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|Cicero. Born, B.C. 106 ; died, B.C. 43. Belief in a God Universal. " Nature |
herself has imprinted on the minds of all the idea of a God. For what nation or
race of men is. there that has not, even without being taught, some idea of a God
? " (Nat.
|-Orgel's Second Rule Nature herself has imprinted on the minds of all, the idea of |
God. -Cicero All questions about life have the same answer: Natural Selection. -
Henry Bennet-Clark Providing that one has the courage to ask questions, to be ...
|The nature of God is a circle which The centre is everywhere, and the |
circumference Is nowhere. Anonymous God is ... I believe Cicero when he said,
Nature, herself, has imprint on the mind of all the idea of God. However, I
observe the ...
|For to swear falsely is not at all times to be accounted perjury, but not to perform |
that which you have sworn according to the intentions of your mind " ex animi
tui sententia ... Nature herself has imprinted on the minds of all the idea of a God.
|GOD. God is incapable of doing anything which is unworthy of a pure and happy |
nature. Dionysius. As a state ought to ... Nature herself has imprinted on the
minds of all the idea of a God ; for what nation or race of men is there that has not,
|In my view, the cylinder, the cube, the cone, the pyramid are more beautiful. ... He |
was the only person to realize first, that gods exist because nature herself has
imprinted the conception of them in the minds of all for what nation or category
|In contrast to Augustine, who deploys the notion in much the same manner as |
Calvin, Thomas puts it to quite a different use. ... first, that the gods exist, because
nature herself has imprinted a conception of them on the minds of all mankind
|'Anyone who considers how rash and foolish are all these beliefs ought to admire |
Epicurus and to include him in the list of ... He alone saw that gods must exist
because nature herself has imprinted an idea of them in the minds of all mankind.
|"Epistemology" refers to the sources of our knowledge; "physics," to the nature of |
God; and "ethics," to the life of virtue or vice ... first, that the gods exist, because
nature herself has imprinted a conception of them on the minds of all mankind.
|it is a concept pushed in the mind by the forces of nature, forces that the |
weaknesses of the mind cannot really ... here is to refuse gods, Epicurus thinks
also that "nature herself has imprinted the conception of them in all men's mind" (