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Sophist

By: Plato

... Sophist by Plato, trans. by Benjamin Jowett is a publication of the Pennsylvania State Univer sity. This Portable Document file is f... ... sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in... ...Editor, Hazleton, PA 18201 1291 is a Portable Document File produced as part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of lit... ...lato ist or the Statesman can be caught in this way. But these divisions and subdivisions were favourite logical exercises of the age in which he live... ...hist – Plato ing the words—’I should like to ask our Eleatic friend what his countrymen think of them; do they regard them as one, or three?’ The Stra... .... For is he less a Sophist when, in stead of exporting his wares to another country , he stays at home, and retails goods, which he not only buys of ... ...s he disengages himself from them or absorbs him self in them. Moreover the types of greatness differ; while one man is the expression of the influen... ...e, which are them selves subject to so many external conditions of climate, country , and the like, even if regarded as the single thought of a Divin... ...GER: And the Sophist was flitting before us in the acquisitive class, in the subdivisions of hunting, contests, merchandize, and the like. THEAETETUS:...

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Autobiography Truth and Fiction Relating to My Life

By: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

...ns. John Oxenford, with an introduction by Thomas Carlyle is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...itor, Hazleton, PA 18202-1291 is a Portable Document File produced as part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of liter... ...ent, been deserved; that his influence has been of high benefit to his own country; nay more, that it promises to be of benefit to us, and to all othe... .... It was they that established almost at once his literary fame in his own country; and even determined his subsequent private history, for they broug... ... then new in all senses; it was wonderful, yet wished for, both in its own country and in every other. The Literature of Germany had as yet but partia... ...s of his play are creatures of his imagination, representing the principal types which made up the history of the time. Every personage is made to liv... ...rom its particular destination: this communicates itself by degrees to the subdivisions; hence every thing is adorned in proportionate taste, the grea...

...resented in this Goethe; a singular, highly significant phenomenon, and now also means more or less complete for ascertaining its significance. A man of wonderful, nay, unexampled reputation and intellectual influence among forty millions of reflective, serious and cultivated men, invites us to study him; and to determine for ourselves, whether and how far such influence h...

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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

By: John Locke

... by John Locke An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke (First pubulished 1690) is a publi- cation of the Pennsylvania State Universit... ...cation of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this ... ...c Classics Series, Jim Manis, Faculty Editor, Hazleton, PA 18201-1291 is a Portable Document File produced as part of an ongoing student publication p... ...eir obligation. Others also may come to be of the same mind, from their education, company, and cus- toms of their country; which persuasion, however ... ...b and deaf men. When it shall be made out that men ignorant of words, or untaught by the laws and customs of their country, know that it is part of th... ... reproach which is every- where prepared for those who dare venture to dissent from the received opinions of their country or party? And where is the ... ...as of those qualities that are discoverable in them. In both which ways these copies of those originals and arche- types are imperfect and inadequate.... ...col- lections that each of them contains in it precisely all that the mind intends that it should, they are arche- types and essences of modes that ma... ...ht and true knowledge; but when we come to refer them to anything, as to their patterns and arche- 379 John Locke types, then they are capable of bei...

...Excerpt: This treatise, which is grown up under your lordship?s eye, and has ventured into the world by your order, does now, by a natural kind of right, come to your lordship for that protection which you several years since promised it. It is not that I think any name, how great soever, set at the beginning of a book, will be able to cover the faults that are to be...

...6 Chapter III Other considerations concerning Innate Principles, both Speculative and Practical .......................................... 67 BOOK II Of Ideas ...................................................................................................................................................... 86 Chapter I Of Ideas in general, and their Original ...............

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War and Peace

By: Leo Tolstoy, Graf

...ion Publication Publication War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy is a publication of the Pennsylva- nia State University. This Portable Document file is furn... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...itor, Hazleton, PA 18201-1291 is a Portable Document File produced as part of an ongoing student publication project to bring classical works of liter... ...ake me as an aide- de-camp....” “And Lise, your wife?” “She will go to the country.” “Are you not ashamed to deprive us of your charming wife?” “Andre... ...is own, goodness only knows why, he leaves me and locks me up alone in the country.” “With my father and sister, remember,” said Prince Andrew gently ... ...s won’t last long? It’s all the Club and his easygoing nature. Even in the country do we get any rest? Theatricals, hunt- ing, and heaven knows what b... ...e An- drew had seen the anterooms of many important men, and the different types of such rooms were well known to him. Count Arakcheev’s anteroom had ... ...ant, and proud sphere, Prince Andrew noticed the following sharply defined subdivisions of and parties: The first party consisted of Pfuel and his adh...

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