The Way of the Storyteller

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The Canadian Paediatric Society revisited the matter of neonatal circumcision in 1996. Plato is known for his discussions of justice in the Republic, and Aristotle explicitly discusses economic relations, commerce and trade under the heading of the household in his Politics. It is much to be regretted that the Gothic has not been better preserved. It allows the historian to "keep the forest in view while examining particular trees."< 80 > Herodotus, however, was not able to use such conventions as footnotes or endnotes (or for that matter, pages, chapters, or books).

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Publisher: Penguin Books; Reprint edition (January 27, 1977)

ISBN: 0140044361

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