A history of the literature of ancient Greece; from the by John William Donaldson, Karl Otfried Müller

By John William Donaldson, Karl Otfried Müller

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With the latter he was in constant antagonism, and we find traces of this in the Platonic dialogues. There" can be no doubt that Antisthcncs is aimed at in wellknown passages of the Sophistes and Philebus? ' Although Theopompus ventured to insinuate that Plato was indebted to Antisthenes for many of his thoughts,' it seems that the latter was remarkable rather for his wit and acuteness than for the elevation of his sentiments f and his general character would read of two dialogues called lead us to expect sarcastic humour rather than refined elegance in his writings.

V. ' quoted ' Professor Thompson, note on ^[xiler' s Lectures on P- 370- Anci^U Philosophy, vol. I. FOUNDATION OF THE SOCRATIC SCHOOLS. ' ; not physical but moral science, considered w ith special reference Both the method of Socrates and this application to politics. With regard to h;i\c been of it recognized by Aristotle. ' another passage he states both the method and the object of ' ' busied himself as Socrates,'^ he says, the Socratic dialectics political : about the moral virtues, and endeavoured — first of all to give Democritus and Pythagoras attempted only a few definitions he consistently investigated the quid est {to t'i iariv), the general idea.

257 260 262 269 the tragedians 275 281 2S9 302 CHAPTER XLYI. PROSE WRITERS OF ALEXANDRIA. Dn metrl^s the Phalerian § 1. Classification of the prose writers of Alexandria 2. (a) Grammarians and critics : ZenodoUis of Ephcsus, Ar istouh anes of : Byzantium, and Aristarchus of Samothrace 306 309 CONTENTS. XXxii PAGE 8 8. 4. Tho recension (b) of ^ Homer ^ •' HisUirians luul clironologistB 6. Translations of Kgyrtiiin, Chaldean, and 6. licd IVrgft, Eratosthenes, mathematics : Hebrew annals . . • • • 3^ of EucUd, Archimedes, Apollonms and Uipparchus I- --' • 3^+ ERRATA.

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