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Arthur Seat
A lion-shaped hill 822 ft., close to Edinburgh on the E., from the top of which the prospect is unrivalled; "the blue, majestic, everlasting ocean, with
Auscultator
name in "sartor resartus," the hero as a man qualified for a profession, but as yet only expectant of employment in it.
Baphomet
A mysterious image, presumed represent Mahomet, which the Templars were accused of worshipping, but which they may rather be surmised to have invoked
Baxter, Richard
An eminent Nonconformist divine, native of Shropshire, at first a conformist, and parish minister of Kidderminster for 19 years; sympathised with the
Bichât, Marie François Xavier
An eminent French anatomist and physiologist; physician to the Hôtel-Dieu, Paris; one of the first to resolve the structure of the human body into,
Blumi`ne
the siren that calypsowise in "sartor" seduced teufelsdröckh at the commencement of his career, but who opened his eyes to see that it is not in sentiment, however fine, that the soul's cravings can find satisfaction.
Bruno, Giordano
A bold and fervid original thinker, born at Nola, in Italy; a Dominican monk, quitted his monastery, in fact, was for heterodoxy obliged to flee from
Byron, George Gordon, Sixth Lord
An English poet, born in London, son of Captain Byron of the Guards, and Catherine Gordon of Gight, Aberdeenshire; spent his boyhood at Aberdeen under
Carlyle, Thomas
Born in the village of Ecclefechan, Annandale, Dumfriesshire; son of James Carlyle, a stone-mason, and afterwards a small farmer, a man of great force,
Christianity
Belief (q. v .) that there is in Christ, as in no other, from first to last a living incarnation, a flesh and blood embodiment, for salvation of the
Clothes
carlyle's name in "sartor resartus" for the guises which the spirit, especially of man, weaves for itself and wears, and by which it both conceals itself in shame and reveals itself in grace.
Craigenputtock
A craig or whinstone hill of the puttocks (small hawks), "a high moorland farm on the watershed between Dumfriesshire and Galloway, 10 m. from Dumfries,"
Dennis, John
A would-be dramatist and critic, born in London, in constant broils with the wits of his time; his productions were worth little, and he is chiefly remembered
Diogenes the Cynic
Born in Sinope, in Pontus, came to Athens, was attracted to Antisthenes (q. v .) and became a disciple, and a sansculotte of the first water; dressed
Dumbdrudge
an imaginary village referred to in "sartor," where the natives toil and drudge away and say nothing about it, as villagers all over the world used contentedly to do, and did for most part, at the time "sartor" was written, though less so now.
Eleatics
A school of philosophy in Greece, founded by Xenophanes of Elia, and of which Parmenides and Zeno, both of Elia, were the leading adherents and advocates,
Encyclopedist
generally a man of encyclopedic knowledge, or who conducts or contributes to an encyclopædia; specially one who has, as the french encyclopedists, an overweening, false, and illusory estimate of the moral worth and civilising power of such knowledge. see carlyle's "sartor," bk. i. chap. 10, on the "encyclopedic head."
Esprit Des Lois
e . the spirit of laws), the title of montesquieu's great work, at once speculative and historical, published in 1748, characterised in "sartor" as the work, like many others, of "a clever infant spelling letters from a hieroglyphic book the lexicon of which lies in eternity, in heaven."
Ewige Jude
the everlasting jew, the german name for the wandering jew.
Fox, George
The first of the Quakers, born at Drayton, Leicestershire; son of a poor weaver, and till his twentieth year plied the trade of a shoemaker; conceived,
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