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" Whatsoeuer is moued to the motion of the moone, is in the moone superficially ; but the man in the moone is moued to the motion of the moone ; ergo the man in the moone really exists in the moone superficially. "
Timon: A Play ; Now First Printed - Page 66
edited by - 1842 - 95 pages
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Publications, Volume 11

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - Drama - 1842
...quidditatiuely, or superficially, or catapodially. Herm. To morrow, if Jone please, He buy these termes. S&Z. The man in the moone is not in the moone superficially,...catapodially, specificatiuely, and quidditatiuely. /Sjpews. I proue the contrary to thee thus. Whatsoeuer is moued to the motion of the moone, is in the...
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Moon Lore

Timothy Harley - Moon - 1885 - 296 pages
...should always be borne in mind that, as Stilpo says in the old play of Timon, written about 1600, " The man in the moone is not in the moone superficially,...although he bee in the moone (as the Greekes will have it) catapodially, specificatively, and quidditatively." 4 This beautiful language, let us explain...
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Brand's Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Faiths and Folklore ..., Volume 2

John Brand, Sir Henry Ellis, William Carew Hazlitt - Fasts and feasts - 1905
...for to abide for evere." In the old play of " Timon," act iv. sc. 3, Stilpo says : " The man in_the moone is not in the moone superficially, although he bee in the moone (as the Greeks will haue it), catapixlially, specificatiuely, and quidditntiuely." In the " Midsummer Night's...
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Shakespeare Survey, Volume 27

Kenneth Muir - Drama - 2002 - 216 pages
...(lines 35-8) - Speusippus and Stilpo argue in ' soloecismes ' to try to resolve 'whether there be a man in the moone ... (as the Greekes will haue it) catapodially, specificatiuely, and quidditatiuely' (1v, iii, p. 66). These similarities are reason enough for us to suspect that 'Anonymous' modelled...
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