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The nature of the World

 
15th September 2008, 06:49pm
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     He who lies intentionally is guilty of impiety inasmuch as he acts unjustly by decievieng; and he also who lies unintentionally, inasmuch as he is at varience with the universal nature, and inasmuch as he disturbs the order by fighting against the nature of the world; for he fights against it, who is moved of himself to that which is contrary to truth, for he had recieved powers from nature  through the neglect of which he is not able to now distinguish falsehood from the truth. And indeed he who persues pleasure as good, and avoids pain as evil, is guilty of impiety.        PLAY   CHESS    

16th September 2008, 07:38am
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