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" Hippias are no longer lounging upon their couches in the midst of groups of admiring pupils ; we have no walks along the walls of the city; no readings beside the Ilissus ; no lively symposia, giving occasion to high discourses about love ; no Critias... "
Aristotle: A Chapter from the History of Science, Including Analyses of ... - 19. oldal
szerző: George Henry Lewes - 1864 - 404 oldal
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A Biographical History of Philosophy, 2. kötet

George Henry Lewes - 1845
...of admiring pupils ; we have no walks along the walls of the city ; no readings beside the Ilissus ; no lively symposia, giving occasion to high discourses...republics ; above all, no Socrates forming a centre to these various groups, while yet he stands out clear and distinct in his individual character, showing...

History of the philosophy of mind: embracing the opinions of all ..., 1. kötet

Robert Blakey - 1848
...of admiring pupils ; we have no walks along the walls of the city; no readings beside the Ilissus ; no lively symposia, giving occasion to high discourses...republics ; above all no Socrates forming a centre to these various groups, while yet he stands out clear and distinct in his individual character, showing...

Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, System of universal knowledge

Encyclopaedia - 1850
...groups of admiring pupils; we have no walks along the wall of the city, no readings besides the Ilissus, no lively symposia giving occasion to high discourses...republics ; above all, no Socrates forming a centre to these various groups, while yet he stands out clear and distinct in his individual character, showing...

The Biographical History of Philosophy from Its Origin in Greece Down to the ...

George Henry Lewes - 1857 - 801 oldal
...of admiring pupils ; we have no walks along the walls of the city ; no readings beside the Ilissus ; no lively symposia, giving occasion to high discourses...republics ;" above all, no Socrates forming a centre to these various groups, while yet he stands out clear and distinct in his individual character, showing...

Ancient Philosophy: A Treatise of Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy Anterior ...

Frederick Denison Maurice - 1861 - 260 oldal
...of admiring pupils ; we have no walks along the wall of the city, no readings besides the Ilissus, no lively symposia giving occasion to high discourses...republics ; above all, no Socrates forming a centre to these various groups, while yet he stands out clear and distinct in his individual character, showing...

The Life and Labours of Thomas of Aquin, 2. kötet

abp. Roger William Bede Vaughan - 1872
...of admiring pupils ; we have no walks along the walls of the city, no readings beside the Ilissus, no lively symposia giving occasion to high discourses...stories he had heard in the days of his youth, before he came a tyrant, of ancient and glorious republics ; above all, no Socrates forming a centre to those...

Ancient philosophy

1871
...; we have no walki along the walls of the city, no readings beside the Ilissus, no lively symposi; giving occasion to high discourses about love, no Critias, recalling the stories hi had heard in the days of his youth, before he became a tyrant, of ancient, ant glorious republics...

The Life and Labours of Saint Thomas of Aquin, 2. kötet

Roger Bede Vaughan - 1872
...of admiring pupils ; we have no walks along the walls of the city, no readings beside the Ilissus, no lively symposia giving occasion to high discourses...stories he had heard in the days of his youth, before he came a lyram, of ancient and glorious republics ; above all, no Socrates forming a centre to those...

Ancient philosophy and the first to the thirteenth centuries

Frederick Denison Maurice - 1873
...of admiring pupils ; we have no walks along the wall of the city, no readings besides the Ilissus, no lively symposia giving occasion to high discourses...republics ; above all, no Socrates forming a centre to these various groups, while yet he stands out clear and distinct in his individual character, showing...

Moral and Methaphysical Philosophy, 1. kötet

Frederick Denison Maurice - 1882
...of admiring pupils ; we have no walks along the wall of the city, no readings besides the Ilissus, no lively symposia giving occasion to high discourses...republics ; above all, no Socrates forming a centre to these various groups, while yet he stands out clear and distinct in his individual character, showing...




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