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<onlyinclude>Differentiation of ''mimêsis'' according to "in which" ("in what", ''heterois mimeisthai''), "what" ("on what", ''hetera''), and "how" (''heterós''), translated variously as the means employed (matter, medium), the objects 'mimetised' (subject) and the manner in which the ''mimesis'' is effected (mode, method).
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<onlyinclude>''Mimêsis'' is differentiated according to "in which" ("in what", ''heterois mimeisthai''), "what" ("on what", ''hetera''), and "how" (''heterós''), being translated variously as the means employed (matter, medium), the objects 'mimetised' (subject) and the manner in which the ''mimêsis'' is effected (mode, method).
 
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|Editions: [[Aristotle/Poetics/Kassel#2.1447a8-1448b3|Kassel 1965]], [[Aristotle/Poetics/Tarán#2.1447a8-1448b3|Tarán 2012]]. Translations: [[Aristotle/Poetics/Butcher#2.1447a8-1448b3|Butcher 1895 EN]], [[Aristotle/Poetics/Whalley#2.1447a8-1448b3|Whalley [c1970] 1997 EN]], [[Aristotle/Poetics/Benardete-Davis#2.1447a8-1448b3|Benardete & Davis 2002 EN]].  
 
|Editions: [[Aristotle/Poetics/Kassel#2.1447a8-1448b3|Kassel 1965]], [[Aristotle/Poetics/Tarán#2.1447a8-1448b3|Tarán 2012]]. Translations: [[Aristotle/Poetics/Butcher#2.1447a8-1448b3|Butcher 1895 EN]], [[Aristotle/Poetics/Whalley#2.1447a8-1448b3|Whalley [c1970] 1997 EN]], [[Aristotle/Poetics/Benardete-Davis#2.1447a8-1448b3|Benardete & Davis 2002 EN]].  

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Mimêsis is differentiated according to "in which" ("in what", heterois mimeisthai), "what" ("on what", hetera), and "how" (heterós), being translated variously as the means employed (matter, medium), the objects 'mimetised' (subject) and the manner in which the mimêsis is effected (mode, method).

Editions: Kassel 1965, Tarán 2012. Translations: Butcher 1895 EN, Whalley [c1970] 1997 EN, Benardete & Davis 2002 EN.