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Single Idea 443

[catalogued under 29. Religion / D. Religious Issues / 3. Problem of Evil / c. Human Error]

Full Idea

Man has calculation, but there is also the divine logos. But human logos is sprung from the divine logos, and it brings to each man his means of life, and his maintenance.

Gist of Idea

Human logos is an aspect of divine logos, and is sufficient for successful living


Epicharmus (comedies (frags) [c.470 BCE], B57), quoted by (who?) - where?

Book Reference

'Ancilla to the Pre-Socratic Philosophers', ed/tr. Freeman,Kathleen [Harvard 1957], p.39