Philo Judaeus: Or, The Jewish-Alexandrian Philosophy in Its Development and Completion, Volume 2

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Williams and Norgate, 1888
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Page 45 - Nota non pure in una sola parte, Come natura lo suo corso prende Dal divino intelletto e da sua arte; E se tu ben la tua Fisica note, Tu troverai non dopo molte carte, Che 1' arte vostra quella, quanto puote, Segue, come il maestro fa il discente, Sė che vostr
Page 196 - I am the God that appeared to thee,' not 'in my place' but 'in the place of God,* as though it were another's. What then are we to say? He that is truly God is one, but those that are improperly so-called are more than one.
Page 245 - ... that Laban 227 doeth unto thee " (Gen. xxxi. 12), the reverse, that is, of all that I bestowed upon thee, even sore foulness and spuriousness and darkness in every part. Yet there can be no cowering fear for the man who relies on the hope of the divine comradeship, to whom are addressed the words " I am the God who appeared to thee in the place of God
Page 251 - Behold, I send My angel before thy face, to keep thee in the way, to bring thee into the land which I have prepared for thee.
Page 272 - ... when the Most High divided the nations, when He separated the sons of Adam, He set the bounds of the nations according to the number of the angels of God...
Page 221 - Remember the days of old, consider the years of many generations : ask thy father, and he will shew thee ; thy elders, and they will tell thee. When the Most High divided to the nations their inheritance, when he separated the sons of Adam, he set the bounds of the people according to the number of the children of Israel.
Page 19 - For he was named god and king of the whole nation. And he was said to have entered into the darkness where God was, that is, into the formless and invisible and incorporeal archetypal essence of existing things, perceiving things invisible to mortal nature.
Page 91 - Rather, as anyone who has approached 121 nearest to the truth would say, the central place is held by the Father of the Universe, Who in the sacred scriptures is called He that is...
Page 260 - Lamb had no sympathy with these radiant hopes, except as they were part of his friend. He clung to the realities of life — to things nearest to him, which the force of habit had made dear — and caught tremblingly hold of the past. He delighted, indeed, to hear Coleridge talk of the distant and...

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