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" What prepossession, what blindness must it be to compare the son of Sophronicus to the son of Mary! What an infinite disproportion there is between them ! Socrates dying without pain or ignominy, easily supported his character to the last; and if his... "
The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter - Page 16
1868
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Emilius: Or, A Treatise of Education, Volume 2

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1768
...without pain or ignominy, eafiiy fupported his character to the laft. ; and if his death, however eafy, had not crowned his life, it might have been doubted whether Socrates, with all his wifdom, was any thing more than a vain Sophift. He invented, it is faid, the theory of morals. Others,...
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Emilius and Sophia: Or, A New System of Education, Volume 3

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1783
...without pain or ignominy, eafily, fupported his character to the laft, and if his death, however eafy, had not* crowned .his life, it might have been doubted whether Socrates, with all his wifdom, was any thing more than a vain fophift. He invented, it is faid, the theory of morals. Others,...
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Antidote to deism. The deist unmasked; or, An ample refutation of all the ...

Uzal Ogden - 1795
...without pains or ignominy, eafily fupportedi his character to the lali ; but if his death, however eafy, had not crowned his life, it might have been doubted whether Socrates, with all his wifdom, was. any tiling more than a vain fophifl>. He invented1, it is faid, the theory of morals....
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The Universalist's Miscellany, Or, Philanthropist's Museum, Volume 1

1797
...without pain or ignominy, eafily fupported his character to the lafl ; and if his death, however eafy, had not crowned his life, it might have been doubted whether Socrates, with all his wifdom, was any thing more than a vain fophift. He invented, it is faid, the theory of morals. Others,...
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The champions of truth, or, Defenders of revelation, selected from Beattie ...

Champions - 1800
...fupports his character to the " lull; and unlefs that eafy fpecies of death had " reflected honor on his life, it might have been '* doubted whether Socrates, with all his fuperior " powers, were any more than a fophift. He was " the inventor we are told, of morrality. Others...
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Age of Infidelity: In Answer to Thomas Paine's Age of Reason. Part I., Partie 1

Thomas Williams - 1803 - 66 pages
...there between them? Socrates, dying without pains or ignominy, easily supported his character to the last; and if his death, however easy, had not crowned...doubted whether Socrates, with all his wisdom, was any thing more than a vain sophist. He invented, it is said, the theory of morals. Others, however,...
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A Plea for Religion and the Sacred Writings: Addressed to the Disciples of ...

David Simpson - 1803 - 351 pages
...there is between them ! SOCRATES dying without pain or ignominy easily supported his character to the last ; and if his death, however easy, had not crowned...life, it might have been doubted whether SOCRATES, v/ith all his wisdom, was any thing more than a vain sophist. He inTented, it is said, the theory of...
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An Essay on the Divine Authority of the New Testament

David Bogue - 1806 - 310 pages
...there between them ! Socrates, dying without pains or ignominy, easily supported his character to the last ; and if his death, however easy, had not crowned...doubted whether Socrates, with all his wisdom, was any thing more than a vain sophist. He invented, it is said, the theory of morals. Others, however,...
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A Plea for Religion and the Sacred Writings: Addressed to the Disciples of ...

David Simpson - 1809 - 393 pages
...only by the reason and nature of things. (3) or ignominy, easily supported his character to the last ; if his death, however easy, had not crowned his life,...doubted whether Socrates, with all his wisdom, was any thing more than a vain sophist. He invented, it is said, the theory of morals. Others, however,...
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A Plea for Religion and the Sacred Writings: Addressed to the Disciples of ...

David Simpson - 1810 - 345 pages
...there is between them } SOCRATES, dying without pain or ignominy, easily supported his character to the last ; and if his death, however easy, had not crowned...doubted whether SOCRATES, with all his wisdom, was any thin? more than a vain sophist. He invented, it is said, the theory of morals. Others, however,...
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