Fb2 Commentary of Hierocles on the Golden Verses of Pythagoras ePub
by Andre Dacier,N. Rowe
|Author:||Andre Dacier,N. Rowe|
|Publisher:||Kessinger Publishing, LLC (May 4, 2005)|
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1. First worship the Immortal Gods, as they are established and ordained by the Law. 2. Reverence the Oath, and next the Heroes, full of goodness and light. 4. Honour likewise your parents, and those most nearly related to you.
The remainder of the book takes you verse by verse into the interpretation an. .
and 450 while he occupied the successor's chair of the The Golden Verses constitute the oldest extant Pythagorean teaching. Delivered by Pythagoras (6th century . and codified by his disciples, they convey the essential core of the exemplary way of life he initiated at Crotona. He shows how Pythagoras, in his opinion, used the Golden Verses to convey much more than was written. Or should I say Lysis, one of his students, did. The remainder of the book takes you verse by verse into the interpretation and extrapolation of Olivets's interpretation of the Verses.
From the French of Andre Dacier, Done into English by N. Rowe (1707) Bibliographic Details. Rowe (1707). OCCULT; MYSTICISM; PHILOSOPHY; ESOTERIC; NEW AGE; HERMETIC; ARCANE; TRANSCENDENTAL; THEOSOPHY; PYTHAGORAS; PLATO OCC 1, OCC 8. Bookseller Inventory 137OCC1. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Theosophical Publishing Society, London: 1906. Publication Date: 1906.
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From the French of André Dacier done into English by N. Rowe. by Hierocles of Alexandria. Published 1971 by Theosophical Pub. House in London.
The Golden Verses Of Pythagoras . Both Hall's translation from the Greek (1657), and Rowe's translation from the French of André Dacier (1707), have been used in reproducing the Golden Verses of Pythagoras, but Dacier's version has been almost exclusively followed, being clearer and more intelligible.
The Golden Verses are exhortations to live a moral, simple and contemplative life. These pithy aphorisms allow a glimpse of a bit of the Pythagorean schools' deeper knowledge. The present volume was published to provide students of philosophy who value the Golden Verses and are seeking to understand and learn from them.
Hardcover published July 2007. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.