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vol. 51, 2003:

zeszyt 3 [Filologia klaszyczna]:

Pamięci nieodżałowanego kolegi i nauczyciela Prof. Dra hab. Michała Kaczmarowskiego

  • Śp. Profesor Michał Kaczmarowski (24 IX 1934 – 26 III 2003), s. 5-7
  • Bibliografia prac Michała Kaczmarowskiego za lata 1963-2003, opr. Małgorzata Górska, s. 9-17
  • Robert Chodkowski, Reminiscencje ajschylejskie w parodosie” Antygony” Sofoklesa, s. 19–28
  • Małgorzata Górska, Polskie i łacińskie spójniki przyczynowe, s. 27–30
  • Janina Gajda-Krynicka, Pismo/tekst a dialektyka w filozofii platońskiej, s. 29-48
    Marcin Podbielski, Plato’s philosophical definition of katharsis, s. 48-61
  • Katarzyna Kulig, Człowiek wobec czasu u wybranych Presokratyków, s. 63–73
  • Augustyn Eckmann, Obraz Boga w człowieku według świętego Augustyna, s. 75–84
  • Janina Gajda-Krynicka, Metra quaedam Archipoetae, s. 85-106
  • Tatiana Krynicka, Wątki wiosenne w Carmina Burana, s. 107-119
  • Agata Łuka, Nauczyciele, uczeni i poeci w epigramatach Janusa Pannoniusa, s. 121-130
  • Maria Grazia Bajoni, Changing countries: exile and classical influence in Joseph Brodsky, s. 131-138
  • Jan Radwan, Radiviliados II 135-300 (Zdobycie Tarwastu). Opracowanie tekstu, tłumaczenie uwagi Krystyna Stawecka, s. 139-147



 

 

 


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