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Nothing can exceed the contempt towards women which the maxims of the most celebrated of their lawgivers express.
FEMALE SCRIPTURE BIOGRAPHIES, VOL. IIFRANCIS AUGUSTUS COX
The warrior spoke in those days like a lawgiver, while the lawgivers exprest themselves with soldier-like violence.
Likewise Confucius and the Hebrew lawgivers teach mercy and kindness and devotion to the welfare of the community.
The hall contains a fresco representing the Lawgivers of the World, by Watts.
HAUNTED LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
I am showing whence the need of lawgivers arises, for in primitive ages they neither had nor wanted them.
The order of suits and similar details we shall leave to the lawgivers of the future, and only determine the mode of voting.
O Cleinias, in my judgment the older lawgivers were too soft-hearted, and wanting in insight into human affairs.
Now we are speaking, my friends, not about men in general, but about the merits and defects of the lawgivers themselves.
In the first place, we say that the guardians of the law are lawgivers and fathers to them, not inferior to their natural fathers.
Amongst all lawgivers, founders of states, and teachers of mankind, none has equalled Moses.
HISTORY OF THE JEWS, VOL. I (OF 6)HEINRICH GRAETZ