Altorientalische Forschungen

... tra gli altri M. Heltzer , The Internal Organization of the Kingdom of Ugarit , Wiesbaden 1982 ; P. Vargyas , Stratification sociale à l'garit , in M. Heltzer , E. Lipinsky ( eds . ) ... 46 in modo differente da „ servo ( del re ) “ .



ISBN: UOM:39015072467460

Category: Asia


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Writing the Scene of Speaking

Romanische Forschungen 46 ( 1932 ) : 83–360 . Grassi , Ernesto . Rhetoric as Philosophy : The Humanist Tradition . University Park , Pa . , 1980 . Greene , Thomas . The Light in Troy : Imitation and Discovery in Renaissance Poetry .

Author: Jon R. Snyder

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 0804714592

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 330

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The 'rediscovery' in sixteenth-century Italy of Aristotle's Poetics marks a crucial moment in the development of Western thought about literature, for the flood of new and controversial works that accompanied this event laid the foundations of modern literary criticism and theory. This is a study of the main literary theories of the late Italian Renaissance that seek to define a poetics of dialogue. The author contends that dialogue - among the most popular of all prose forms in Italy to develop a new theory of literature, because it seems to subvert the conventional Renaissance understanding of what is 'literary' and what is not. With its close ties to dialectic and to Platonic philosophy on the one hand, and its equally vital links to imaginative fiction on the other, dialogue in the Renaissance stands at the crossroads of the discourses of cognition and fiction. Writing the Scene of Speaking examines the different solutions offered by sixteenth-century Italian theorists to the problem posed by the hybrid textuality of dialogue, and sets them in the context of a culture in a dramatic state of transition.

A Catalogue of Books Printed in the Fifteenth Century Now in the Bodleian Library

B. Scribner , Wolfenbütteler Forschungen , 46 ( Wiesbaden , 1990 ) , 21–36 . Duggan Mary Kay Duggan , Italian Music Incunabula : Printers and Type ( Berkeley , Los Angeles , and Oxford , 1992 ) . Duhr Bernhard Duhr , Geschichte der ...

Author: Alan Coates

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0199513732

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 3088

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The Bodleian's incunable catalogue describes the Library's fifteenth-century western printed books to the same standards expected in the best modern catalogues of medieval manuscripts. It records and identifies all texts contained in each volume, and the detailed analysis of the textual content is an innovative feature. Further information about authors, editors, translators, and dedicatees is given in an extensive index of names, complete with biographical and other information; this index will be of interest to textural scholars from the classical period to the renaissance. The detailed descriptions of the copy-specific features of each book (the binding, hand-decoration and hand-finishing, marginalia, and provenance) form another important contribution to scholarship. The provenance index will be of great value to all those interested in the history of the book from the 1450s to the present day.


Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung 46, no. 2 (1992) 238–56. Geyer, Christian, ed. Hirnforschung und Willensfreiheit: Zur Deutung der neuesten Experimente. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 2004. Gilbert, Maurice. “God, Sin and Mercy: Sirach ...

Author: Ingolf U. Dalferth

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725297128

Category: Religion

Page: 482

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The incursion of evil has always caused people to turn to the divine, to gods or to a god, in order to reorientate their life. Ingolf U. Dalferth studies the complexity of this procedure in three thought processes that deal with the central concepts in the Christian understanding of malum as privation (a lack of good), as evil-doing, and as a lack of faith. In doing so, he provides a detailed discussion of theories of theodicy, the argument from freedom, and the religious turn to God, in which the author explores the traces of the discovery of God’s goodness, justness, and love in connection with the malum experiences in ancient mythology and biblical traditions.

Ugarit Forschungen

“ Die zahlreichen Texte aus l'garit und Tell - Amarna liefern uns bis heute kein sicheres Beispiel von ekstatischem ... 22 Anm . 54 ( drkt ) ; 24 Anm . 68 ( “ m ) ; 26 Anm . 82 ( 127,1 ) ; 46 ( Metrik - Rhythmus ) ; 55 Anm . 128 ...



ISBN: UOM:39015010381625

Category: Ugarit (Extinct city)


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The Subject of Elizabeth

Wolfenb ̈utteler Forschungen, Bd. 46. Wiesbaden: In Kommission bei Otto Harrassowitz, 1990. Pp. 175–202. . The King's Bedpost: Reformation and Iconography in a Tudor Group Portrait.Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1993.

Author: Louis Montrose

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226534756

Category: History

Page: 341

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As a woman wielding public authority, Elizabeth I embodied a paradox at the very center of sixteenth-century patriarchal English society. The Subject of Elizabeth illuminates the ways in which the Queen and her subjects variously exploited or obfuscated this contradiction.

Zeitschrift f r philosophische Forschung

46 , 1986 , No. 1 : St. J. Wagner , Quine's holism ; H. W. Noonan , Relative identity : a reconsideration ; B. Linsky , Factives , blindspots and some paradoxes ; D. E. Over , On a temporal slippery slope paradox ; D. Olin , On a ...



ISBN: STANFORD:36105008401650

Category: Electronic journals

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Arzneimittel Forschung

References ( 1 ) Julou , L. , Bardone , M. C. , Blanchard , S. C. , Garrett , C. , Stutzman , J. M. , Pharmacology ( Basel ) 27 , 46 ( 1983 ) - ( 2 ] Abe , M. , Furukawa , T. , Arch . Int . Pharmacodyn . Ther .



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Pompeii s Ashes

Allroggen-Bedel, A. 1990, Winckelmann und die Archäologie im Königreich Neapel, in Johann Joachim Winckelmann, neue Forschungen, Stendal, 27‒46. Allroggen-Bedel, A. 1996, Archäologie und Politik: Heculaneum und Pompeji im 18.

Author: Eric Moormann

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9781614518730

Category: History

Page: 497

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Although there are many works dealing with Pompeii and Herculaneum, none of them try to encompass the entire spectrum of material related to its reception in popular imagination. Pompeii’s Ashes surveys a broad variety of such works, ranging from travelogues between ca. 1740 and 2010 to 250 years of fiction, including stage works, music, and films. The first two chapters provide an in-depth analysis of the excavation history and an overview of the reflections of travelers. The six remaining chapters discuss several clearly-defined genres: historical novels with pagan tendencies, and those with Christians and Jews as protagonists, contemporary adventures, time traveling, mock manuscripts, and works dedicated to Vesuvius. “Pompeii’s Ashes” demonstrates how the eternal fascination with the oldest still-running archaeological projects in the world began, developed, and continue until now.