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Please forward this error screen to nativespace-draco. Jump to navigation Jump to search For other people with the oriental Basics PDF name, see William Jones. Anglesey in Wales, noted for introducing the use of the symbol π. Jones‘ father died when he was aged three, and his mother Mary Nix Jones raised him.

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He was sent to Harrow School in September 1753 and then went on to University College, Oxford. He graduated there in 1768 and became M. In 1770, Jones joined the Middle Temple and studied law for three years, a preliminary to his life-work in India. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society on 30 April 1772. Jones was a radical political thinker, a friend of American independence.

Over the next ten years he would produce a flood of works on India, launching the modern study of the subcontinent in virtually every social science. He also wrote on the local laws, music, literature, botany, and geography, and made the first English translations of several important works of Indian literature. He died in Calcutta on 27 April 1794 at the age of 47 and is buried in South Park Street Cemetery. Jones is known today for making and propagating the observation about genetic relation between the Indo-European languages. This common source came to be known as Proto-Indo-European. Jones was the first to propose a racial division of India involving an Aryan invasion but at that time there was insufficient evidence to support it.

It was an idea later taken up by British administrators such as Herbert Hope Risley but remains disputed today. Jones also propounded theories that might appear peculiar today but were less so in his time. For example, he believed that Egyptian priests had migrated and settled down in India in prehistoric times. He also posited that the Chinese were originally Hindus belonging to the Kshatriya caste. In 1763, at the age of 17, Jones wrote the poem Caissa, based on a 658-line poem called „Scacchia, Ludus“ published in 1527 by Marco Girolamo Vida, giving a mythical origin of chess that has become well known in the chess world. This poem he wrote in English. In the poem the nymph Caissa initially repels the advances of Mars, the god of war.

Spurned, Mars seeks the aid of the god of sport, who creates the game of chess as a gift for Mars to win Caissa’s favour. Mars wins her over with the game. Caissa has since been characterised as the „goddess“ of chess, her name being used in several contexts in modern chess playing. Schopenhauer used Jones’s authority to relate the basic principle of his philosophy to what was, according to Jones, the most important underlying proposition of Vedânta. He made more passing reference to Sir William Jones’s writings elsewhere in his works.

Edgar Allan Poe’s short story „Berenice“ starts with a motto, the first half of a poem, by Ibn Zaiat: Dicebant mihi sodales si sepulchrum amicae visitarem, curas meas aliquantulum fore levatas. Dixi autem, an ideo aliud praeter hoc pectus habet sepulchrum? My companions said to me, if I would visit the grave of my friend, I might somewhat alleviate my worries. I answered „could she be buried elsewhere than in my heart?

Traduite d’un manuscrit persan, par ordre de Sa majesté le roi de Dannemark. Avec des notes chronologiques, historiques, géographiques. Et un traité sur la poésie orientale, par Mr. English as The history of the life of Nader Shah: King of Persia. Poems consisting chiefly of translations from the Asiatick languages: To which are added two essays, I. On the poetry of the Eastern nations.

An ode, in imitation of Callistratus: sung by Mr. William Jones, A speech of William Jones, Esq: to the assembled inhabitants of the counties of Middlesex and Surry, the cities of London and Westminster, and the borough of Southwark. William Davies Shipley, The whole of the proceedings at the assizes at Shrewsbury, Aug. 6, 1784: in the cause of the King on Friday August the sixth, 1784, in the cause of the King on the prosecution of William Jones, attorney-at-law, against the Rev.

William Davies Shipley, Dean of St. William Davies Shipley, The whole proceedings on the trial of the indictment: the King, on the prosecution of William Jones, gentleman, against the Rev. Asaph, for a libel, at the assize at Shrewsbury, on Friday the 6th of August, 1784, before the Hon. A dissertation on the orthography of Asiatick words in Roman letters“. William Jones, Institutes of Hindu law: or, the ordinances of Menu, according to the gloss of Cullúca.