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" This is perhaps in one sense more, and in another less than he really attempted, and the opinion seems to affect the character of the Dorians rather than the views of Pythagoras. His leading thought appears to have been, that the state and the individual... "
A History of Greece - Page 145
by Connop Thirlwall - 1845
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A History of Greece, Volume 2

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1838
...Plato's Diotima (Werk. iv. p. 109.)j had noticed the Dorian character of the Pythagorean institutions. This is perhaps in one sense more, and in another...order and harmony by which he believed the universe to be sustained and regulated ; and he only expressed the religious side of this thought, when he said,...
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Mores Catholici: or, Ages of faith [by K.H. Digby] 11 books, Book 8

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1837
...as we remarked elsewhere, their leading thought appears to have been that the state and the family and the individual " ought each in its way to reflect the image of that order, and harmony by which they know the universe to be sustained and regulated." Hence the type of all things in their minds...
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The History of Greece

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1846
...cannot be satisfied with the opinion of a modern author1, that the aim of Pythagoras was to exhibit the ideal of a Dorian state. This is perhaps in one sense...order and harmony by which he believed the universe to be sustained and regulated ; and he only expressed the religious side of this thought, when he said,...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the destruction of Corinth ...

Leonhard Schmitz, Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1851 - 541 pages
...often been discussed, and various conclusions have been arrived at ; but his loading thought seems to have been, that the state and the individual ought,...order and harmony by which he believed the universe to be sustained and regulated ; but, at the same time, he was content with slowly approaching this unattainable...
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The History of Greece, Volume 2

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1855
...be satisfied Avith the opinion of a modern author 1, that the aim of Pythagoras was to exhibit the ideal of a Dorian state. This is perhaps in one sense...that the state and the individual ought, each in its Avay, to reflect the image of that order and harmony by which he believed the universe to be sustained...
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An Address on Self-government

Alexander Warfield Bradford, E. W. B. Canning - Self-control - 1855 - 38 pages
...man. So likewise Pythagoras, in his efforts to regulate the Republics of Grecia Magna, maintained " that the state and the individual, ought each in its way to reflect the image of that harmony by which the universe is regulated," and that no one was fit to govern who had not attained...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the destruction of Corinth ...

Leonhard Schmitz, Connop Thirlwall (bp. of St. David's.) - 1856
...often been discussed, and various conclusions have been arrived at ; but his leading thought seems to have been, that the state and the individual ought,...order and harmony by which he believed the universe to be sustained and regulated ; but at the same time he was content with slowly approaching this unattainable...
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General sketch of the history of pantheism [by C.E. Plumptre].

Charles Edward Plumptre - 1878
...than with that of physical things.' 1 According to Bishop Thirlwall the leading thought of Pythagoras appears to have been ' that the state and the individual...order and harmony by which he believed the universe to be sustained and regulated ; and he only expressed the religious side of this thought, when he said,...
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Mores Catholici: Books VII-IX

Kenelm Henry Digby - Civilization, Medieval - 1891
...as we remarked elsewhere, their leading thought appears to have been that the state and the family and the individual " ought each in its way to reflect the image of that order and harmony by which they know the universe to be sustained and regulated." Hence the type of all things in their minds...
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