Moses Mendelssohns gesammelte schriften, Volume 5

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F.A. Brockhaus, 1844
 

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Page 559 - Who sees with equal eye, as God of all, A hero perish, or a sparrow fall, Atoms or systems into ruin hurl'd, And now a bubble burst, and now a world.
Page 146 - Longin n'entend pas ce que les orateurs appellent le style sublime, mais cet extraordinaire et ce merveilleux qui frappe dans le discours, et qui fait qu'un ouvrage enlève, ravit, transporte.
Page 152 - ... eique pertinaciter adhaereat, atque adeo impediat, quo minus corpus aptum sit, ut plurimis aliis modis afficiatur, adeoque (per prop.
Page 364 - Spon, rectifiée et augmentée par d'amples notes, avec les actes et autres pièces servant de preuves à cette histoire (par Abauzit et Gautier).
Page 202 - The Improvement of Human Reason, exhibited in the Life of Hai Ebn Yokdhan, written above 500 years ago, by Abu Jaafar Ebn Tophail :" translated from the Arabic, and illustrated with figures, 8vo.
Page 17 - When by means of these senses, some objects must appear beautiful, graceful, honourable, or venerable, and others mean and shameful, should it happen that in any object, there appeared a mixture of these opposite forms or qualities, there would appear also another sense of the ridiculous — — — Things too of a quite different nature from any human action may occasion laughter by exhibiting at once some venerable appearance along with some thing mean and despicable.
Page 607 - MONSIEUR , la lettre que vous avez eu la bonté de m'écrire. Je...
Page 153 - Tertio denique sequitur, eos, qui se interficiunt, animo esse impotentes, eosque a causis externis suae naturae repugnantibus prorsus vinci.
Page 397 - Fors dierum cumque dabit lucro appone, nee dulcis amores sperne puer neque tu choreas, donee virenti canities abest morosa. nunc et Campus et areae lenesque sub noctem susurri composita repetantur hora, nunc et latentis proditor intimo gratus puellae risus ab angulo pignusque dereptum lacertis aut digito male pertinaci.
Page 152 - Quo corpus aptius redditur, ut plurimis modis afficiatur, eo mens aptior ad percipiendum redditur, adeoque id, quod corpus hac ratione disponit, est necessario bonum. — (per prop. 26.) etc.

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