Shakespeare's Philosophical Patterns

Shakespeare's Philosophical Patterns

Shakespeare's Philosophical Patterns

Shakespeare's Philosophical Patterns

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An expression of my appreciation is due to the editors of the North Carolina Studies in Philology, the Journal of English and Germanic Philology, and Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen for their very courteous leave to reprint here, with some revision and corrections, the subject-matter of, respectively, Chapters II-III, IV, and VI. I am also greatly indebted to the kindness of the following publishers: namely, to the Macmillan Company for the privilege of quoting and basing arguments upon W. Windelband's A History of Philosophy (trans. J. H. Tufts), A. C. Bradley Shakespearean Tragedy, and J. Lewis McIntyre Giordano Bruno; to Messers Longmans, Green and Company for permission to use as herein indicated Maurice De Wulf History of Mediaeval Philosophy (trans. E. C. Messenger), Eduard Zeller The Stoics, Epicureans and Sceptics (trans. O. J. Reichel), and William Ralph Inge The Philosophy of Plotinus; to Messers Henry Holt and Company for liberty granted to reproduce Pico della Mirandola's Oration on the Dignity of Man and a Letter to Ermolao Barbaro, from John Addington Symond's Renaissance in Italy; and to Messers Burns, Oates & Washbourne for the right to quote . . .

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