Outlines of philosophy, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Ginn & Company, 1885
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Page 166 - Burbage portrait and a life of the poet. The history of each play is given in its appropriate volume. The plays are arranged in three distinct series : Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies ; and the plays of each series presented, as nearly as may be, in the chronological order of the writing.
Page 166 - An obvious merit of this edition is that each volume has two sets of notes ; one mainly devoted to explaining the text, and placed at the foot of the page ; the other mostly occupied with matters of textual comment and criticism, and printed at the end of each play. The edition is thus admirably suited to the uses both of the general reader and of the special student.
Page 166 - The Harvard Edition of Shakespeare's Complete Works. By HENRY N. HUDSON, LL.D., Author of the Life, Art, and Characters of Shakespeare, Editor of School Shakespeare, etc.
Page vii - God, the Attributes and Personality of the Absolute, the Conceptions of the Creation, the Preservation, and the Government, of the World, and of the World-time. The book closes with brief discussions of Religion and Morality, and Dogmas and Confessions.
Page 166 - THE HARVARD EDITION has been undertaken and the plan of it shaped with a special view to making the Poet's pages pleasant and attractive to general readers. A history of each play is given in its appropriate volume. The plays are arranged in three distinct series : Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies ; and the plays of each series presented, as nearly as may be, in the chronological order of the writing.
Page 74 - This is, philosophically considered, erroneous, and religiously devoid of all significance : we abide therefore by the assumption, that the 'will to create ' is an absolutely eternal predicate of God, and ought not to be used to designate a deed of his so much as the absolute dependence of the world upon his will in contradistinction to its involuntary ' emanation
Page 163 - LOTZE'S PHILOSOPHICAL OUTLINES. Dictated Portions of the Latest Lectures (at Gottingen and Berlin) of Hermann Lotze. Translated and edited by GEORGE T. LADD, Professor of Philosophy in Yale College. About 180 pages in each volume. Crown 8vo., cloth, 4s.
Page 166 - ... in case the explanation be not directly at hand, they will go elsewhere in quest of it, and then find, after all, that the editor has left the matter unexplained ; whereas, with foot-notes they will see at once how the matter stands, and will be spared the labour and vexation of a fruitless search. The foot-notes supply such and so much of explanatory comment as may be required by people who read Shakespeare, not to learn philology or the technicalities of the scholiast, but to learn Shakespeare...
Page 167 - ... subjects, from a large proportion of which carefully selected quotations are made. The scope of the work, as to the variety of standpoints from which it is treated, is indicated in the following list of chapters: — I. Drinking among the Ancients. II. The History of the Discovery of Distillation. III. Preliminaries to the Study of Modern Drinking. IV. Adulteration. V. Physiological Results; or, The Effects of Alcohol on the Physical Organs and Functions. VI. Pathological Results; or, Diseases...
Page 166 - Twenty Volumes, duodecimo, two plays in each volume ; also in Ten Volumes, of four plays each. RETAIL PRICES. ( cloth . . . $25.00 I ( cloth . . . $20.00 2o-vol. edition j half.calf . ^ | io-vol. edit.on { half.calf \ 4aoo HUDSON'S " LIFE, ART, AND CHARACTERS OF SHAKESPEARE...

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