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BNP 143-6r

c. 1919

Possible articles by Thomas Crosse (or some such):

A conspectus of the Columbus theories (see what
the recent Italian re-Genoa one says).
Diogo Pires, otherwise Solomon Molcho.
The Myth of King Sebastian.
Biomancy (fairly large big article)
Sophistry, or Curious Proofs and Arguments: from
the Greek Sophists
(v. Funck-Brentano, Les
Sophistes Grecs
) through medieval sophists
and schoolmen, to modern sophists, includ-
ing such theses as Comme Quoi Napoléon)
(See whether some idea can be obtained of
Whately’s Historic Doubts). (This article
can be divided into two – one on Sophistry
Proper, the other on Curious Proofs and Ar-
guments).
Singularities of Language.
(Historia tragico-Maritima) (or translate perhaps).
Tobacco / Tobacco in Portugal (special) ???
Freemansonry in Portugal (special) ?
Kings that will Return. (the general myth of which
the one of King Sebastian is a particular
case).
The Epigram. (or a little book choosing them).

Lista datilografada, publicada em A Demonstração do Indemonstrável (2011, 78-79).

  • Names

    • Christopher Columbus
    • Diogo Pires
    • Solomon Molcho
    • King Sebastian
    • Napoleon Napoleão
    • Thomas Crosse
    • Théophile Funck-Brentano

    Titles

    • A conspectus of the Columbus theories
    • Biomancy
    • Comme Quoi Napoléon
    • Freemansonry in Portugal
    • Historia tragico-Maritima
    • Kings that will Return
    • Les Sophistes Grecs
    • Singularities of Language
    • Sophistry, or Curious Proofs and Arguments: from the Greek Sophists
    • The Epigram
    • The Myth of King Sebastian
    • Tobacco / Tobacco in Portugal
    • Whately’s Historic Doubts