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" Consider, then, the particular bounty of God to man in this privilege. He has set him above the necessity of breaking off from nature and Providence at all ; but supposing... "
The Emperor Marcus Antoninus His Conversation with Himself: Together with ... - Page 297
by Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome), André Dacier, Thomas Gataker, Cebes (of Thebes.) - 1708 - 420 pages
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The Emperor-Marcus Antonius: his conversation with himself. together with ...

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Emperors - 1701 - 270 pages
...Neceflity of breaking off from Nature, and Providence at all 3 But fuppofing his Mifcarriage, carriage $ Tis in his power to rejoin the Body, and grow together...all the Powers and Prerogatives of Rational Beings ? • God. From the Soul of the "Univerfe : * Amongft other Faculties, they have tfois which I am going...
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The Emperor Marcus Antoninus: His Conversation with Himself. Together with ...

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Emperors - 1726 - 331 pages
...Body, and grow together again, and recover the Advanpage of being the fame Member he Nyas at ^rft. XXXV. Whence comes all the Powers and Prerogatives of rational Beings ? From the Soul of the Univerfe k. Amongft other Faculties, they f See Book?. Seel, i 6. Books. Seft.8. & alib. k Godt have...
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Seed-grain for Thought and Discussion, Volume 2

Anna Cabot Lowell - 1856
...the Necessity of breaking off from Nature and Providence at all. But supposing his Miscarriage ; ' Tis in his power to rejoin the Body, and grow together again, and recover the advantage of being the same Member he was at first. But if this Misfortune is often repeated, 'twill be a hard matter to restore...
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The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Ethics - 1887 - 212 pages
...necessity of breaking off from nature and Providence at all ; but supposing he has broken away, it is in his power to rejoin the body, and grow together again, and recover the advantage of being the same member he was at first, 35. Whence come all the powers and prerogatives of rational beings ? From...
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