10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «XENOCRATIC»
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The Facts On File Dictionary of Classical and Biblical Allusions
xenocratic xenocratic (zeno ̄kratik) Chaste; continent; unimpressed by wealth.
Xenocrates (396–314 B.C.) was a Greek philosopher who combined the ideas of
Pythagoras with those of his own teacher,Plato.Xenocrates'sense of personal ...
Martin H. Manser, David Pickering, 2003
Aufstieg und Niedergang Der Römischen Welt (ANRW)
In De facie in orbe lunae 944 d, as in one passage of 'De genio Socratis' the
Xenocratic daimones appear, taking part in the mysteries and punishing mal- f
actors as in the 'De defectu' and 'De Iside' passages; but the passages in the ...
From Aristotelian to Reaganomics: A Dictionary of Eponyms ...
664 XENOCRATIC to the Holy Land. He spent his life saving both believers and
unbelievers. Xav- ier's life is surrounded by legends and criticism, but recent
studies confirm his saintly efforts. The Catholic Church canonized him and
Ignatius of ...
Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae:
A and G are equal to B. From this general premise and the individual one falling
under it it follows syllogistically that A and G are equal to each other.24
Alexander's and Galen's loci are interesting because the Xenocratic syllogism
Polykleitos, the Doryphoros, and Tradition
At first glance it would appear that Winckelmann has simply been caught
between the "rhetorical" bias toward the fifth century and the "Xenocratic" bias
toward Sicyonian artists. A different explanation, however, is suggested by a
Ethnohistorische Wege und Lehrhahre eines Philosophen: ...
Such a state might be called xenocratic?2 Because I use terms like "Nomadic
state" and "Nomadic empire" it is important to show a difference between these
conceptions. The Empire is one of the forms of the state. Specific signs of empires
Dittmar Schorkowitz, 1995
The Metaphysics of Aristotle
... but contended for their subsistence distinctively, whereas the Xenocratic
dogma was to identify them. 3 Some make chapter xii. to commence here. vant to
onto- those persons put forward, who are engaged 0 C.
The Metaphysics of Aristotle. Literally Translated from the ...
... those persons put forward, who are engaged in gm? 1 Such as Speusippus
and Xenocrates. 2 This is Plato, who recognised the existence of both forms and
numbers, but contended for their subsistence distinctively, whereas the
... we perceive at onco the absolute individuality of this entity; whil.i from that
other stand-point of incredulous synthesis, which characterize the Xenocratic
hierarchy of the .lews, we are consentaneously impressed with tho anti-peristatic
Abel Stevens, James Floy, 1857
Four years in Secessia
And, thanks to an elastic constitution, which, by the by, required no anti-slavery
amendments, and the practice of a daily philosophy of the Xenocratic sort — to
use the politician's interpretation of Webster's last words-- "I am not dead yet.