5 edition of An examination of Mr. Warburton"s account of the conduct of the antient legislators found in the catalog.
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An Examination of Mr. Warburton's Account of the Conduct of the Ancient Legislators, of the Double Doctrine of the Old Philosophers Isaac Newton's Chrolonoly (Classic Reprint): Sykes, Arthur Ashley: : Books. Examination of Mr. Warburton's account of the conduct of the antient legislators, of the double doctrine of the old philosophers, of the theocracy of the Jews, and of Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology.
London: Printed for J. and P. Knapton, MDCCXLIV (OCoLC) An examination of Mr. Warburton's account of the conduct of the antient legislators: of the double doctrine of the old philosophers, of the theocracy of the Jews, and of Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology by Sykes, Arthur Ashley, or Pages: An examination of Mr.
Warburton's Account of the conduct of the antient legislators the theocracy of the Jews, and of Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology.
By Arthur Ashley Sykes, D.D. Author. An examination of Mr. Warburton's Account of the conduct of the ancient legislators by Arthur Ashley Sykes 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. An examination of Mr. Warburton's Account of the conduct of the antient legislators, of the double doctrine of the old philosophers, of the theocracy of the Jews and of Sir Isaac Newton's.
An examination of Mr. Warburton's account of the conduct of the antient legislators London, J. and P. Knapton, 1 p. 1., p. 21 cm. Se Se. Travis, George, Letters to Edward Gibbon, esq., author of the History of the decline and fall, of the Roman empire.
2d ed. London, Printed by C. and J. Rivington, Having shown how the ancient magistrates propagated religion, Warburton proceeds to show how they supported it.
This is one of the most curious parts of his book, for he maintains that they had Established Churches, though they also tolerated dissenters. 'An established religion with a test law is the universal voice of nature.
Sykes (An examination of Mr Walburton’s account of the conduct of the antient legislators, ), J. Steuart (Apologie du sentiment de Mr le chevalier Newton sur l’ancienne chronologie des Grecs contenant des réponses à. EXAMINATION BY NOAH WEBSTER. 13 free governments, that is, in all countries, where laws govern, and not men, the supreme magistrate should have it in his power to execute any law, however unpopular, without haz- arding his person or office.
The laws are the sole guardians of right, and when the magistrate dares not act, every person is insecure. The same body of magistrates are possessed, as executors of the laws, of the whole power they have given themselves in quality of legislators.
They may plunder the state by their general determinations; and as they have likewise the judiciary power in their hands, every private citizen may be ruined by their particular decisions. The second part of the ‘Remarks on occasional Reflections’ is devoted to the demolition of Henry Stebbing (–) [q.
v.], who, in an ‘Examination of Mr. Warburton's Second Proposition,’ had argued against Warburton's explanation of the command to Abraham to offer up his son; and of Arthur Ashley Sykes [q.
v.], who, in an ‘Examination of Mr. Warburton's Account of the Conduct of the. An examination of Mr. Warburton's account of the conduct of the antient legislators: of the double doctrine of the old philosophers, of the theocracy of the Jews, and of Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology.
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