The main concern of this article is the interpretation of De Anima II.4 415a14-23, and the particular way by which it is generally translated by modern editors. Almost all modern translations adopt the two locutions - \emph{objects} and \emph{correlative objects} - to translate the Greek word \antikeimena. But this choice is not neutral, nor it is without consequences for the understanding of the text.

GIUFFRIDA, P. (2012). Being Opposite. On the translation of antikeimena in Aristotle's De anima. EPEKEINA, 1(1), 33-53 [10.7408/epkn.v1i1-2.5].

### Being Opposite. On the translation of antikeimena in Aristotle's De anima

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The main concern of this article is the interpretation of De Anima II.4 415a14-23, and the particular way by which it is generally translated by modern editors. Almost all modern translations adopt the two locutions - \emph{objects} and \emph{correlative objects} - to translate the Greek word \antikeimena. But this choice is not neutral, nor it is without consequences for the understanding of the text.
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GIUFFRIDA, P. (2012). Being Opposite. On the translation of antikeimena in Aristotle's De anima. EPEKEINA, 1(1), 33-53 [10.7408/epkn.v1i1-2.5].
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