Göteborgs universitets årsskrift, Volumes 8-10

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Vol. 1-60 include "Göteborgs Högskolas årsredogörelse" 1894/95-1952/53.
 

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Page 42 - Hippodamia rotis ; 20 sed facies aderat nullis obnoxia gemmis, qualis Apelleis est color in tabulis.
Page 43 - Qualis et unde genus, qui sint mihi, Tulle, Penates, Quaeris pro nostra semper amicitia. Si Perusina tibi patriae sunt nota sepulcra, Italiae duris funera temporibus, Cum Romana suos egit discordia cives...
Page 12 - Metaphysik: suchet durch sichere innere Erfahrung, di ein unmittelbares augenscheinliches Bewusstsein diejenigen Merkmale auf, die gewiss im Begriffe von irgend einer allgemeinen Beschaffenheit liegen, und ob ihr gleich das ganze Wesen der Sache nicht kennt, so könnt ihr euch doch derselben sicher bedienen, um Vieles in dem Dinge daraus herzuleiten.
Page 42 - Uni si qua placet, culta puella sat est; Cum tibi praesertim Phoebus sua carmina donet Aoniamque libens Calliopea lyram, Unica nec desit iocundis gratia verbis, Omnia quaeque Venus quaeque Minerva probat.
Page 38 - Cynthia prima suis miserum me cepit ocellis Contactum nullis ante cupidinibus. Tum mihi constantis deiecit lumina fastus, Et caput inpositis pressit Amor pedibus, Donec me docuit castas odisse puellas 5 Improbus et nullo vivere consilio.
Page 43 - ... quae modo decerpens tenero pueriliter ungui proposito florem praetulit officio, et modo formosis incumbens nescius undis errorem blandis tardat imaginibus. tandem haurire parat demissis flumina palmis innixus dextro plena trahens umero.
Page 38 - Vos remanete, quibus facili deus adnuit aure, Sitis et in tuto semper amore pares. In me nostra Venus noctes exercet amaras , Et nullo vacuus tempore defit amor.
Page 38 - ... 45 haec ille et si quae miseri novistis amantes, et matutinis obstrepit alitibus. sic ego nunc dominae vitiis et semper amantis fletibus aeterna differor invidia.
Page 15 - ... on the relation of cause and effect. When again it is asked, What is the foundation of all our reasonings and conclusions concerning that relation ? it may be replied in one word, EXPERIENCE. But if we still carry on our sifting humour, and ask, What is the foundation of all conclusions from experience ? this implies a new question, which may be of more difficult solution and explication.
Page 12 - ... nec tibi subiciet carmina serus Amor. tum me non humilem mirabere saepe poetam, tunc ego Romanis praeferar ingeniis ; nec poterunt iuuenes nostro reticere sepulcro ' Ardoris nostri magne poeta, iaces.

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