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" ... the soul, I mean, accustomed to hate and fear and avoid the intellectual principle, which to the bodily eye is dark and invisible, and can be attained only by philosophy;— do you suppose that such a soul will depart pure and unalloyed? "
Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by Some Points ... - Pągina 96
per Thomas William Rhys Davids - 1882 - 262 pągines
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volum 1

Plato - 1871
...such a soul as this will depart pure and unalloyed ? That is impossible, he replied. She is engrossed by the corporeal, which the continual association and constant care of the body have made natural to her. Very true. And this, my friend, may be conceived to be that heavy, weighty, earthy...
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volum 1

Plato - 1875
...principle, which to the bodily eye is dark and invisible, and can be attained only by philosophy; — do you suppose that such a soul will depart pure and unalloyed? ' . ••. ' That is impossible, he replied. She is held fast by the corporeal, which the continual...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and arranged ..., Volum 2

Cassell, ltd - 1876
...this will depart pure and unalloyed r • " ' That is impossible,' he replied. " ' She is engrossed by the corporeal, which the continual association and constant care of the body have made natural to her.' " ' Very true.' " ' And this, my friend, may be conceived to be that heavy, weighty,...
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The Hibbert Lectures

1881
...servant of the body always, and is in love with and " fascinated by the body and by the desires and plea" sures of the body, .... do you suppose that such a " soul will depart pure and unalloyed ?1 . . . . She is " held fast by the corporeal, which the continual asso"ciation and constant care...
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The Theological and Philosophical Works of Hermes Trismegistus, Christian ...

Hermes (Trismegistus.) - 1882 - 170 pągines
...intellectual principle, which to the bodily eye is invisible and can only be attained by philosophy, — do you suppose that such a soul will depart pure and unalloyed? She is held fast by the corporeal, which is heavy «nd earthy. They are dragged down again to the visible,...
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The Minor Poems of John Milton

John Milton - 1887 - 229 pągines
...Such are, etc. Cf. Plato's Phtedo (Jowett's trans.) : " She [the impure soul at death] is engrossed by the corporeal, which the continual association and constant care of the body have made natural to her. . . . And this, my friend, may be conceived to be that heavy, weighty, earthy...
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Milton's Arcades and Comus

John Milton - 1891 - 208 pągines
...departure, and is the companion and servant of the body always, and is in love with and fascinated by the body do you suppose that such a soul will depart pure and unalloyed ? That is impossible, he replied. She is engrossed by the corporeal, which the continual association...
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Arcades & Comus

J Milton - 1891 - 208 pągines
...departure, and is the companion and servant of the body always, and is in love with and fascinated by the body do you suppose that such a soul will depart pure and unalloyed ? That is impossible, he replied. She is engrossed by the corporeal, which the continual association...
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Select Minor Poems of John Milton

John Milton - 1895 - 123 pągines
...brutal. 470-475. Milton hero adapts a passage of Plato's PlifKilo. " She (the impure soul) is engrossed by the corporeal, which the continual association and constant care of the body have made natural to her. . . . And this, my friend, may be conceived to be that heavy, weighty, earthy...
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Lycidas

John Milton - 1898 - 48 pągines
...principle, which to the bodily eye is dark and invisible and can be attained only by philosophy ; — do you suppose that such a soul will depart pure and unalloyed ? Ceb. That is impossible. Soc. She is held fast by the corporeal, which the continual association...
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