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An Overview of 200 years of Reseach and an outlook.
Danish Yearbook of Philosophy publishes contributions in English, German and French. It mainly publishes articles relating to Danish philosophy, or by authors with ties to Danish philosophy.
This periodical deals from a philological point of view with the Classical Antiquity in general and topics such as history of law and philosophy and the medieval ecclesiastic history. It covers the period from the Greek-Roman Antiquity until the Late Middle Ages.
Deals from a philological point of view with Classical Antiquity in general and topics such as history of law and philosophy and the medieval ecclesiastic history. This work covers the period from the Greco-Roman Antiquity until the Late Middle Ages.
The second volume of The Athenian Ecclesia covers the authors articles on the subject in the period 1983-1989 on the working and functioning of the Athenian assembly. The book covers a variety of elements in the discussion of the Ecclesia, such as politicians, the political organization of Attica, how the assembly met and what and whom it consisted of.
This work analyzes the intellectual and organizational development of the American conservative movement, from an unlikely alliance of scattered voices in the early postwar years to a well-organized political network in the 1960s, ready to conquer the Republican party.
Established in 1987, Tocharian and Indo-European Studies (TIES) is an international scholarly journal with contributions in English, German and French.The journal's central topic is formed by the two closely related languages Tocharian A and B, attested in Central Asian Buddhist manuscripts dating from the second half of the first millennium AD. It focuses on philological and linguistic aspects of Tocharian, and its relation with the other Indo-European languages.
Tocharian and Indo-European Studies is the central publication for the study of two closely related languages, Tocharian A and Tocharian B. Found in many Buddhist manuscripts from central Asia, Tocharian dates back to the second half of the first millennium of the Common Era, though it was not discovered until the twentieth century. Focusing on both philological and linguistic aspects of this language, Tocharian and Indo-European Studies also looks at Tocharian in relationship to other Indo-European languages. Contents of vol. 18: Stefan Zimmer, "Klaus T. Schmidt (28. 4. 1932-7. 2. 2017)" 1; Douglas Q. Adams, "The Tocharian B subjunctive and its Proto-Indo-European antecedents" 19; Ilya B. Itkin & Anna V. Kuritsyna, "Chapter XX of the "Maitreyasamiti-Nat¿aka" and its hellish sufferings: the fragment THT 1308.a" 63; Ilya B. Itkin, Anna V. Kuritsyna & Sergey V. Malyshev, "Tocharian A text THT 1331 and the 'Höllenkapitel' of the 'Maitrisimit nom bitig': some more remarks" 71; Ilya B. Itkin, Sergey V. Malyshev & Jens Wilkens, "THT 1590: Tocharian A Hariscandravadana" 83; Frederik Kortlandt, "On the origin of grammatical gender" 95; Sergey V. Malyshev, "The Tocharian A version of the Mahau¿adha-Jataka" 105; Georges-Jean Pinault, "Current issues in Tocharian etymology and phonology" 127; Peter Zieme, Review of Jens Peter Laut & Jens Wilkens, Alttürkische Handschriften, Teil 3 165; Bernhard Koller, Review of Melanie Malzahn, Michaël Peyrot, Hannes Fellner & Theresa-Susanna Illés (eds.), Tocharian texts in context 175
Danish Yearbook of Philosophy is an international journal that publishes contributions in English, German and French, and particularly relating to Danish philosophy, or by authors with ties to Danish philosophy.