Alciphron


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Alciphron

(ăl`sĭfrŏn, –frən), fl. c.A.D. 200?, Greek satirist. His only extant work, in fine Attic style, consists of over 100 fictitious letters from ordinary people living in Athens in the 4th cent. B.C.
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Scholars have relegated the Letters of Alciphron to a shadowed corner of the genre of Greek fictional correspondence, but here classical scholars analyze them as a single work, looking at structural perspectives, cultural issues and backgrounds, and generic tensions and innovations.
THE one-time home of Ellis Island architect William Alciphron Boring is being offered for $7.25 million by Keller Williams agents Carson Alexander, Javier Perez-Karam and Matthew Warbet.
En esta clave hay que entender la critica que formulo el filosofo Berkeley (obispo de Cloyne) contra Mandeville en su Alciphron (61)
(38.) [Bernard Mandeville], A Letter to Dion; Occasion'd by his Book call'd Alciphron or, the Minute Philosopher (London: J.
Para estudiar estas cuestiones, Flage reviso obras como Philosophical Commentaries (1707-1708), Passive Obedience (1712), los ensayos en el periodico Guardian (1713) y Alciphron (1732).
FOBES, The Letters of Alciphron, Aelian and Philostratus, Cambridge [Mass.]--Londres, 1949, ad loc.).
This idea appears in various forms in a number of Poesque texts; we quote only one for illustration, his review to "Alciphron" by Thomas Moore (1840): "The mind of man can imagine nothing which has not really existed" (1984: 334).
(35) By the Second Sophistic, authors like Alciphron had transformed the ethopoetic letter into a high literary art, attempting to sustain appropriate characterizations without falling into non-Attic solecisms or anachronisms.
Much of the current analytic and Anglophone philosophy concerned with Berkeley is focused on his metaphysics and epistemology, these largely drawn from his early Principles, Three Dialogues, or works on vision, and to a growing extent, Alciphron. Berkeley's philosophy of mathematics and philosophy of science are likewise small but buzzing topics of interest, driving research into Analyst and De Motu.
Il veut faire l'extrait d'un ouvrage anglais intitule Alciphron du docteur Barclay (67), qui passe pour un saint dans sa communion.
(1949), "Alciphron or the Minute Philosopher", err The works of George Berkeley, Bishop of Cloyne.