• (noun): A syntactic construction in which an element is followed by another that does not agree properly

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  • (noun): an abrupt change within a sentence from one syntactic structure to another

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  • To be fully engaged emotionally requires celebrating what the Stoic philosophers called anacoluthia—the mutual entailment of the virtues.

  • The Stoic philosophers referred to this paradox as anacoluthia, the mutual entailment of the virtues.

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