An Introduction to Dialysis
Dialysis (etymologically from Greek; also spelled ‘dialisis’, and known as ‘divisio,’ ‘the dismembrer’), is a rhetorical figure known for the run of several words without the aid of a conjunction, For example:
- “veni, vidi, vici”;
- “I came, I saw, I conquere”.
Dialysis is a synonym for Asyndeton Opens in new window. The term also features in medicine, denoting great relaxation or weakness of the limbs.