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" Superstitiousness, I need hardly say, would seem to be a sort of cowardice with respect to the divine; and your Superstitious man such as will not sally forth for the day till he have washed his hands and sprinkled himself at the Nine Springs, and put... "
One Hundred and One Botanists - Página 7
por Duane Isely - 2002 - 351 páginas
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Religion Grecque

Louise Bruit Zaidman, Pauline Schmitt Pantel - 1992 - 278 páginas
...piety. Hence the satirical portrait drawn by Theophrastos of the deisidaimân or Superstitious Man who ‘will not sally forth for the day till he have washed...a bit of bay-leaf from a temple in his mouth. And if a polecat cross his path he will not proceed on his way till someone else be gone by, or he have...
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Personality Disorders and Culture: Clinical and Conceptual Interactions

Renato D. Alarcón, Edward F. Foulks, Mark Vakkur - 1998 - 310 páginas
...in excess of the usual. Quoting Theophrastus, such a person: . . . would seem to be a sort of coward with respect to the divine; and your Superstitious...a bit of bay-leaf from a temple in his mouth. And if a cat cross his path he will not proceed on his way till someone else be gone by, or he have cast...
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In Search of Personal Welfare: A View of Ancient Chinese Religion

Mu-chou Poo, Poo Mu-Chou, Muzhou Pu - 1998 - 331 páginas
...comparative point of view. Chapter 8 ______________________________ PopMIc¿' ReIi¿iosHy c¿d )fs C¿ifics Superstitiousness, I need hardly say, would seem to...sort of cowardice with respect to the divine.' And herein is a proof that God has given the art of divination not to the wisdom, but to the foolishness...
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In Search of Personal Welfare: A View of Ancient Chinese Religion

Mu-chou Poo, Muzhou Pu - 1998 - 331 páginas
...a comparative point of view. Chapter 8 Popt¿tIcw Religiosily avid )-Fs Cv'ifics Superatitiousness, I need hardly say, would seem to be a sort of cowardice with respect to the divine.' And herein is a proof that God ha, given the art of divination not to the wisdom, but to the foolishness...
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The Biology of Belief: How Our Biology Biases Our Beliefs and Perceptions

Joseph Giovannoli - 2000 - 349 páginas
...which Theophrastus, successor to Aristotle, summarized in one of his Characters ,¿ Superstitiousness would seem to be a sort of cowardice with respect to the divine.... Your Superstitious Man will not sally forth for the day till he have washed his hands and sprinkled...
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