Neue Jahrbücher für Philologie und Paedagogik, Volume 48 (Google eBook)

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B. G. Teubner., 1846 - Language Arts & Disciplines
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Page 115 - Annales de la Société d'émulation pour l'étude de l'histoire et des antiquités de la Flandre.
Page 112 - History of the English Revolution of 1640. From the Accession of Charles I. to his Death. Translated by William Hazlitt.
Page 66 - BOOK. New edition, enlarged, improved, and adapted to the use of English Students, by DR. A. HEIMANN, Professor of German at the London University. Seventh edition, 12mo, cloth boards, 5s. This is one of the most desirable and...
Page 180 - Idee nicht nur leere Vorstellung, sondern allerdings im Dasein, nur nicht im einzelnen, wahrhaft wirklich ist, so ist es inhaltsvoller Schein oder Erscheinung. Diese Erscheinung ist das Schöne.
Page 107 - Historical Treasury; comprising a General Introductory Outline of Universal History, Ancient and Modern, and a Series of separate Histories of every principal Nation that exists ; their Rise, Progress, and Present Condition, the Moral and Social Character of their respective inhabitants, their Religion, Manners and Customs, &c.
Page 45 - BAHAR ; consisting of Entertaining Tales in the Hindustani Language. By Mir Amman, of Dihli, one of the learned Natives formerly attached to the College of Fort William.
Page 79 - The Poetical reader; a selection from the eminent poets of the last period of english literature. With a preliminary essay, biograph.
Page 165 - UNIVERSITY EDUCATION ; Or, the Professors and Students of Germany. To which is added, a brief Account of the Public Schools of Prussia ; with Observations on the Influence of Philosophy on the Studies of the German Universities. By WALTER.C.
Page 180 - Schöne ist also die Idee in der Form begrenzter Erscheinung. Es ist ein sinnlich Einzelnes, das als reiner Ausdruck der Idee erscheint, so daß in dieser nichts ist, was nicht sinnlich erschiene, und nichts sinnlich erscheint, was nicht reiner Ausdruck der Idee wäre.
Page 128 - Theorie der Beredsamkeit, mit besonderer Anwendung auf die geistliche Beredsamkeit, in ihrem ganzen Umfange dargestellt.

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