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" But as it was engaging, curious, and instructive to hear, certain persons made it their habit to attend him in public, as companions and listeners. "
A History of Greece - Strona 553
autor: George Grote - 1850
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The Biographical History of Philosophy: From Its Origin in Greece ..., Tom 1

George Henry Lewes - 1857
...never withheld his conversation from any one, and talked on the same general subjects with all. . . . As it was engaging, curious, and instructive to hear,...fluctuating body, were commonly known as his disciples and scholars ; though neither he nor his personal friends ever employed the * Xenophon, Memorab. i....
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Biographical History of Philosophy

George Henry Lewes - 1857
...never withheld his conversation from any one, and talked on the same general subjects with all. ... As it was engaging, curious, and instructive to hear,...fluctuating body, were commonly known as his disciples and scholars ; though neither he nor his personal friends ever employed the * Xenophon, Memordb. i....
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Life, Teachings, and Death of Socrates: From Grote's History of Greece

George Grote - 1859 - Liczba stron: 219
...chapters of Xenophon's Memorabilia recounts his visit to, and dialogue with Theodote, a beautiful hetjera, or female companion. Nothing could be more public,...and disciple, to describe the relation between them. Many of them came, attracted by his reputation, during the later years of his life, from other Grecian...
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Russell's Magazine, Tom 5

Paul Hamilton Payne - 1859
...who interested him, without waiting to be invited. Aspasia was his friend, and Théodote his frequent companion. Nothing could be more public, perpetual,...indiscriminate as to persons than his conversation. Now, no other person in Athens, or any other Grecian city, ever manifested himself in this manner as...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Tom 19

1867
...Xenophon's Memorabilia recounts his visit to, and dialogue with, Theodote, — a beautiful fletara, or female companion. Nothing could be more public,...indiscriminate as to persons than his conversation."* In this lively picture of the ex-statuary's manner of life we have the probable cause, and the certain...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Tom 19

1867
...Xenophon's Memorabilia recounts his visit to, and dialogue with, Theodote, — a beautiful hetera, or female companion. Nothing could be more public,...indiscriminate as to persons than his conversation."* In this lively picture of the ex-statuary's manner of life we have the probable cause, and the certain...
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Ancient philosophy

1871
...^{TJV iKOVtUf. his conversation from any one, and talked on the same general subjects with all. . . . As it was engaging, curious and instructive to hear,...fluctuating body, were commonly known as his disciples and scholars ; though neither he nor his personal friends ever employed the terms teacher and disciple...
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A Manual of Classical Literature: Comprising Biographical and Critical ...

Charles Morris - 1880 - Liczba stron: 418
...public, perpetual and indiscriminate as to persons and subjects, and as it was curious and instructive, certain persons made it their habit to attend him in public as companions or listeners. Only in this sense could he be said to have pupils, and he disclaimed the appellation...
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The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw ...

Popular encyclopedia - 1885
...of Xenophon's Memorabilia recounts his visit to, and dialogue with Theodotâ, a beautiful hetaira, or female companion. Nothing could be more public,...indiscriminate as to persons than his conversation; and, as it was engaging, curious, and instructive to hear, certain persons made it their habit to attend...
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The Bookman, Tom 48

1919
...accurate portrait of their author, I cannot do better than quote what Grote said of Socrates — " 'Nothing could be more public, perpetual, and indiscriminate as to persons, than his conversations. But as it was engaging, curious, and instructive to hear, certain persons made it their...
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