Earlier in the century, in Chapter 32 of A Christian and Heavenly Treatise
(1622), entitled "The poisonous tongue," John Abernethy also compared slanderers to "deafe Adders," "a generation of Vipers," "vile Dogs," and "Lions of the Forrest" (466).
A significant value of this book is in its bringing together, for the first time, the two Ravenscroft treatises
--a manuscript given the title "A Treatise
of Practicall Musicke" (1607) and A Briefe Discourse (1612).
Schmitt begins by discussing the reduction of demonstration to probability in Treatise
with TEMPLE OF STONE, I am breaking this treatise
Nadler makes the point that the Treatise
was writ tell for a much broader audience than the work for which Spinoza is best Known, tile Ethics.
In it, Philip Hilton examines the Treatise
of the Hypochondriack and Hysterick Diseases (1730), a satire in the form of a series of dialogues between a doctor and two patients who are suffering mental and discursive inconsistency (depression).
Edwards characterized the legal treatise
as "[t]he paradigm of 'practical' legal scholarship," and listed several "classic examples" of treatises
that answered his concerns.
And, what did Pacioli use as the source for his 1494 treatise
, the earliest known detailed written description of the method, something that has challenged researchers for at least the past 130 years?
Produced by The Florida Bar's Environmental and Land Use Law Section (ELULS), the treatise
covers topics from solid and hazardous waste to preserving historic resources to fish and wildlife to ethics and professionalism.
The speculative treatise
traditionally attempts to get at the reality behind music's sounding surface.
Picarda's leading treatise
fortifies the title's distinction as essential reading for anyone interested in the law of charity.
I do not have in mind parallel treatments of the same biblical text, but explicit references either to an exegetical treatment in another treatise
or to another treatise