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The Etymologies of Isidore of Seville [Paperback]

Stephen A. Barney , W. J. Lewis , J. A. Beach , Oliver Berghof

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i. Discipline and art (De disciplina et arte) 1. A discipline (disciplina) takes its name from 'learning' (discere), whence it can also be called 'knowledge' (scientia). Read the first page
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