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" What prepossession, what blindness must it be to compare the son of Sophronicus to the son of Mary! What an infinite disproportion there is between them! Socrates dying without pain or ignominy, easily supported his character to the last; and if his death,... "
Lectures in Defence of Divine Revelation: Delivered at the Universalist ... - Página 230
por David Pickering - 1831 - 240 páginas
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Emilius: Or, A Treatise of Education, Volumen2

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1768
...without pain or ignominy, eafiiy fupported his character to the laft. ; and if his death, however eafy, had not crowned his life, it might have been doubted whether Socrates, with all his wifdom, was any thing more than a vain Sophift. He invented, it is faid, the theory of morals. Others,...
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Emilius and Sophia: Or, A New System of Education, Volumen3

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1783
...without pain or ignominy, eafily, fupported his character to the laft, and if his death, however eafy, had not* crowned .his life, it might have been doubted whether Socrates, with all his wifdom, was any thing more than a vain fophift. He invented, it is faid, the theory of morals. Others,...
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Antidote to deism. The deist unmasked; or, An ample refutation of all the ...

Uzal Ogden - 1795
...without pains or ignominy, eafily fupportedi his character to the lali ; but if his death, however eafy, had not crowned his life, it might have been doubted whether Socrates, with all his wifdom, was. any tiling more than a vain fophifl>. He invented1, it is faid, the theory of morals....
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The Universalist's Miscellany, Or, Philanthropist's Museum, Volumen1

1797
...without pain or ignominy, eafily fupported his character to the lafl ; and if his death, however eafy, had not crowned his life, it might have been doubted whether Socrates, with all his wifdom, was any thing more than a vain fophift. He invented, it is faid, the theory of morals. Others,...
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The champions of truth, or, Defenders of revelation, selected from Beattie ...

Champions - 1800
...fupports his character to the " lull; and unlefs that eafy fpecies of death had " reflected honor on his life, it might have been '* doubted whether Socrates, with all his fuperior " powers, were any more than a fophift. He was " the inventor we are told, of morrality. Others...
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A Plea for Religion and the Sacred Writings: Addressed to the Disciples of ...

David Simpson - 1803 - 351 páginas
...between them ! SOCRATES dying without pain or ignominy easily supported his character to the last ; and if his death, however easy, had not crowned his life, it might have been doubted whether SOCRATES, v/ith all his wisdom, was any thing more than a vain sophist. He inTented, it is said, the theory of...
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A Plea for Religion and the Sacred Writings: Addressed to the Disciples of ...

David Simpson - 1810 - 345 páginas
...between them } SOCRATES, dying without pain or ignominy, easily supported his character to the last ; and if his death, however easy, had not crowned his life,...doubted whether SOCRATES, with all his wisdom, was any thin? more than a vain sophist. He invented, it is said, the theory of morals. Others, however, had...
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1835
...between them ! Socrates dying without pain or ignominy, easily supported his character to the last : and if his death, however easy, had not crowned his life,...doubted whether Socrates, with all his wisdom, was anything more than a vain sophist. He invented, it is said, the theory of morals. Others, however,...
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An essay on the divine authority of the New Testament

David Bogue - 1817 - 252 páginas
...ccmpafs of human litera. eafily fuf ported bis ckarafier to tie hft ; aiid if his death, however eafy had not crowned his life, it might have been doubted whether Socrates, 'with all his wifdom, was any thing more than a vain fophift. He invented, it is faid, the theory tof morals. Others,...
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The Vicar of Llandovery; Or, Light from the Welshman's Candle. [Being ...

Rees PRICHARD, Rhys Prichard - 1821 - 240 páginas
...between,tbem? Socrates, dying without pain or ignominy, easily supported his character to the last; and if iiis death, however 'easy, had* not crowned his life; It...however, had before put them in practice ; he had only to say'therefore what they had done, and to reduce their examples to precepts. Aristides had been just...
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