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By Stephen Houlgate

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This vintage advent to at least one of the main influential glossy thinkers, G.W.F. Hegel (1770-1831), has now been up-to-date and multiplied to make it much more finished.

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HUMBERT, J. Les Plaidoyers ecrits et les plaidoiries reelles de Ciceron. Paris, 1925. KARSTEN, H. T. Spicilegium Criticum. Leiden, 1881. KAYSER, C. L. Heidelberger jalzrbücher der Literatur 1870, pp. 417-29 (a review of Oetling and Wrampelmeyer). KLOTZ, A. Zur Kritik einiger Ciceronischer Reden (Rheinisches Museum NF, lxvii, 1912, pp. 358--90). --Der neue Ciceropapyrus (Berliner Philologische Wochenschnft 1914, cols. 955-8). MADVIG, J. N. Opuscula Academica, pp. 304-32 (2nd edition). Copenhagen, 1887.

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N8) : isti aetati Pbh : isti aetati atque etiam isti dignitati cetl. ; r8 omnem om. , Naugen·us : potuisti Pe: potuit cett. ; : virilem togam Pu'5 23 existimetis Ernesti 4 PRO M. LIO ORATIO 4 IO Nam quod Catilinae familiaritas obiecta Caelio est, Ionge 1o ab ista suspicione abhorrere debet. Hoc enim adulescente scitis consulatum mecum petisse Catilinam. Ad quem si accessit aut si a me discessit umquam-quamquam multi 5 boni adulescentes illi homini nequam atque improbo studuerunt-tum existimetur Caelius Catilinae nimium familiaris fuisse.

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