacking nothing. II. When therefore in the air there
occurs a clash of contrary winds and showers. 12. (“Truth' ascribed to Antiphon
(Cicero: Antiphon' s explanations of many trivial dreams are artificial, not natural).
80. (ib.: Examples of Antiphon' s interpretations of dreams: an Olympic competitor
dreams that he is driving a four-horse chariot; the interpreter says 'You will ...
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