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" An idiot or a fool is vulgarly regarded by them as a being whose mind is in heaven, while his grosser part mingles among ordinary mortals ; consequently, he is considered an especial favourite of heaven. Whatever enormities a reputed saint may commit... "
The Origin of Priesthood - Side 110
af Gunnar Landtman - 1905 - 217 sider
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, Bind 1

Edward William Lane - 1836
...who are justly the least entitled to such respect *. An idiot or a fool is vulgarly regarded by them as a being whose mind is in heaven, while his grosser...heaven. Whatever enormities a reputed saint may commit (and there are many who are constantly infringing precepts of their religion) such acts do not affect...
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, Bind 1

Edward William Lane - 1836
...who are justly the least entitled to such respect*. An idiot or a fool is vulgarly regarded by them as a being whose mind is in heaven, while his grosser part mingles * As is the case also in Switzerland. among ordinary mortals ; consequently, he is considered an especial...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1837
...better accounted for than we had imagined; the case being that ' the mind 'of the idiot is (literally) in heaven, while his grosser part 'mingles among ordinary...he is considered 'an especial favourite of heaven.' The order of persons holding the repute of saints forfeit none of their respect by taking a practical...
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Tales of Travellers, Or, A View of the World, Bind 1,Oplag 1

1838
...impossible that they could have been raised by human hands An idiot or a fool is vulgarly regarded by them as a being whose mind is in heaven, while his grosser part mingles among ordinary mortals; consequemly, he is considered an especial favourite ol heaven. Whatever enormities a reputed saint...
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Contributions, Biographical, Literary, and Philosophical, to the ..., Bind 1

John Foster - 1844
...better accounted for than we had imagined ; the case being that " the mind of the idiot is (literally) in heaven, while his grosser part mingles among ordinary...he is considered an especial favourite of heaven." The order of persons holding the repute of saints forfeit none of their respect by taking a practical...
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Biographical, Literary, and Philosophical Essays: Contributed to the ...

John Foster - 1844 - 419 sider
...better accounted for than we had imagined ; the case being that "the mind of the idiot is (literally) in heaven, while his grosser part mingles among ordinary...he is considered an especial favourite of heaven." The order of persons holding the repute of saints forfeit none of their respect by taking a practical...
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

1849
...faculties of his soul being totally absorbed in devotion. An idiot, or a fool, is vulgarly regarded by them as a being whose mind is in heaven, while his grosser part mingles among ordinary mortals; and he is consequently regarded as an especial favourite of heaven. Before we came Selim took good...
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians: Written in ...

Edward William Lane - 1860 - 619 sider
...who are justly the least entitled to such respect.i An idiot or a fool is vulgarly^' regarded by them as a being whose mind is in heaven, while his grosser...heaven. Whatever enormities a reputed saint may commit (and there are many who are constantly infringing precepts of their religion), such acts do not affect...
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The Dervishes: Or, Oriental Spiritualism

John Porter Brown - 1868 - 415 sider
...who are justly the least entitled to such respect. An idiot or a fool is vulgarly regarded by them as a being whose mind is in heaven, while his grosser...Heaven. Whatever enormities a reputed saint may commit (and there are many who are constantly infringing precepts of their religion), such acts do not affect...
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Satires and Profanities

James Thomson - 1884 - 191 sider
...who are justly the least entitled to such respect. An idiot or a fool is vulgarly regarded by them as a being whose mind is in heaven, while his grosser...mortals ; consequently, he is considered an especial favorite of heaven. Whatever enormities a reputed saint may commit (and there are many who are constantly...
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