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Thursday, 25 November 2010

On the God of Sokrates

For, to encompass them by a definition, daimones are living beings in kind, rational creatures in mind, susceptible to emotion in spirit, in body composed of the ær, everlasting in time. Of these five points I have listed, the first three are shared with us, the fourth is their own, the last they have in common with the immortal gods; but they differ from them in their capacity to suffer.

Apuleius, On the God of Sokrates

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