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" Cicero, where he observes that ' right reason is itself a law, congenial to the feelings of nature; diffused among all men ; uniform ; eternal ; calling us imperiously to our duty, and peremptorily prohibiting every violation of it. "
The Logic of Atheism. Three Lectures, Etc - Página 168
por Henry Batchelor - 1858 - 213 páginas
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A London Encyclopaedia, Or Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volumen15

Thomas Curtis - 1829 - 820 páginas
...frequently gave the name of reason ; as in that noted passage of Cicero, where he observes that ' right reason is itself a law, congenial to the feelings...violation of it. Nor does it speak one language at Rome, and another at Athens, varying from place to place, or time to time ; but it addresses itself...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Dissertation exhibiting a general view of the ...

Dugald Stewart - 1829 - 510 páginas
...frequently give the name of reason ; as in that noted passage of Cicero, where he observes, that " right reason is itself a law ; congenial to the feelings...prohibiting every violation of it. Nor does it speak," continues the same author, " one language at Rome and another at Athens, varying from place to place,...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Dissertation exhibiting a general view of the ...

Dugald Stewart - 1829 - 518 páginas
...frequently give the name of reason ; as in. that noted passage of Cicero, where he observes, that " right reason is itself a law ; congenial to the feelings...prohibiting every violation of it. Nor does it speak," continues the same author, " one language at Rome and another at Athens, varying from place to place,...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Dissertation exhibiting a general view of the ...

Dugald Stewart - 1829 - 518 páginas
...frequently give the name of reason ; as in that noted passage of Cicero, where he observes, that " rigkt reason is itself a law ; congenial to the feelings...prohibiting every violation of it. Nor does it speak," continues the same author, " one language at Rome and another at Athens, varying from place to place,...
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The North American Review, Volumen30

1830 - 592 páginas
...the foundation of the laws of all nations.' This is that ' right reason ' described by Cicero as ' itself a law ; congenial to the feelings of nature ; diffused among all men ; uniform ; eternal ; not speaking one language at Rome, and another at Athens ; addressing itself to all nations and all...
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Elements of International Law: With a Sketch of the History of the ..., Volumen1

Henry Wheaton - 1836 - 660 páginas
...obeyed ; — no law of nations similar to that law of right reason of which Cicero speaks, " which " is congenial to the feelings of nature, diffused " among all men, uniform, eternal, command" ing us to our duty and prohibiting every " violation of it ; — one eternal and immortal...
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De Bow's Review and Industrial Resources, Statistics, Etc: Devoted ..., Volumen1

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, R. G. Barnwell, Edwin Bell, William MacCreary Burwell - 1847 - 464 páginas
...fact obeyed; no law of nations similar to that law of right reason of which Cicero speaks, " which is congenial to the feelings of nature diffused among all men, uniform, eternal, commanding us to do our duty, and prohibiting every violation of it ;" one eternal and immortal law...
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The Method of the Divine Government, Physical and Moral

James McCosh - 1851 - 526 páginas
...Cicero, — "right reason is itself a law, congenial to the feelings of nature diffused among all other men, uniform, eternal, calling us imperiously to our...violation of it." " Nor does it speak one language at Rome, and another at Athens, varying from place to place, or from time to time ; but it addresses itself...
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The Method of the Divine Government, Physical and Moral

James McCosh - 1851 - 540 páginas
...ancients delighted to contemplate the moral faculty, as in the well-known passage of Cicero, — " right reason is itself a law, congenial to the feelings of nature diffused among all other men, uniform, eternal, calling us imperiously to our duty, and peremptorily prohibiting every...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart, Volumen1

Dugald Stewart - 1854 - 660 páginas
...frequently give the name of reason; as in that noted passage of Cicero, where he observes, that " right reason is itself a law; congenial to the feelings...prohibiting every violation of it. Nor does it speak," continues the same author, " one language at Rome and another at Athens, varying from place to place,...
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