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" Monac. 195, p. 282. 129. (Herakleitos fittingly called religious rites) cures (for the soul). 130. They purify themselves by defiling themselves with blood, as if one who had stepped into the mud were to wash it off with mud. If any one of men should... "
The First Philosophers of Greece - Страница 55
по Arthur Fairbanks - 1898 - 300 страници
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The First Philosophers of Greece: An Edition and Translation of the ...

Arthur Fairbanks - 1898 - 300 страници
...1400 b 5 and Plutarch, v. infra, p. 78. 131. Diog. Laer. ix. 7. 132. Diog. Laer. ix. 7. Cf. Floril. Monac. 195, p. 282. 129. (Herakleitos fittingly called...houses, for they know not what gods and heroes are. * 130a. If they are gods, why do ye lament them ? And if ye lament them, no longer consider them gods....

The First Philosophers Of Greece

Arthur Fairbanks - 1898
...1400 b 5 and Plutarch, v. infra, p. 78. 131. Diog. Laer. ix. 7. 132. Diog. Laer. ix. 7. Cf. Floril. Monac. 195, p. 282. 129. (Herakleitos fittingly called...houses, for they know not what gods and heroes are. 130a. If they are gods, why do ye lament them ? And if ye lament them, no longer consider them gods....

The First Philosophers of Greece

Arthur Fairbanks - 1898 - 300 страници
...Diog. Laer. ix. 7. 132. Diog. Laer. ix. 7. Of. Floril. Monac. 195, p. 282. 133. Apollonius, Ep. 18. 129. (Herakleitos fittingly called religious rites)...houses, for they know not what gods and heroes are. • 130a. If they are gods, why do ye lament them ? And if ye lament them, no longer consider them...

The First Philosophers of Greece; an Edition and Translation of the ...

Arthur Fairbanks - 1898 - 300 страници
...Diog.Laer. ix. 7. 132. Diog. Laer. ix. 7. Cf. Floril. Monac. 195, p. 282. 133. Apollonius, Ep. 18. 129. (Herakleitos fittingly called religious rites)...houses, for they know not what gods and heroes are. 130a. If they are gods, why do ye lament them ? And if ye lament them, no longer consider them gods....

The First Philosophers of Greece

Arthur Fairbanks - 1898 - 300 страници
...132. Diog. Laer. ix. 7. Cf. Floril. Monac. 195, p. 282. 129. ^Hera,kJeitQS_fittingly called j^ligiqus rites) cures (for the soul). 130. They purify themselves...houses, for they know not what gods and heroes are. 130a. If they are gods, why do ye lament them ? And if ye lament them, no longer consider them gods....

Early Greek Philosophy

John Burnet - 1908 - 433 страници
...the winevat. RP 49. (129, 130) They vainly purify themselves by defiling themselves with blood, just as if one who had stepped into the mud were to wash his feet in mud. Any man who marked him doing thus, would deem him mad. RP 49 a. 66. It will be seen...

History of Philosophy

Alfred Weber, Frank Thilly - 1914 - 630 страници
...kindled and put out." For the popular religion, too, he had nothing but contempt : ' ' They purify themselves with blood, as if one who had stepped into...houses, for they know not what gods and heroes are. ' ' * Heraclitus is impressed with the phenomenon of change and motion ; the Eleatics insist that change...

History of Western Philosophy

Bertrand Russell - 2008 - 928 страници
...keep the feast of the wine-vat. They vainly purify themselves by defiling themselves with blood, just as if one who had stepped into the mud were to wash his feet in mud. Any man who marked him doing this, would deem him mad. Heraclitus believed fire to...
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Society and Nature: A Sociological Inquiry

Hans Kelsen - 1998 - 391 страници
...Eorly Greeh Philowphy, p. 141): "They vainly purify themselves hy defiling themselves with hlood, just as if one who had stepped into the mud were to wash his feet in mud. Any man who marked him doing thus would deem him mad." W. Rohertson Smith, Lesturesou...
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Jews and Medicine: An Epic Saga

Frank Heynick - 2002 - 602 страници
...ritual. ("They [worshipers] vainly purify themselves by defiling themselves with blood," he wrote, "just as if one who had stepped into the mud were to wash his feet in mud. Any man who marked him doing this would deem him mad.") Observing the transformations...
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