An Introduction to Natural Hygiene by Herbert M. Shelton

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Macrobius fortifies this conviction by citing opinions 22 Introduction of Plotinus from the opening chapters of his Enneads. The second quotation, at the beginning of the thirteenth chapter, is Cicero** translation of an immortal passage from Plato's Phacdrus. Cicero was so fond of this passage that he used it again in his Tusculan Disputations. In fact it was always cherished by Platonists as the crux of their aspirations. Chalcidius included his translation of it in his Commentary on Plato's Timacus.

In one passage of five Teubncr pages Macrobius' text follows the Greek text rather closely, with some omissions and additions and very few changes in order. Despite these and other extended borrowings there is little of the uncvenness and irregularity about Macrobius' writings that would «betray a mechanical compiler. For a full discussion of the sources of Macrobius' Saturnalia, sec G. Wissowa, De Macrobii Saturnaliorum fotttibus capita trig; G. Logdberg, In Macrobti Saturnalia adnotationct; CourccUc, pp.

9-10 Macrobius has the audacity to pretend that he has detected a fallacy in the mathematical demonstrations of one of the leading Greek astronomers and mathematicians, Eratosthenes, who in his Ubri dimensionum attempted to determine the relative sizes of the sun and the earth. xx. 11-32) what he asserts to be the correct method of ascertaining their relative sizes, and attributes the method and operations to the ancient Egyptians, although he must have known that they had been performed by the ancient Greeks.

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