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" ... their means." (Post hoc, ergo propter hoc!) "This is the only Reason for which Eusebius mention'd this Story: He makes use of it as an argument very proper to convince the Heathens, by the Testimony of their Authors themselves. It is therefore in... "
An Answer to Mr. de Fontenelle's History of Oracles: In which Mr. Van-Dale's ... - الصفحة 24
بواسطة Jean François Baltus - 1709 - عدد الصفحات: 229
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Tammuz, Pan and Christ: Notes on a Typical Case of Myth-transference and ...

Wilfred Harvey Schoff - 1912 - عدد الصفحات: 1
...of their Authors themselves. It is therefore in vain, that you would make it pass for a Fable, since after all it will be ever undoubtedly true, that this...related it to explain the Silence of Oracles. This is sufficient to justifie the Conduct of Eusebius, and to shew that he had reason to insert in his Work,...

The Open Court, المجلد 27

Paul Carus - 1913
...of their Authors themselves. It is therefore in vain, that you would make it pass for a Fable, since after all it will be ever undoubtedly true, that this...related it to explain the Silence of Oracles. This is sufficient to justifie the Conduct of Eusebius, and to shew that he had reason to insert in his Work,...




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