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Junii a. 1834. ^ verborum significatione quae Pauli cum epitome emendata et anuotata. ' Lipsise. lie also, in 1836, lent his name and contributed a preface to ' Die architect R. ^ The edition of Festus, which he undertook at the solicitation of Booking, and which is dedicated to his father-in-law Hugo, IMuciorum et in antiquorum Sulpiciorum explanando * Ixonianorum this tlie jui'c civili alumno et semulo,' makes an epoch in department of learning, not only from the soundness of criticisms of which it is the vehicle, but also because it gives for the first time a comparative view of the original it has survived, and its epitome Vocabulary of Festus, as far as bv Paul us Diaconus.
I. his literary importance. § 2. Aristocratic tendency of Athenian § 2. How far Socrates was the during the Peloponnesian war. founder of dialectical reasoning and moral philosophy. § 4. Imperfect Socratic schools Eucleides and the Megarics. § 5. Antisthenes and the CjTiics. § 6. Socrates; literature ; Aristippus and the Cyrenaics. LTIIOUGII Socrates left no writings behind him, and does not, strictly speaking, deserve a place perhaps the contrilmtors to Greek literature, yet when we conamong sider that the history of a nation's literature is the history also § A 1.
T KAIIL OTFRIED MULLER. classical scholar, whole, to all the XXVll we arc inclined to prefer K. O. ^liillcr, on the German philologcrs of the nineteenth century. He had not Niebuhr's grasp of original combination ; he was hardly equal to his teacher JJuekh in some branches of Greek philosophy, antiquities, and palicography ; he was inferior to Hermann Greek verbal criticism he was not a comparative Grimm and Bopp and A. W. Schlegcl, nor a philologer, But in all the discollector of facts and forms like Lobeck.
A history of the literature of ancient Greece; from the foundation of the Socratic schools to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Being a continuation of K.O. Müller's work by John William Donaldson, Karl Otfried Müller