A history of the literature of ancient Greece: from the foundation of the Socratic schools to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Being a continuation of K. O. Müller's work, 1. cilt

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Sayfa 88 - in a full and natural close Like music. Canterbury. Therefore doth heaven divide The state of man in divers functions, Setting endeavour in continual motion, To which is fixed, as an aim or butt, Obedience.
Sayfa xxvi - blow—of that I'm conscious : For what does not man grieve down ? From the highest, As from the vilest thing of every day, He learns to wean himself: for the strong hours Conquer him. Yet I feel what I have lost In him. The bloom has vanished from my life. For
Sayfa 58 - The quirks and cavils thou dost make Are false and built upon mistake. And I shall bring you with your pack Of fallacies to elenchi back; And put your arguments in mood And figure to be understood. I'll force you by right ratiocination To leave your vitilitigation, And make you keep to the question close, And argue dialectical.
Sayfa 185 - reminds one of Lady Wishfort's vituperation of her maid, whom she found ' dining behind a traverse rag in a shop no bigger than a bird-cage' (Congreve, Way of the World, act V. sc. I.). And he excuses himself from any further prosecution of the subject:
Sayfa 88 - II.): Exeter. While that the armed hand doth fight abroad The advised head defends itself at home: For government through high, and low, and lower, Put into parts, doth keep in one concent, Co-greeing in a full and natural close Like music. Canterbury. Therefore doth heaven divide The state of man in divers functions, Setting endeavour in continual motion, To which is fixed, as an aim or butt, Obedience.
Sayfa 140 - Inferno XI. 79: Non ti rimembra di quelle parole Con le quai la tua Etica pertratta Le tre disposizion ch
Sayfa xxvi - he stood beside me, like my youth, Transformed for me the real to a dream, Clothing the palpable and familiar With golden exhalations of
Sayfa 199 - of Harpalus; with a preliminary Dissertation and Notes, and a facsimile of a portion of the MS. By Churchill Babington, MA, Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge,
Sayfa 60 - Hippias minor, Hipparchus, Minos, and Alcibiades II. (B) Progressive dialogues, which treat of the distinction between philosophical and common knowledge in their united application to the proposed and real sciences, ethics, and physics; these are the Gorgias,
Sayfa 8 - more frequently insisted than the contrast between the state of men's knowledge on the general topics of men and society, and that which artists or professional men possessed in their respective special crafts. So perpetually did he reproduce this comparison, that his enemies accused him of wearing it threadbare.

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