Nomos Kosmos Dike In Plutarch

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Peabody, A. P., Plutarch on the Delay of the Divine Justice, translated, with an
introduction and notes, by A.P. Peabody, Boston, Mass., 1885. Pérez Jiménez, A.,
“La Providencia como salvaguarda de los proyectos históricos humanos en las
Vidas paralelas”, in F. Frazier; D.F. Leão (eds.), Tychè et Pronoia. La marche du
monde selon Plutarque, Coimbra, 2010: 169-181. Pertusi, A., “Intorno alla
tradizione manoscritta degli scolii di Proclo ad Esiodo. IV”, Aevum, 25, 1951: 147-
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In Mist Apparelled

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In the 19th Century we find J. De Maistre, Sur les Dilais de la Justice Divine (
Paris: 1858), A. P. Peabody, Plutarch on the Delay of the Divine Justice (Boston:
1885), H. B. Hackett and W. S. Tyler, Plutarch on the Delay of the Deity in
Punishing the Wicked, rev. ed. (New York: 1868), C. W. Super, Between
Heathenism and Christianity (New York: 1899), and the more recent work by G.
M6autis, Des Dilais at the end of the essay but throughout he attempts 258
DIVINE RETRIBUTION IN ...

Plutarch On The Delay Of The Deity In The Punishment Of The Wicked

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Plutarch, Horatio Balch Hackett. so often to succeed in their designs. As
physicians use the gall of hyaenas and other noxious animals as a cure for
certain disorders, so the Deity employs often the Tage of tyrannical rulers as a
means for reforming states and communities, which have fallen into luxury and
corruption. Such a medicine was ... ordered to execution. Thus has the divine
justice often seemed to slumber for a time ; but in reality it was only to furnish, in
the end, 66 ARGUMENT.

Plutarch On The Delay Of The Deity In The Punishment Of The Wicked With Notes By H B Hackett

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In illustration of this, Plutarch adduces the case of Callippus, who was himself
killed with the very same dagger, which he had used in taking the life of Dion, to
whom he was indebted for many favors, and for whom he professed the utmost
friendship. As still more remarkable, he relates the story of a certain ... and the
unnatural son was ordered to execution. Thus has the divine justice often
seemed to slumber for a time; but in reality it was only to furnish, in the end, 66
ARGUMENT.

New Englander And Yale Review

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what may be the punishment of sins P Such delay it is that emboldens evil men in
their career of guilt; for the fruit and advantage of wrongdoing is ripe, and lies
before their feet, while punishment comes up slowly and far behind the
enjoyment. And if the effect on the worker of evil himself is considered, such
delay prevents the recognition of divine Providence. He disconnects his sin and
suffering, on account of their separation in time, views what befalls him as
calamity rather than as ...

New Englander And Yale Review

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what may be the punishment of sins Such delay it is that emboldens evil men in
their career of guilt; for the fruit and advantage of wrongdoing is ripe, and lies
before their feet, while punishment comes up slowly and far behind the
enjoyment. And if the effect on the worker of evil himself is considered, such
delay prevents the recognition of divine Providence. He disconnects his sin and
suffering, on account of their separation in time, views what befalls him as
calamity rather than as ...

Plutarch S Moralia On Loveof Wealth On Compliancy On Envy And Hate On Praising Oneself Inoffensively On The Delays Of The Divine Vengeance On Fate On The Sign Of Socrates On Exile Consolation To His Wife

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A. P. Peabody, Plutarch on the Delay of the Divine Justice (Boston, 1885), p. xxvi
: " The most remarkable of all Plutarch's writings, the most valuable equally in a
philosophical and an ethical point of view, and the most redolent of what we
almost involuntarily call Christian sentiment, is that ' On the Delay of the Divine
Justice,' . . ." * Plutarch on the Delay of the Deity in Punishing the Wicked,
Revised Edition, with Notes, by Professors H. B. Hackett and W. S. Tyler, New
York, 1868, p.