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" But the father and maker of all this universe is past finding out; and even if we found him, to tell of him to all men would be impossible. "
Philosophy for Understanding Theology - Page 3
by Diogenes Allen, Eric O. Springsted - 1985 - 267 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 184

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1896
...and created. Now that which is created must, as we affirm, of necessity be created by a cause. But the father and maker of all this Universe is past finding out.' (' TimeBUS ' : Jowett, vol. iii. p. 448.) Similarly in the ' Republic,' while illustrating the principle...
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The Dialogues of Plato: Republic. Timaeus. Critias

Plato - 1892
...necessity be created by a cause. But the father and maker of all this universe is past finding God was the out; and even if we found him, to tell of him to all men ^j^eof"' would be impossible. And there is still a question to be fashioned it asked about him : Which...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 184

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1896
...and created. Now that which is created must, as we affirm, of necessity be created by a cause. But the father and maker of all this Universe is past finding out.' (' Timtens ' : Jowett, vol. iiL p. 448.) Similarly in the ' Republic,' while illustrating the principle...
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Source Book in Ancient Philosophy

Charles Montague Bakewell - Philosophy, Ancient - 1907 - 395 pages
...and created. Now that which is created must, as we affirm, of necessity be created by a cause. But the father and maker of all this universe is past...him, to tell of him to all men would be impossible. And there is still a question to be asked about him: Which of the patterns had the artificer in view...
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Source Book in Ancient Philosophy

Charles Montague Bakewell - Philosophy, Ancient - 1907 - 395 pages
...and created. Now that which is created must, as we affirm, of necessity be created by a cause. But the father and\ maker of all this universe is past finding out; and even if_\ we found him, to tell of him to all men would be impossible. And there is still a question to...
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Emerson: His Contribution to Literature

David Lee Maulsby - 1911 - 177 pages
...the intellectual." ' At other times he withdraws God to an infinite distance from His works. " But the father and maker of all this universe is past...him, to tell of him to all men would be impossible." 2 In much the same way, Emerson finds that virtue is the only thing of intrinsic value. In his essay...
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The Contribution of Emerson to Literature

David Lee Maulsby - 1911 - 177 pages
...the intellectual." ' At other times he withdraws God to an infinite distance from His works. " But the father and maker of all this universe is past...him, to tell of him to all men would be impossible." 2 In much the same way, Emerson finds that virtue is the only thing of intrinsic value. In his essay...
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The Sympathy of Religions, Volume 48; Volume 173

George Rowland Dodson - Religions - 1917 - 339 pages
...and he therefore sets forth his meaning in a myth. "The maker and father of this universe," he says, "is past finding out; and even if we found him to tell of him to all men would be impossible." The created world is a copy of the ideal world, and as nearly like it as God, "the best of causes,"...
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The Essential Plotinus

Plotinus, Elmer O'Brien - Philosophy - 1964 - 224 pages
...and created. Now that which is created must, as we affirm, of necessity be created by a cause. But the father and maker of all this universe is past finding out; and even if we found bun, to tell of him to all men would be impossible. And there is still a question to be asked about...
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Christian Belief in a Postmodern World: The Full Wealth of Conviction

Diogenes Allen - Religion - 1989 - 238 pages
...the charge of ignorance and superstition was superficial. Plato, for example, in the Timaeus wrote, "The father and maker of all this universe is past...him, to tell of him to all men would be impossible" (a8c). He resorted to various kinds of myths to describe the source of the order of the world. Early...
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