Against the Christians and Other Writings: Translations of the Emperor Julian, Celsus, Prophyry and Others of Antiquity, to which is Added Various Short Works by the Translator

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Prometheus Trust, Jan 1, 2006 - Christianity - 262 pages
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This volume includes Taylor's original volume The Arguments of the Emperor Julian Against the Christians (mainly Against the Galilaeans, but also several extracts of other writings aimed towards reviving Paganism and criticising Christian activities); his small volume Arguments of Celsus, Porphyry and Julian Against the Christians; his Rights of Brutes (a satire on Payne's Rights of Man, and Wollstonecraft's Rights of Women); his Answer to the Supplement of Dr Gillies (a defence of his approach to the translation of Aristotle); his short essay On Critics; all the writings in his two works Miscellanies in Prose and Verse, and Collectanea which have not been included earlier in the Series, and all his writings in the Classical Journal which have not been used earlier in the Series.

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