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year"s work in classical studies, 1927-1928.

Owen, S. G.

year"s work in classical studies, 1927-1928.

by Owen, S. G.

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of the Association (post free). They may also obtain 7he Year's Work in C/assical Studies and the Classical ReZ'lic', and Classical/ ()mrerly at reduced prices, provided that the subscriptions be paid before January 31st in each year. Subscriptions sent in later than that .   This paper compares Leontief's PhD thesis and Sraffa's work in Cambridge in – as reconstructed from Sraffa's unpublished papers. Both authors showed that relative prices and the interest rate can be determined exclusively in terms of the observable amounts of commodities produced and used up during a year – without any Cited by:

The School of Fine Arts, started in , and the School of Classical Studies, known as the American School of Classical Studies in Rome, , are schools within the American Academy in Rome. Chester Holines Aldrich () architect, director of Academy Amey Aldrich (d) his sister, Smith College class of Year's Work in Classical Studies I have also examined complete runs of the Cambridge Review and Oxford Magazine, up to for In the work of the Cambridge Ritualists, Frazer's influence transformed the field of classics. (): Jane Ellen Harrison.

distortion between one who engenders and one who studies. Two Juridical Epistemologies Many years ago, Karl Llewellyn said that studies regarding scientific knowledge were interesting for juridical theory.7 Today, American legal thought is accustomed to juridical epistemology, the study of which. T. E. Lawrence, Foreword to Arabia Felix, by Bertram Thomas (London, Jonathan Cape, , pp. xv-xviii) Thomas shocked me when he asked for a foreword to his great journey-book, not because introductions put me off (he may as reasonably enjoy them, perhaps) but because he had recourse to me.


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