paralipomena


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paralipomena

(ˌpærəlaɪˈpɒmənə) or

paraleipomena

pl n, sing -non (-nɒn)
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) things added in a supplement to a work
2. (Bible) Old Testament another name for the Books of Chronicles
[C14: via late Latin from Greek paraleipomena, from para-1 (on one side) + leipein to leave]

paralipomena

a supplement to a book or other work containing material previously omitted.
See also: Books
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Particularly fascinating here are Covindassamy's reading of translator's notes and other paralipomena from Baroque and Enlightenment translations of Persian poetry as a form of modern dialogical interface between German readership and original source texts, and Falaki's contention that the poems of Goethe's famous Westostlicher Divan are predicated on a number of productive mistranslations inherited by the poet from Hammer-Purgstall's translations of Hafis.
We are then treated to the paralipomena "Latanoprost Variations (Abandoned)" in the tripartite third to fifth section.
Destacamos, nesse quadro, o terceiro capitulo do Livro II dos Ensaios (1580) de Montaigne (2008), e principalmente o ensaio 'Sobre o suicidio', capitulo 13 da obra Parerga e Paralipomena (1851), de Schopenhauer (2008).
Piu in medias res in materia ottica, Antoni Malet, partendo dalla pubblicazione nel 1557, per le cure di Jean Pena, degli Euclidis Optica et Catoptrica e dall'eredita del lascito, conosciuto o in traduzione latina o nella versione di Erazmus Ciolek Witelo, di Ibn Al Haytham, mette a fuoco analogie e differenze tra i risultati del Vicano e alcune teorie di Keplero, espresse nei Ad Vitellionem paralipomena e nel Dioptice (rispettivamente del 1604 e del 1611).
Michael Lorenz musicological trifles and biographical paralipomena [Internet]; 2012.
Schopenhauer, A., Parerga y Paralipomena I, traduccion, introduccion y notas de Pilar Lopez de Santa Maria, Madrid: Trotta, 2006.
He continues: "For he [God] is the Creator not of the world only, but of possibility itself; and, therefore, he ought to have so ordered possibility as that it would admit of something better." Arthur Schopenhauer, "On the Sufferings of the World," in Parerga and Paralipomena: A Collection of Philosophical Essays, trans.
In 1851 he published Parerga and Paralipomena (9), which means 'complementary works and matters omitted'.
En la tercera parte nos encontramos con un unico texto titulado "Paralipomena".
Arthur Schopenhauer, en un lugar en principio tan poco imaginable como el "Ensayo sobre las visiones de fantasmas" (dentro de Parerga und Paralipomena, 1851), nos dice que las cosas desempenan un papel inequivoco de nexus idearum.
Schopenhauer, A., 1986, Parerga und Paralipomena II, Obras completas en cinco tomos, t.
Beazley, Paralipomena: Additions to Attic Black-figure Vase-painters and to Attic Red-figure Vase-painters, 2nd ed.