Generally there are three instances for irron: 1 – the same scene (for example, where people do something pretentious and the poor result highlights the unfulfilled ambition) 2 – the eironista pointing (for example, when you notice the anomaly and stresses its objective) 3 – those who observed (for example, those who must recognize the incompatibility between what is and what should be) as to the procedures of irron:-Irron in antiphrasis. When appointing the alazon stating the opposite of what is-Irron in asteismo. When an insult to the alazon is pretending to congratulate him with subtlety-Irron in clenasmo. When you a barter of qualities between alazon and irron.-Irron in carientismo. When seriously expresses to mock alazon.-Irron in diarismo. When remembered things that should be ashamed of alazon.-Irron in mimesis. When mimics to alazon to ridicule-Irron in tapinosis. When is reduces even more the importance of something not the had-Irron in meiosis.

When is exaggeratedly downgrades the importance of something which really does too much.-Irron on auxesis. It is the opposite of meiosis, a type of hyperbole which gives extremely undue to something that is already known that it is negligible. Irron, as well as a trope, is regarded as a metalogismo involving a literal sense and a deliberate sense. The Bible is absolutely full of Irron. I believe that God is a great Eironista. Could you find in the Bible almost at a glance some examples of each of irron procedures listed above? _ (1) Alazon and Alazoneia: in ethics to Nicomachus, Aristotle speaks of whom is attributed qualities worthy of praise really has no, or that has to a lesser degree than the boasts.(2) Against the Sophists, Socrates, approached as a shy student and asked them about topics that supposedly the Sophists dominated. Slowly, with irron, he asked them questions and let them exposed as ignorant while they presented it as custodians of the truth.

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