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Gymnasia

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Gymnasia is a fictional character from the 1966 film A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

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"Gymnasia" is a musical album of The Show is the Rainbow.

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Google previewCounseling Youth (2006)

by Tina Besley

The gymnasia is a physical training experience that may involve physical privation, hardship, purification rituals, ...

Google previewFoucault and Heidegger (2003)

Critical Encounters by Alan Milchman, Alan Rosenberg

Melete is a term used in rhetoric to indicate the "work of preparing a discourse" or "an improvisation"; gymnasia is an activity in a real situation including sexual abstinence and physical privation. See Michel Foucault, Technologies of the Self: A ...

Google previewWhy Foucault? (2007)

New Directions in Educational Research by Michael A. Peters, Tina Besley

The gymnasia is a physical training experience that may involve physical privation, hardship, purification rituals and sexual abstinence. Foucault (1988b) remarks that despite being a popular practice, the Stoics where mostly critical and ...

Google previewCrossover Queries (2006)

Dwelling with Negatives, Embodying Philosophy's Others by Edith Wyschogrod

Melete is a term used in rhetoric to indicate the "work of preparing a discourse" or "an improvisation '; gymnasia is an activity in a real situation, including sexual abstinence and physical privation. See 7',S\ 36—37. 7. For a description of these ...

Google previewThe Nineteenth Century (1899)

To these latter the movement which has set up in all the colleges of America, men's and women's alike, huge and well appointed gymnasia is an enormous benefit. In the baths under the gymnasium at Harvard, men are as careless of the ...

Google previewThe Twentieth Century (1899)

To these latter the movement which has set up in all the colleges of America, men's and women's alike, huge and well appointed gymnasia is an enormous benefit. In the baths under the gymnasium at Harvard, men are as careless of the ...

Google previewDictionary of New Testament Background (2010)

A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship by Craig A. Evans, Stanley E. Porter, Jr.

GYMNASIA. AND. BATHS. The gymnasium, a Greek institution that seems to have existed as far back as early classical times, went through various changes in its millenniumlong history. During Greek and *Hellenistic times, the gymnasium ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Classical Philosophy (2013)

by Donald J. Zeyl

gymnasia spaces were laid out more formally and became more extensively developed as sites for individual exercise and recreation, for athletic practice and competition, and for military drills associated ...

Google previewIllustrated Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece (2002)

by Sean Sheehan

Gymnasium The gymnasium (plural gymnasia) was an open-air sports ground. Gymnasia first appeared in the 6th century bc for the use of male citizens: men and boys. They played an important part in Greek life and education because of the ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge. [With] Supp (1816)

by Encyclopaedia Perthensis

Gymnasia were first used at Lacedaemon, but were afterwards common in all parts of Greece; and imitated, augmented, and improved, at Rome. There were 3 principal gymnasia at Athens; the Academy, the Lyceum, andthe Cynosat-ges.

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The value of this 8-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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