The University Magazine, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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Page 4 - the inflections ; the simpler rules for composition and derivation of words ; syntax of cases and verbs, and structure of the sentence in general, with particular regard to relative and conditional sentences, indirect discourse and the subjunctive ; so much prosody as relates to accent, quantity, versification in general, and dactylic hexameter.
Page 19 - which conduct all courses leading to the university degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy. The point of contact between the college and the university is the senior year in the School of Arts, during which year the students in the School of
Page 11 - the inflections ; the simpler rules for composition and derivation of words ; syntax of cases and verbs, and structure of the sentence in general, with particular regard to relative and conditional sentences, indirect discourse and the subjunctive ; so much prosody as relates to accent, quantity, versification in general, and dactylic hexameter. Caesar (five books of the Commentaries); Sallust (Catiline or
Page 30 - must study the tadpole and not the toad. Schopenhauer says, that "A man who does not understand Latin, is like one who walks through a beautiful region in a fog ; his horizon is very close to him. He sees only the nearest things clearly, and a
Page 23 - and revealed to us only in the actual changes which transpire within a process and not in its dead results. Again, if inflections are considered, what thoughtful man will assert that inflections are a mark of perfection ? Is the Sanscrit more perfect than the Latin, because it inflects twice as much as
Page 11 - Philosophy, Philology and Letters. Courses of study under one or more of these university faculties are open to members of the senior class in the School of Arts, and to all students who have successfully pursued an equivalent course of undergraduate study to the close of the junior year. These lead through the Bachelor's degree to the university degrees of
Page 19 - Philosophy, Philology and Letters. Courses of study under one or more of these university faculties are open to members of the senior class in the School of Arts, and to all students who have successfully pursued an equivalent course of undergraduate study to the close of the junior year. These lead through the Bachelor's degree to the university degrees of Master of Arts and Doctor
Page 30 - If we now inquire what the substitution of a modern language—say German or French—for Latin or Greek would effect, the answer is clear that a modern language stands to English in the relation of co-ordination and not in any sense in that of presupposition. As immediate facts, German and French stand in need of explanation through evolution, just as much as
Page 7 - Admission. ALL Candidates For Admission to the Freshman Class are examined in the following books and subjects ; certificates of standing elsewhere are not accepted in place of this examination : — 1. Latin Grammar. 2.
Page 8 - will be sent to any address. Any of the above can be had of your bookseller, or will be sent ' to any address (at publishers' expense) on receipt of advertised price. FREDERICK A. STOKES

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