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Timaeus Pdf/ePub eBook Author:
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Timaeus by Summary

Timaeus Plato - The dialogue takes place the day after Socrates described his ideal state. In Plato's works such a discussion occurs in the Republic. Socrates feels that his description of the ideal state wasn't sufficient for the purposes of entertainment and that "I would be glad to hear some account of it engaging in transactions with other states" (19b).Hermocrates wishes to oblige Socrates and mentions that Critias knows just the account (20b) to do so. Critias proceeds to tell the story of Solon's journey to Egypt where he hears the story of Atlantis, and how Athens used to be an ideal state that subsequently waged war against Atlantis (25a). Critias believes that he is getting ahead of himself, and mentions that Timaeus will tell part of the account from the origin of the universe to man.

Magic 7 - Volume 1 - Never Alone

Magic 7 - Volume 1 - Never Alone Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kid Toussaint
Editor: Europe Comics
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Magic 7 - Volume 1 - Never Alone by Kid Toussaint Summary

On his first day of class at a new school, Leo, a boy who talks to the ghosts of famous dead people for fun, meets Hamlin, who can talk to animals, and Farah, a human flamethrower. The new friends band together to track down the thief who has made off with the school's prized trophy, and must use all their powers to fight off an army of gigantic robots intent on destroying them. What they don't know is that this is all just part of a much, much bigger plan...

More than Homer Knew – Studies on Homer and His Ancient Commentators

More than Homer Knew – Studies on Homer and His Ancient Commentators Pdf/ePub eBook Author:
Editor: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 311069591X
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More than Homer Knew – Studies on Homer and His Ancient Commentators by Summary

This book contains a collection of twenty-one essays in honour of Professor Franco Montanari by eminent specialists on Homer, ancient Homeric scholarship, and the reception of the Homeric Epics in both ancient and modern times. It covers a wide range of important subjects, including neoanalysis and oral poetry, the Doloneia, the Homeric scholia, the theoretical premises of Aristarchean scholarship, and Homer in Sappho, Pindar, Comedy, Plato, and Hellenistic Poetry. As a whole, the contributions demonstrate the vitality of modern scholarship on Homeric poetry.

The Parasite

The Parasite Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michel Serres
Editor: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 1452942625
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The Parasite by Michel Serres Summary

Influential philosopher Michel Serres’s foundational work uses fable to explore how human relations are identical to that of the parasite to the host body. Among Serres’s arguments is that by being pests, minor groups can become major players in public dialogue—creating diversity and complexity vital to human life and thought.

A History of Curiosity

A History of Curiosity Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Justin Stagl
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136645365
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A History of Curiosity by Justin Stagl Summary

First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Material Histories of Time

Material Histories of Time Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gianenrico Bernasconi,Susanne Thürigen
Editor: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110625032
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Material Histories of Time by Gianenrico Bernasconi,Susanne Thürigen Summary

The historiography of timekeeping is traditionally characterized by a dichotomy between research that investigates the evolution of technical devices on the one hand, and research that is concerned with the examination of the cultures and uses of time on the other hand. Material Histories of Time opens a dialogue between these two approaches by taking monumental clocks, table clocks, portable watches, carriage clocks, and other forms of timekeeping as the starting point of a joint reflection of specialists of the history of horology together with scholars studying the social and cultural history of time. The contributions range from the apparition of the first timekeeping mechanical systems in the Middle Ages to the first evidence of industrialization in the 18th and 19th centuries.