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dorter

(ˈdɔːtə)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) obsolete a dormitory, esp in a monastery or convent
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14) Kenneth Dorter remarks that Socrates "by his own admission, examines only words or images of justice, without attempting to discern justice itself.
The New York community at the screening of the sizzle reel: back row, left to right: producer Peter Gentile ("Hurt"), producer Borga Dorter ("The Waiting Room"), director Brian D.
My dorter been on the list since the last Ice Age but them, soon as they gets yer they're round the office an' before you know it they got their cave" "Yeah," someone shouts back, "in Lisvane, better class of cave, innit.
See also Dorter 1982, Burger 1984, Bacon 1990, Madison 2002, Clayton 2009 and Brann 2011.
1) Flashar 1958 claims that the Ion concerns the sophists; Tigerstedt 1969, poetry and the notion of poetical inspiration; Murray 1996, the authority of poets; LaDriere 1951, the criticism of poetry; and Dorter 1973, art.
In what type of building would you find a scriptorium, a dorter and a cellarium?
A slightly different model is provided by Dorter and Sharkey in their seminal work.
KENNETH DORTER, THE TRANSFORMATION OF PLATO'S REPUBLIC 84 (2006).
Tambien Dorter ve la estructura de la linea reflejada en la estructura de la Republica, aunque diferimos en cuanto a la ubicacion de los diversos niveles correspondientes, cf.
The Republic," Dorter writes, "is Plato's most comprehensive dialogue, but whether it is coherent as well as comprehensive has been the subject of considerable debate.
Then, as now, a legal career could generate a fortune, which in Sir John's case amounted to 'about an hundred thousand pounds', (6) which he employed in building a magnificent house on the site of the old monastic dorter.
Kenneth Dorter, "The Significance of the Speeches in Plato's Symposium", Philosophy and Rhetoric, 2, 1969, pp.