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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Page 174
by Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1763
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Xenophon's Memoirs of Socrates: With The Defence of Socrates, Before His Judges

Xenophon - 1762 - 360 pages
...to Man they have alfo given Hands, with which he can form many Things for his Ufe ; and make himlelf happier than Creatures of any other Kind. A Tongue...except Man, hath the Power of forming Words with it j whereby to explain his Thoughts, and make them intelligible to others ? And to mew that the Gods...
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Xenophon's memoirs of Socrates: With the defence of Socrates before his ...

Xenophon - 1788 - 360 pages
...Feet, by which they may remove fromone one place to another; but to Man they hay.e alfo given Hands, with which he can form, many Things for his Ufe ;...Thoughts, and make them intelligible to others ? And to fhew that the Gods have had Regard to his very Plea-. fures ; they have not limited them, like...
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The New Edinburgh review

...to another ; but to man they have also given the use of the hand. A tongue hath been bestowed upon every other animal ; but what animal, except man, hath the power of making his thoughts intelligible to others ? Nor is it with respect to the body alone that the gods...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: The philosophy of the active and moral powers ...

Dugald Stewart - Business & Economics - 1829
...for his use, and make himself happier than creatures of any other kind. A tongue hath been bestowed on every other animal ; but what animal, except man,...thoughts, and make them intelligible to others ? and to show that the gods have had regard to his very pleasures, they have not limited them, like those of...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: The philosophy of the active and moral powers ...

Dugald Stewart - 1829
...for his use, and make himself happier than creatures of any other kind. A tongue hath been bestowed on every other animal ; but what animal, except man,...his thoughts, and make them intelligible to others 1 and to show that the gods have had regard to his very pleasures, they have not limited them, like...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Dissertation exhibiting a general view of the ...

Dugald Stewart - 1829
...place to another ; but to man they have also given the use of the hand. A tongue hath been bestowed on every other animal ; but what animal, except man, hath the power of making his thoughts intelligible to others ? " Nor is it with respect to the body alone that the gods...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Dissertation exhibiting a general view of the ...

Dugald Stewart - Business & Economics - 1829
...place to another ; but to man they have also given the use of the hand. A tongue hath been bestowed on every other animal ; but what animal, except man, hath the power of making his thoughts intelligible to others ? " Nor is it with respect to the body alone that the gods...
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The Religion of Socrates: Dedicated to Sceptics and Sceptic-makers...

John Philips Potter - Skepticism - 1831 - 106 pages
...for his use, and make himself happier than creatures of any other kind. A tongue hath been bestowed on every other animal ; but what animal, except man,...thoughts, and make them intelligible to others ? And to show that the gods have had regard to his very pleasures, they have not limited them, like those of...
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The Whole Works of Xenophon

Xenophon - 1832 - 733 pages
...for his use, and make himself happier than creatures of any other kind. A tongue bath been bestowed on every other animal ; but what animal, except man,...thoughts, and make them intelligible to others? And to showthat the gods have had regard to his very pleasures, they have not limited them, like those of...
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Whole Works

Xenophon - History - 1840 - 8 pages
...his use, and make himself happier than creatures of any other kind. " A tongue hath been bestowed on every other animal; but what animal, except man, hath the power of forming word* with it, whereby to explain his thoughts, and make them intelligible to others 1 And to show...
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