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Amar Annus

produced? Indeed, take her to the sea, (or) to the (highest) outcrop of the mountain! Indeed, bind her to a free-standing tamarisk or a lone reed stalk! As surely as a corpse does not have life and a still-born child has never suckled the milk of his mother, may the Daughter-of-Anu like smoke leave town

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Henry Stadhouders and Strahil V. Panayotov

gather, a girl who is not living secluded yet between conjugal walls, or indeed a woman behaving improperly by putting her chastity at risk 57 —, whereas she ought to be housed in a place befitting her preciosity and integrity. The frustrated owner goes on with an address to his share arguing that she

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Brooke Holmes

interest in vegetal life as defined by the capacity to attract nutriment and, thus, to sustain life. In Galen, this self-nourishing form of life comes to define the human at the earliest stage of its development, even as the nature of plant life remains obscure. 1 Introduction It is a widespread

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Courtney Ann Roby

these especially never ceased to present problems for Plotinus, and his treatment is accordingly complex. Porphyry’s Life of Plotinus introduces him as a man who felt shame at being embodied, explains that he was so resistant to having the image of his body preserved after his death that his portrait

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Rune Nyord

. Berlin : Akademie Verlag , 1996 , 13 – 21 . Schmitz , H. “The ‘New Phenomenology.’ ” In Phenomenology World-wide: Foundations—Expanding Dynamics—Life-Engagements. A Guide for Research and Study , ed. A.-T. Tymieniecka . Dordrecht : Kluwer , 2003 , 491 – 494 . Scott , M

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J. Cale Johnson

together the marshlands, making young and old reeds grow there, 14 He made birds and fish live in the pools and lagoons …, 15 He gave … all kinds of living creatures as their sustenance, 16 … placed them in charge of this abundance of the gods. As an introduction to a debate between a bird and