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Both Homer and Hesiod have attributed to the gods all things that are shameful
and a reproach among mankind : theft, adultery, and mutual deception. 12. They
have narrated every possible wicked story of the gods: theft, adultery, and mutual
The fragments attributed to him are in Doric dialect. Their genuineness has been
disputed by modern scholars, probably without justification.1 This work was
usually given the title On the Universe. Another work entitled Bacchae was ...
(Aristotle, Poetics, 1461a: Examples of difficulties solved by accentuation in
Homer: attributed to 'Hippias of Thasos\ perhaps by confusion). 21. (Proclus,
Commentary in Euclid: the quadratrices of Nicomedes and Hippias). 87.
ANTIPHON THE ...
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A definitely must read for any Philosophy student or anyone interested in knowing the origins of Western thought. Here you find all the known fragments of the early Greek Philosophers without ... Read full review