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  • Yes, there's a lot of information in this stack of literae scriptae, but most of it will never be looked at again, and the rest is largely cryptic: books with tidbits of knowledge I might someday need, but won't know are there.

    Seth Shostak: Burn the Bookcases!

  • Yes, there's a lot of information in this stack of literae scriptae, but most of it will never be looked at again, and the rest is largely cryptic: books with tidbits of knowledge I might someday need, but won't know are there.

    Seth Shostak: Burn the Bookcases!

  • Yes, there's a lot of information in this stack of literae scriptae, but most of it will never be looked at again, and the rest is largely cryptic: books with tidbits of knowledge I might someday need, but won't know are there.

    Seth Shostak: Burn the Bookcases!

  • Yes, there's a lot of information in this stack of literae scriptae, but most of it will never be looked at again, and the rest is largely cryptic: books with tidbits of knowledge I might someday need, but won't know are there.

    Seth Shostak: Burn the Bookcases!

  • Yes, there's a lot of information in this stack of literae scriptae, but most of it will never be looked at again, and the rest is largely cryptic: books with tidbits of knowledge I might someday need, but won't know are there.

    Seth Shostak: Burn the Bookcases!

  • Bosanquet received first class honors in classical moderations (1868) and literae humaniores (1870) and, upon graduation, was elected to a Fellowship of University College, Oxford, over F.H. Bradley.

    My Recycled Soul

  • In 1865 Bradley entered University College, Oxford, as a Scholar, getting a first in classical moderations (Mods) in 1867 but only an unexpected second in literae humaniores (Greats) in 1869.

    Francis Herbert Bradley

  • Olim literae ob homines in precio, nunc sordent ob homines.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • And there is something important in the gentleness of Leo, in his patience and humane treatment of his young and brilliant student; literae humaniores indeed.

    νῦν μοι χάνοι εὐρεῖα χθών

  • And there is something important in the gentleness of Leo, in his patience and humane treatment of his young and brilliant student; literae humaniores indeed.

    Archive 2006-08-01

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