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Erasmus Luther Their Attitude to Toleration

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> Cf. Ovid, Met., I, 89-150 ; I., 256-8.
• De fiat, rer., II. 181.
• Ibid., V, 1379 if., especially 1410.
• Ibid., V, 828-36.
' Ibid., Ill, 964 ; Ibid. V, 855-77.
• Ibid., V, 780. • Ibid., V, 959.
Digitized by Google APPENDIX 417 mind men left this condition behind them.^ No Prometheut bnmg^t the fire which the ingenuity of human beings discovered.* Genius has accom- plished much: so too have the numberless groping efforts of ordinary men. Steady work renders better what was primitive, mediocre
.... Ac- cording to Lucretius and Epicurus necessity has always been the principal agent in progress. To need, for example, we owe die names of things : that is the origin of language.' To chance was due the first union of men and women, and in time conjugal love succeeded. Kings bu3t fortified towns, and the cause of progress was served by the necessity of avoiding aggression.^ On the death of the kings democracy succeeded, and then came magistrates and laws with justice in their hand. Force as the only remedy disappeared definitely, and the reign of law was ushered in.* At the same time human industry took its rise.

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