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  • Apo kapoios pou tora leo tin ellada einai “spiti” ego pou eimai edo yia 15 xronia tora se katalaveno poly oti to poio megalo mathima otan menoume stis xores pou den einai ‘patrida’ einai oti einai entelos ormofoi oi anthropoi pantu!

    Guest post 2 – growing up in Canada « Ken Wilson's Blog

  • Ekana tin apofasi na sou leo afto sta ellinika yiati ti glossa mas mitriki kai aftes tis glosses pou mathenoume meta einai ti kentriki ‘fleva’ na katalavanoume tin istoria mas kai ti sxesi pou exoume me to kosmo mas!

    Guest post 2 – growing up in Canada « Ken Wilson's Blog

  • The MSS. give kai ephe raston einai — “nothing is easier,” he said, “than recovering from sycophants.”

    Memorabilia

  • Scheid.cf. “Pol. Ath.” iii. 9, oste uparkhein demokratian einai.

    On Hunting

  • See Schneider, n. ad loc. exesti de to neo kai kekrimeno eis makhen sunienai kai phaidron einai kai eudokimon. kai parakeleuontai de k.t.l. Zeune, kekrimeno komen, after Plut.

    The Polity of the Athenians and the Lacedaemonians

  • Or, 'maintaining that this,' i.e. its destruction, 'was equivalent to its restoration' (kai touto, tên kathairesin, apodosin einai.).

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • For Aristotle, a definition is "an account which signifies what it is to be for something" (logos ho to ti ên einai sêmainei).

    Aristotle's Logic

  • For [Greek: philosophon plaethos adynaton einai], as your friend Plato has said, and you should not forget it.

    Essays of Schopenhauer

  • Eriugena particularly admires a Dionysian saying from the Celestial Hierarchy (CH iv 1; PG III. 177d1-2): to gar einai panton estin he hyper to einai theotes (˜for the being of all things is the Divinity above being™, III. 686d) which he translates as esse omnium est superesse divinitatis, (˜the being of all things is the super-being of divinity™, III. 686d, I. 443b; see also I. 516c; III. 644b, V. 903c).

    John Scottus Eriugena

  • Harvey takes a different view of it, and supposes the original Greek to have been, kai allas men tes hupostaseos archas einai allas de tes aistheseos kai tes ousias.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

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