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  • Title: Plutarch's Morals, Vol. 5: Translated from the Greek by Several Hands (Classic Reprint)
  • Author: William Watson Goodwin
  • ISBN: 9781330512906
  • Page: 200
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  • Plutarch's Morals, Vol. 5: Translated from the Greek by Several Hands (Classic Reprint) By William Watson Goodwin Excerpt from Plutarch s Morals, Vol 5 Translated From the Greek by Several HandsThe very idea of eating the carcasses of slain animals is repulsive, 3 Who could have begun the practice, but from the direst necessity 21 4 Men must have been driven to the deed Of slaying animals for food, because the supply of food from the vegetable world had utterly failed, 4, 5 We hExcerpt from Plutarch s Morals, Vol 5 Translated From the Greek by Several HandsThe very idea of eating the carcasses of slain animals is repulsive, 3 Who could have begun the practice, but from the direst necessity 21 4 Men must have been driven to the deed Of slaying animals for food, because the supply of food from the vegetable world had utterly failed, 4, 5 We have no such necessity, 5 Man is not by nature a carnivorous animal, 7 Our conduct in slaying animals and then preparing them for food is wholly against nature, 8 Animal food is injurious it clogs and confuses the mind and renders it stupid, 9 It Operates unfavorably on character, 9, 10 If we must eat esh, let it be with sorrow and pity not tormenting and abusing the poor animal before taking its life, 11 Pass ing the bounds of nature in our feeding, intemperate appetites and shameful lusts are gratified, 12 Cruelty to mankind is induced, 12 Animals have senses they have faculties for seeing, hearing, understanding is it right to extinguish these faculties 13 Who knows but the bodies of animals may contain the souls of deceased men of a father, brother, son, or other friend 14.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooksThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten Books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
    William Watson Goodwin
    William Watson Goodwin, American classical scholar, was born in Concord, Massachusetts.He graduated at Harvard in 1851, studied in Germany, was tutor in Greek at Harvard in 1856 1860, and Eliot professor of Greek there from 1860 until his resignation in 1901 He became an overseer of Harvard in 1903 In 1882 1883 he was the first director of the American School for Classical Studies at Athens.Goodwin edited the Panegyricus of Isocrates 1864 and Demosthenes On The Crown 1901 and assisted in preparing the seventh edition of Liddell and Scott s Greek English Lexicon He revised an English version by several writers of Plutarch s Morals 5 vols, 1871 6th ed 1889 , and published the Greek text with literal English version of Aeschylus Agamemnon 1906 for the Harvard production of that play in June 1906.As a teacher he did much to raise the tone of classical reading from that of a mechanical exercise to literary study But his most important work was his Syntax of the Moods and Tenses of the Greek Verb 1860 , of which the seventh revised edition appeared in 1877 and another enlarged in 1890 This was based in part on Madvig and Kr ger, but, besides making accessible to American students the works of these continental grammarians, it presented original matter, including a radical innovation in the classification of conditional sentences, notably the distinction between particular and general suppositions Goodwin s Greek Grammar elementary edition, 1870.enlarged 1879 revised and enlarged 1892 gradually superseded in most American schools the Grammar of Hadley and Allen Both the Moods and Tenses and the Grammar in later editions are largely dependent on the theories of Gildersleeve for additions and changes.Goodwin also wrote a few elaborate syntactical studies, to be found in Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, the twelfth volume of which was dedicated to him upon the completion of fifty years as an alumnus of Harvard and forty one years as Eliot professor.

    Plutarch's Morals, Vol. 5: Translated from the Greek by Several Hands (Classic Reprint) By William Watson Goodwin

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