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THREE MILLENNIA OF HELLENIC PHILOLOGY By Andreas Sofroniou
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This book describes the Greek Philology and its associated subjects of literature, linguistic and other arts. It explains the Hellenic era of three millennia of Philology as part of all other human... More > activities; reflecting the ancient, classical, ecclesiastical, medieval and modern concepts, including the current social and economic conditions. Furthermore, it elaborates on the philological class stratification as it appears in life; among the primitive civilisations and modern European literature. Additionally, the book explains the class distinction in philology, literature, linguistics, comedies, opera, ballads and dramas of ancient and modern times. It gives details of the historical and comparative philological terms as used in linguistics studies; the ways in which specific languages have developed and the ways in which languages in general can change.< Less
THREE MILLENNIA OF HELLENIC PHILOLOGY By Andreas Sofroniou
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THREE MILLENNIA OF HELLENIC PHILOLOGY This book describes the Greek Philology and its associated subjects of literature, linguistic and other arts. It explains the Hellenic era of three millennia of... More > Philology as part of all other human activities; reflecting the ancient, classical, ecclesiastical, medieval and modern concepts, including the current social and economic conditions. Furthermore, it elaborates on the philological class stratification as it appears in life; among the primitive civilisations and modern European literature. Additionally, the book explains the class distinction in philology, literature, linguistics, comedies, opera, ballads and dramas of ancient and modern times. It gives details of the historical and comparative philological terms as used in linguistics studies; the ways in which specific languages have developed and the ways in which languages in general can change.< Less
PHILOLOGY, CONCEPTS OF EUROPEAN LITERATURE By Andreas Sofroniou
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This book describes Philology and its associated subjects of literature, linguistic and other arts. It explains Philology as part of all other human activities; reflecting the ancient, classical,... More > ecclesiastical, medieval and modern concepts, including the current social and economic conditions. Also, the philological class stratification as it appears in life; among the primitive civilisations and modern European literature. It includes the literary contributions of the main European countries from the ancient times through to the current geographical and political divisions. The countries included are: Portugal, Spain, France, Britain, Germany, Italy and Greece. Further elaborations include the class distinctions in philology, literature, linguistics, comedies, opera, ballads and dramas of modern times. It explains the historical and comparative philological term as used in linguistics studies; the ways in which specific languages have developed and the ways in which languages in general can change.< Less
PHILOLOGY, CONCEPTS OF EUROPEAN LITERATURE By Andreas Sofroniou
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This book describes Philology and its associated subjects of literature, linguistic and other arts. It explains Philology as part of human activities; reflecting the ancient, classical,... More > ecclesiastical, medieval and modern concepts, including the current social and economic conditions. Also, the philological class stratification as it appears in life; among the primitive civilisations and modern European literature. It includes the literary contributions of the main European countries from the ancient times through to the current geographical and political divisions. The countries included are: Portugal, Spain, France, Britain, Germany, Italy and Greece. Further elaborations include the class distinctions in philology, literature, linguistics, comedies, opera, ballads and dramas of modern times. Further on, it explains the historical and comparative philological term as used in linguistics studies; the ways in which specific languages have developed and the ways in which languages in general can change.< Less
Homer and Classical Philology By Friedrich Nietzsche
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Nietzsche's key ideas include the "death of God", the Übermensch, the eternal recurrence, the Apollonian and Dionysian dichotomy, perspectivism, and the will to power. Central to his... More > philosophy is the idea of "life-affirmation", which involves questioning of all doctrines that drain life's expansive energies, however socially prevalent and radical those views might be. His influence remains substantial within philosophy, notably in existentialism, post-modernism, and post-structuralism, as well as outside it. His radical questioning of the value and objectivity of truth has been the focus of extensive commentary, especially in the continental tradition.< Less
THE QABALAH RUNES – A COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL STUDY OF THE QABALAH AND THE RUNIC SYSTEMS OF ESOTERIC WISDOM By Thomas Clough Daffern PhD
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The Qabalah Runes is an important study of how the ancient Hebrew Qabalistic system, which had influenced Judaism, Christianity and Islam, can in fact be taken even further back in time to link with... More > the Norse, Germanic and Anglo-Saxon runic teachings, which by tradition were discovered by Odin. This work enables students and seekers of wisdom to have a valuable tool for spiritual transformation in the palm of their hands. It will be of value to all Qabalists and Runologists and all who seek to understand the human condition. Philosophers of religion and also philosophers of language will all find something in this work that sets them thinking anew about some very old problems. It also includes much information on the Druid understandings of language and sound and magic, as well as Ancient Egyptian, Arabic, Sanskrit, Anglo-Saxon and Aramaic. The book proposes a new field of linguistics, psycho-semantics and gives a very detailed overview of the thesis that Indo European and Hamito Semitic languages are related< Less
Pageantry of the English Language By W. D. Snively, Jr., Donna R. Ruckman, M.A., Editor
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This monograph uses a potpourri of paleontology, archaeology, geography, history, sociology, and linguistics to trace the development of the English language from its early roots to its current... More > status. This volume is not intended for linguists, for whom the material presented would be totally elementary; rather, it is intended for readers who would like to know something about the English language and how it came to be.< Less
Pageantry of the English Language By W. D. Snively, Jr., Donna R. Ruckman, M.A., Editor
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This monograph uses a potpourri of paleontology, archaeology, geography, history, sociology, and linguistics to trace the development of the English language from its early roots to its current... More > status. This volume is not intended for linguists, for whom the material presented would be totally elementary; rather, it is intended for readers who would like to know something about the English language and how it came to be.< Less
The Grammar of English Grammars By Goold Brown
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The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown. The present performance is, so far as the end could be reached, the fulfillment of a design, formed about twenty-seven years ago, of one day... More > presenting to the world, if I might, something like a complete grammar of the English language;—not a mere work of criticism, nor yet a work too tame, indecisive, and uncritical; for, in books of either of these sorts, our libraries already abound;—not a mere philosophical investigation of what is general or universal in grammar, nor yet a minute detail of what forms only a part of our own philology; for either of these plans falls very far short of such a purpose;—not a mere grammatical compend, abstract, or compilation, sorting with other works already before the public; for, in the production of school grammars, the author had early performed his part; and, of small treatises on this subject, we have long had a superabundance rather than a lack.< Less