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Quae Socratis De Diis Et Daemonio Fuerint Opiniones, Et Quae Xenophonti Platonique in Iis Tradendis Fides Adjungenda Sit Explicatur
Bronislaus Cybichowski

Quae Socratis De Diis Et Daemonio Fuerint Opiniones, Et Quae Xenophonti Platonique in Iis Tradendis Fides Adjungenda Sit Explicatur

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Excerpt from Quae Socratis De Diis Et Daemonio Fuerint Opiniones, Et Quae Xenophonti Platonique in Iis Tradendis Fides Adjungenda Sit Explicatur: Dissertatio Inauguralis Philolologica Quam Scripsit Et Amplissimi Philosophorum Ordinis Consensu Et Auctoritate in Academia Viadrina Vratislaviensi Ad Summos in Philosophia Honores Rite Capessendos Die XVI. M. Augusti MDCCCLXX H. XI in Aula Leopoldina Sed alii, sophistarum opinionibus nondum imbuti, non solum omnes Deos populares vere esse credebant sed eos, ut traditum erat a poetis, humanis viti1s crimini busque inquinatos. Ita Euthyphro 1) et Jovem, patrem suum, ligavisse, quod natos devoravisset, et'bellum inter Deos agi inimicitiasque graves et pugnas, et alia hujus generis pro certo habuit. Patrem 'igitur,' reum quod homicidam quendam, donec ab juris perito quid agen dum esset comperiret, in foveam conjectum neglexit, ita ut is moreretur, peragere nihil impium ei visum est, quum nulli prorsus peccanti, quisvis ille esset, parcen dum esset2). Magna certe erat ista Opinionum confusio, quae ne naturales quidem appetitus intactos reliquisset! Verum extitit Socrates, vir suinmo ingenio praeditus, eximiaque morum sanctitate, religione, prudentia, simpli citate excellens, qui se ipsum, Athenienses, rerum statum optime cognovit, suumque esse censuit societatis condi tionem emendare, firmare quae labefactata erant, perversa instaurare; vir denique solus his temporibus idoneus, qui malum, jam altissimis radicibus defixum, evelleret. Quodsi ei totum non successit, si Graecia nihilominus celerrime ad interitum ruebat, perdiditque libertatem, id quidem Socrati crimini dari non potest, sed infaustis conditio nibus potentioribus, quam quibus mortalium quis repu guare posset. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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EDITION
08.01.2018
TYPE
Paperback
ISBN
9780428079062
LANGUAGE
Latin
PAGES
38
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