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" ... only he made a solemn and severe law against such as should so far degenerate from the dignity of human nature as to think that our souls died with our bodies, or that the world was governed by chance, without a wise overruling Providence... "
Sir Thomas More; a selection from his works, as well in prose as in verse ... - Страница 124
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Utopia: or, The happy republic, tr. by G. Burnet

Thomas More (st.) - 1743
...to believe as they Ihould fee Caufe ; only he made a folemn and fevere Law againft fuch as fhould fo far degenerate from the Dignity of human Nature, as...Souls died with our Bodies, or that the World was foverned by Chance, without a wife over-ruling rovidence: For they did all formerly believe that there...

Utopia, tr. by G. Burnet. To this ed. is added, A short account of sir ...

Thomas More (st.) - 1753
...to believe as they fhould fee Caufe ; only he made a folemn and fcvere Law againft fuch as fhould fo far degenerate from the Dignity of human Nature, as...think that our Souls died with our Bodies, or that the.^Yprld. was governed by Chance, without a wife over,ruling Providence: For they all formerly believed...

Memoirs of the Life of Sir Thomas More: Lord High Chancellor of England, in ...

Ferdinando Warner - 1758 - 230 страници
...free to believe as they fhouldfee caufe; only he made a^ folemn and fevere kw againft fuch as mould fo far degenerate from the dignity of human nature, as to think that our fouls died with our bodies, or that the world was governed by chance, without a wife over-ruling providence....

Memoirs of sir Thomas More, with a new translation of his Utopia, his ...

Thomas More (st.) - 1808
...left men free, to believe as they saw cause ; making only a solemn and severe law against those who should so far degenerate from the dignity of human nature, as to suppose our souls died with our bodies, or that the world was governed by chance, without a wise directing...

Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom

Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain) - 1882
...choked with superstition, as corn is with briars and thorns ; he therefore left men wholly to their liberty, that they might be free to believe as they should see cause," only drawing the line at absolute materialism. That the author of sentiments so lofty and catholic (in the...

Eminent British Statesmen: Sir Thomas More [by Sir J. Mackintosh] Cardinal ...

1831
...but because he thought the interest of religion itself required it. As for those who so far depart from the dignity of human nature as to think that...bodies, or that the world was governed by chance without a wise and over-ruling Providence, the Utopians never raise them to honours or offices, nor employ...

The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...

1834
...choked with superstition, as corn is with briers and thorns. He therefore left men wholly to their liberty, that they might be free to believe as they...or that the world was governed by chance, without a wise overruling Providence. For they all formerly believed that there was a state of rewards and...

Utopia: And History of King Richard III

Saint Thomas More - 1834 - 320 страници
...choked with superstition, as corn is with briers and thorns. He therefore left men wholly to their liberty, that they might be free to believe as they...died with our bodies, or that the world was governed worship to theirs, but condemned all their rites as profane; and cried out against all that adhered...

The Christian Examiner, Том 16

1834
...but because he thought the interest of religion itself required it. As for those, who so far depart from the dignity of human nature as to think that...bodies, or that the world was governed by chance without a wise and over-ruling Providence, the Utopians never raise them to honors or offices, nor employ them...

A memoir of Sir Thomas More: with extracts from his works and letters

Emily Taylor - 1834 - 141 страници
...left men free, to believe as they saw cause : making only a solemn and severe law against those who should so far degenerate from the dignity of human nature, as to suppose our souls died with our bodies ; or that the world was governed by chance, without a wise directing...




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