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dorter, dortour

A dormitory, esp. in a monastery.
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Malcolm, "The Cave Revisited," Classical Quarterly 31 (1981): 60-68; Kenneth Dorter, "The Divided Line and the Structure of Plato's Republic," History of Philosophy Quarterly 21, no.
Dorter 1973, 66, claims that the rhapsode provides the 'double perspective' of poet and audience.
210) John B Dorter and John J A Sharkey, LBC Information Services, Building and Construction Contracts in Australia: Law and Practice, vol 1 (at Update 72) [14.
Dorter, Kenneth, The Transformation of Plato's Republic, Lanham: Rowmann & Littlefield, 2006, p.
Dorter, `The reciprocity argument and the structure of the Phaedo', Journal of the History of Philosophy 15 (1977), 1-11.
170; and Kenneth Dorter, "The Ion: Plato's Characterization of Art," Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 32 (1973-74):65-78, 66.
Or, as Old Mother Riley berated "dorter, dorter," Kitty, someone behind them would be disappearing down a manhole.
Dorter, Kenneth, Form and Good in Plato's Eleatic Dialogues (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press 1994).
Dorter convincingly argues that there is only a discrepancy between the Republic and the (in)famous moral intellectualism of other works if "we take Book 4 to be the Republic's final word on the subject, instead of seeing it as a preliminary treatment to be superseded.
As summarised by John Dorter and John Sharkey, the contractor's implied warranty as to workmanship will '[o]rdinarily .
But in following this procedure, Burger and Dorter disregard the only nonarbitrary starting point far interpreting the dialogue.
Advisers: David Hitchcock, Kenneth Dorter, Martha Husain.