By William Edward Hearn
Hearn, William Edward. The Aryan family Its constitution and its improvement. An creation to Comparative Jurisprudence. London and big apple: Longmans, eco-friendly, and Co., 1891. viii, 494 pp. Reprinted 2002 via The Lawbook trade, Ltd. ISBN 1-58477-124-0. fabric. $90. initially released in Melbourne in 1878, it is a reprint of the 1st Anglo-American variation. "Recommended by way of Pound for `the felony associations of Indo-European peoples.' Pound. Outlines [of Lectures on Jurisprudence]: 229." Marke, A Catalogue of the legislation assortment at ny collage (1953) 108. bankruptcy titles contain legislation and customized, The legislations and customized of estate, the increase of Civil Jurisdiction.
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ARCHAIC WORSHIP. 32 last-mentioned prohibition was expedience only, and not duty. The Christian abstained from meat respecting which he had by notice, not because any spiritual communion was, him and the the use of such meat, established between for false spirit he did not eat the meat with that intent but because he desired to avoid the scandal and the misconception which might arise from the fact of a Christian knowingly eating meat that had been offered to some idol. The fact would, to many persons, be evidence of the intent.
173. , i. 23. ," ii. pp. 173, 174. 11. HOUSE WORSHIP. 49 seem to be included under the general description of Lares,* and their separate titles afford evidence for the deities existence among those peoples of the usual form of cantonal settlement. Of 4. this tutelary spirit, or Familiaris, or him ; Man company of ; the Lar The Romans called he was known to the of the Household, as the the Hero in the House, as Greeks spirits the Husing of the Teutons the Damovoy, or Angel ; in the House, of the Russian peasant at the present the hearth was the altar.
We read of deities being taken or left according to the exigency of the time. Augustus is said* to have a celestial dis-established Neptune. , St. The c. statue of the Cuman Apollo,f 16. Augustine, "City of God," vol. , p. 101. THE DIVINITY AND THE WORSHIPPER. in consequence of an ill-timed of weeping, fit 25 had a narrow escape from being thrown into the sea. Fortunately, the better opinion prevailed, that his tears were for his old friends the Greeks, and not for his new friends the Romans. The conversion of Clovis was due to a prayer conceived to have been answered in the On which he of a battle.