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“Gentiles, belonging to one Tyrannus, or a retiring place (for so the word schole sometimes signifies) belonging to a principal man or governor of the city; some convenient place it was, which Paul and the disciples had the use of, either for love or money.”
“Leisure in the sense intended by Aristotle--the Greek word is schole, whence our word "school"--meant the opposite of "downtime.”
“Thei are neither giuen to contemplacion ne yet schole study.”
“Imitation is broadened so that its validity is not constrained within the limits of the “real”; and one key concept introduced by Aristotle to vindicate man's existence is “leisure” (schole).”
“SEneca the famous Poete & Philosopher, was schole - maister to Nero, who brought hym vp in all nobili - tie of learnyng, mete for his state: though that Nero was wickedlie of nature disposed, as his beastlie gouerne - ment sheweth, yet wickednes in him, was by the seueritie of”
A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike because all other partes of Rhetorike are grounded thereupon, euery parte sette forthe in an Oracion vpon questions, verie profitable to bee knowen and redde
“Barbarians remained still in his reputation, that one in the schole, this other in Courts of Princes more ordinary and allowable.”
“I meane the woordes, of that well learned wighte, in open audience to pronounce, and by this booke, to suche elected sort for to declame: but loth for to offende, as one well bet in mariage schole, I must, _a pœna”
“As the virgine was going to schole in the Forum, the said Claudius, the minister of mischief, layd handes vpon her, claimed her to be his bondwoman, for that she was borne of a seruile woman, and commaunded her to folow him.”
“Parish and the countrie therabouts, of ministers also at ther metinge and of schole maisters and others that seek for learninge and knowledge, above six hundreth bookes, and some other such things as I thought might helpe for their delight, and refresh students, as globes mappes pictures and some other things not every wheare to bee seene.”
“A yong Ientleman, thus bred vp in this goodly schole, to learne the next and readie way to sinne, to haue a busie head,”
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from Ivan Illich's In the Vineyard of the Text - a commentary on the transition from a oral tradition to a text tradition of reading in the 12th century, and varied other discourses of Illich on a...
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