396–314 b.c, greek philosopher.
historical examples

an enquiry concerning human understanding david hume
the history of prost-tution william w. sanger
plutarch’s morals plutarch
the history of sandford and merton thomas day
pagan origin of partialist doctrines john claudius pitrat
encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 2, slice 5 various
encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 9, slice 6 various
curiosities of medical experience j. g. (john gideon) millingen
familiar quotations john bartlett
horace william tuckwell

?396–314 bc, greek platonic philosopher

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