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" The formation of an artificial prose style is due entirely to the Sophists, and although they did not at first proceed according to a right method, they may be considered as having laid a foundation for the polished diction of Plato and Demosthenes. "
A Manual of Greek Literature: From the Earliest Authentic Periods to the ... - Sivu 297
tekijä(t) Charles Anthon - 1853 - 580 sivua
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History of the Literature of Ancient Greece, Nide 1

Karl Otfried Müller - 1840 - 389 sivua
...been mentioned more than once in the course of this history.* § 3. If, however, we turn from this influence of the Sophists on the spirit of their age,...former aimed at correctness, the latter at beauty of atyle.f Protagoras investigated the principles of accurate composition (dpOotVtia), though practically...

History of the Literature of Ancient Greece: To the Period of Isocrates

Karl Otfried Müller - 1847 - 530 sivua
...been mentioned more than once in the course of this history.* § 3. If, however, we turn from this influence of the Sophists on the spirit of their age,...aimed at correctness, the latter at beauty of style. t Protagoras investigated the principles of accurate composition (ppQoiirua), though practically he...

A Manual of Greek Literature: From the Earliest Authentic Periods to the ...

Charles Anthon - 1853 - 580 sivua
...war, a class of society was formed at Athens which was not without influence on the course of affairs, and whose creed was that justice and belief in the...investigated the principles of accurate composition (opflotireio), though practically he was distinguished for a copious fluency, which Plato's Socrates...

The Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology, Nide 2

Joseph Barber Lightfoot, Fenton John Anthony Hort, John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor - 1855
...to set upon them. "The formation of an artificial prose style is due entirely to the Sophists, anc1 although they did not at first proceed according to...for the polished diction of Plato and Demosthenes," § 3. So far as the artificial graces of language and composition are concerned, such as the construction...

History of the literature of ancient Greece [tr. by sir G.C. Lewis and J.W ...

Carl Otfried Müller, John William Donaldson - 1858
...been mentioned more than once in the course of this history.' § 3. If, however, we turn from this influence of the Sophists on the spirit of their age,...former aimed at correctness, the latter at beauty of style.2 Protagoras investigated the principles of accurate composition (орвостгею), though...

Bentley's quarterly review

1860
...literature. ' The formation of an artificial prose style is due entirely to the Sophists, and though they did not at first proceed according to a right...for the polished diction of Plato and Demosthenes.' We have, however, an early instance of a native school of rhetoric. Autiphon, himself a statesman and...

Bentley's quarterly review. [with variant title-leaf to vol. 1].

1860
...literature. ' The formation of an artificial prose style is due entirely to the Sophists, and though they did not at first proceed according to a right...for the polished diction of Plato and Demosthenes.' We have, however, an early instance of a native school of rhetoric. Antiphon, himself a statesman and...

A History of Greek and Roman Classical Literature

A. Louage - 1873 - 220 sivua
...style is due entirely to the Sophists, and, although they did not at first proceed according to a rigid method, they may be considered as having laid a foundation...distinction, that the former aimed at correctness, and the latter at beauty of style. The view here taken of the Sophists is the one that is commonly...




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