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" He used to thank the gods for three things ; that he was born a reasonable creature, and not a beast ; a man, and not a woman ; a Greek, and not a Barbarian. "
Historia Litteraria: Or, An Exact and Early Account of the Most Valuable ... - Seite 587
herausgegeben von - 1732
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The Galaxy: A Magazine of Entertaining Reading, Band 16

Mark Twain - 1873
...gods daily for four things — that he was born a free man and not a slave, a wise man and not a fool, a man and not a woman, a Greek and not a barbarian. Tiiis Pharisaical prejudice exists still very deeply implanted in the English mind, though a little...
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The ancient history of the Egyptians, Carthaginians [&c.]. Transl. 1 vol ...

Charles Rollin - 1881
...He used to thank the gods for three things: that he was born a reasonable creature, and not a beast; a man, and not a woman ; a Greek, and not a Barbarian. Upon his mother's pressing him to marry when be was young, he told her, it was then too soon; and after...
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The world as will and idea, tr. from the Germ. by R.B. Haldane and J ..., Band 2

Arthur Schopenhauer - 1883
...better, according to Lactantius (i. 3, 19), Plato thanked Nature that he had been born a human being and not a brute, a man and not a woman, a Greek and not a barbarian. Now in Isaac Euchel's " Prayers of the Jews," from the Hebrew, second edition, 1799, p. 7, there is...
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Selections from the Writings of Kierkegaard

Søren Kierkegaard - 1923 - 239 Seiten
...and not a woman. <»«Cf. note p. 60. "They are, that he had been created a man and not an animal, a man and not a woman, a Greek and not a Barbarian (Lactantius, Instit. Ill, 19, 17). S5Thales of Miletos (Diogenes Laertios I, 33). To be a woman is...
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The World as Will and Representation, Band 1

Arthur Schopenhauer - 1966 - 564 Seiten
...Lactantius (i, 3, 19), Plato thanked nature for his having been born a human being and not an animal, a man and not a woman, a Greek and not a barbarian. Now in Isaac Euchel's Gebete der Juden, from the Hebrew second edition, 1799, p. 7,32A there is a morning...
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The Epistle to the Galatians

F. F. Bruce - 1982 - 305 Seiten
...three things for which he was grateful to fortune: that he was born a human being and not a beast, a man and not a woman. a Greek and not a barbarian iDiog. Laert.. Vh. Phil. 1 .331. Substantially the same saying is attributed to Socrates iDiog. Laert.....
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Power and Knowledge: Astrology, Physiognomics, and Medicine Under the Roman ...

Tamsyn Barton - 1994 - 254 Seiten
...considered here, all based on commonplaces: "Three things are lucky: to be born a man and not a beast, a man and not a woman, a Greek and not a barbarian," say the old sages." 1 Accordingly, within physiognomics we have three methods of comparison.1 12 Fraenkel...
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Women and Redemption Paper: A Theological History

Rosemary Radford Ruether
...Institutiones 3.19), the Greek male gives thanks that he was born a human being and not an animal, a man and not a woman, a Greek and not a barbarian. A parallel Jewish thanksgiving quoted by Rabbi Judah ben El'ai (150 CE) directs the Jewish male to...
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Saracens, Demons, & Jews: Making Monsters in Medieval Art

Debra Higgs Strickland - 2003 - 336 Seiten
...lassical Theories, Monstrous Races, &c Sin l Three things are luci:\: To be bom a human and not a beast, A man and not a woman, A Greek and not a barbarian. — Socrates ENEMIES OF THE MEDIEVAL CHURCH not only followed the wrong religion; they were also literally...
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Aeschylus: The Oresteia

Simon Goldhill - 2004 - 95 Seiten
...with a characteristically Greek sense of polarity, 'I thank god I was born a human and not an animal, a man and not a woman, a Greek and not a barbarian.') So, in Athens, only adult males could be citizens (women were not even known as Athenians' but as 'women...
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