Jahrbücher für classische Philologie: Supplementband

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B. G. Teubner., 1884 - Classical philology
 

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Page 346 - Bulletin de la classe des sciences historiques, philologiques et politiques de l'académie impériale des sciences de Saint-Pétersbourg.
Page 357 - THE NEW PHRYNICHUS ; being a Revised Text of the Ecloga of the Grammarian Phrynichus. With Introduction and Commentary by W. GUNION RUTHERFORD, MA, of Balliol College, Oxford, Assistant Classical Master in St. Paul's School.
Page 183 - But our ideas being nothing but actual perceptions in the mind, which cease to be any thing when there is no perception of them, this laying up of our ideas in the repository of the memory signifies no more but this, that the mind has a power in many cases to revive perceptions which it has once had, with this additional perception annexed to them, that it has had them before.
Page 306 - Incipe Maenalios mecum, mea tibia, versus. Maenalus argutumque nemus pinosque loquentis semper habet ; semper pastorum ille audit amores, Panaque, qui primus calamos non passus inertis.
Page 695 - quibus de causis eas leges, quas M. Antonius tulisse dicitur, omnis censeo per vim et contra auspicia latas eisque legibus populum non teneri. si quam legem de actis Caesaris confirmandis deve dictatura in perpetuum tollenda deve colonie in 'agros deducendis tulisse M. Antonius dicitur, easdem leges de integro, ut populum teneant, salvis auspiciis ferri placet.
Page 103 - Nos una aestate in Asia et Graecia gesta litteris idcirco continentia mandavimus, ne vellicatim aut saltuatim scribendo lectorum animos impediremus.
Page 292 - Lyaeo 100 conscendit scopulos noctisque occulta sub umbra palmite maturo rorantia lumina tersit Nereis et dulces rapuit de collibus uvas. saepe et vicino sparsa est vindemia fluctu, et Satyri cecidere vadis, nudamque per undas 105 Dorida montani cupierunt prendere Panes.
Page 288 - ... tibia quas fundit digitis pulsata canentum; et genus agricolum late sentiscere, cum Pan pinea semiferi capitis velamina quassans unco saepe labro calamos percurrit hiantis, fistula silvestrem ne cesset fundere musam.
Page 470 - Wissen hat für Platon ebenso wie für Sokrates nicht blofs theoretische Bedeutung; die Unbedingtheit des Wissens und die sittliche Reinheit des Willens sind für Platon etwas untrennbar verbundenes. Die Philosophie ist nicht eine von dem Leben getrennte Theorie, sondern sie ist die das ganze Leben erhebende und gestaltende Kraft.
Page 700 - Krause, P. Appian als Quelle für die Zeit von der Verschwörung gegen Caesar bis zum Tode des Decimus Brutus.

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