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Cicero derived religion from relegere (to go over again, to carefully ponder): "Those who carefully took in hand all things pertaining to the gods were called religiosi, from relegere" (De natura deorum II, xxviii).
Cicero 106-43 BC the father of ID?
Here are two quotes from the Roman orator- philosopher- lawyer- statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero's (106-43 BC) "The Nature of the Gods" (De Natura Deorum). [Graphic: Cicero and his "On Friendship and Old Age," Glyn Hughes]
This argument has a long history, and can be traced back at least as far as Cicero's De natura deorum, ii. 34 (see Hallam, Literature of Europe, ii. 385, note).” Wait: what? The watchmaker analogy? Hasn’t that been debunked already?
The Deafness of Reason
–Cicero De Natura Deorum Book III. But, how are we to know that our reason is conformable to truth? Reason itself cannot tell us. That would be circular logic: I’m right because I think I’m right. So, we see once again that we need a
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Hemera is remarked upon in Cicero’s De Natura Deorum (3.17), where it is logically determined that Dies (Hemera) must be a god, if Uranus is a god. The poet Bacchylides states that Nyx and Khronos are the parents, but Hyginus in his
Read Cicero's "De Natura Deorum". Calvin and the difference between God the Creator and God the Redeemer. "We find everywhere in this world the traces of a revealed God and of a hidden God; revealed enough to strengthen our faith,
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Todd is dedicated though, he spent all night pouring through Cicero, The nature of the gods (De natura deorum), and finally found the quote in book 3, section 38: "iustitia est unicuique suum tribuendi," justice is the giving of each to
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De Natura Deorum de Cicerón es el resumen más exhaustivo de esta línea de pensamiento. Tendencias sincréticas. Un efecto secundario inesperado del punto de vista racionalista fue una tendencia popular a sincretizar los múltiples dioses