Αυτή is both a personal and a demonstrative pronoun.
The emphasized III:rd persons are αυτός conjugated: αυτ-ός; αυτοί, αυτή; αυτές, αυτό; αυτά = he; they (masculine gender), she; they (feminine gender), it, they (neutral gender)
The same αύτος conjugated gives this, these for different genders. Note that if this/these is an adjective the noun must have its definite article: this student, αυτός ο μαθητής/ αυτή η μαθήτρια
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So what you are asking is:
Why is it What you have written above is very hard to understand.
Afti (ita) ine phislosophia? is this what you are trying to write? Αυτή (η) είναι φιλοσοφία
Afti ine (ita) philosophia Αυτή είναι (η) φιλοσοφία. ?
The "η" is the word for "the" and must go before the noun 'φιλοσοφία".
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Yes, "είναι" is used for "he/she/it" as well as "they".
You will see the full conjugation of this verb, plus a lot of other helpful information in the Tips¬es section. To access that click on Tips at the start of the lesson.
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I'm saying that the word "sophistry" was just the opinion of TheoMatrakas concerning the way some people think.
IT DOES NOT MEAN IT IS A DEFINITION OF THE WORDS USED IN THIS EXERCISE.
AS I STATED ABOVE YOU HAVE MISUNDERSTOOD the comment by TheoMatrakas.
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