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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Aristotle print that page

secrets of philosophy, we have positive proof, on the one hand, that the royal pupil profited by contact with the philosopher, and, on the other hand, that the teacher made prudent and beneficial use of his influence over the mind of the young prince. It was due to this influence that Alexander

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1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Aristotle print that page

This account is practically repeated by Diogenes Laertius in his Life of Aristotle, on the authority of the Chronicles of Apollodorus, who lived in the 2nd century B.C. Starting then from this tradition, near enough to the time, we can confidently divide Aristotle's career into four periods

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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Clerical Costume print that page

closed in front and free from extravagance as to length (Clausa deferant desuper indumenta nimiâ brevitate vel longitudine non notanda. - Mansi, XXII, 1006). Ornamental appendages, cloth of red or green colour, brooches ( fibulœ ) to fasten their cloaks, and the wearing of sleeved copes

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Chevallier, Anthony Rodolph (DNB00) print that page

minor prophets. Chevallier's other works are: 1. 'Rudimenta Hebraicae Linguae accurate methodo et brevitate conscripta,' which includes a Hebrew letter by Tremellius commending the book, and a Syriac and Latin version by the author of St. Paul's Epistle to tbe Galatians, Geneva, 1560, 1567

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Moral letters to Lucilius/Letter 47 print that page

I shall pass over other cruel and inhuman conduct towards them; for we maltreat them, not as if they were men, but as if they were beasts of burden. When we recline at a banquet, one slave mops up the disgorged food, another crouches beneath the table and gathers up the left-overs of the tipsy

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A Latin Dictionary print that page

AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 1879 Contents 1 ADVERTISEMENT 2 ORTHOGRAPHIC INDEX. 3 ABBREVIATIONS 4 OTHER ABBREVIATIONS, SIGNS, ETC. 5 CATALOGUE OF EDITIONS OF ANCIENT AUTHORS, BOOKS OF REFERENCE, ETC., 6 LATIN DICTIONARY 6.1 A a 6.2 Ab ab [ edit ] ADVERTISEMENT

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Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Peter of Auvergne print that page

finem ); commentaries on Aristotle's "Meteororum"; "De Juventute et senectute"; "De longitudine et brevitate vitæ"; "De motu animalium". He has been credited with a supplement to the "Summa" of St. Thomas, but there is no scientific warrant for this. Peter also left numerous treatises which

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On the shortness of life print that page

translated by John W. Basore Chapter I. → 'Seneca the Younger wrote the moral essay De Brevitate Vitae--"On the Shortness of Life"--to his friend Paulinus. The philosopher brings up many Stoic principles on the nature of time, namely that men waste much of it in meaningless pursuits

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The Third Book/Chapter XXXIX. print that page

refutatoriis. c. de appel.; which is conform to what is said in Gloss l. 1. ff. quod met. causa. Gaudent brevitate moderni. My practice is therein the same with that of your other worships, and as the custom of the judicatory requires, unto which our law commandeth us to have regard, and by

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Author:Aristotle print that page

Aristotle_by_Raphael

Dreams (or De Divinatione per Somnum ) On Longevity and Shortness of Life (or De Longitudine et Brevitate Vitae ) On Youth and Old Age, On Breathing and On Life and Death (Bekker 467b Περὶ νεότητος καὶ γήρως, καὶ ζωῆς καὶ θανάτου, καὶ ἀαπν