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1 I, prooe| occasion, expounded the doctrines of these briefly, not illustrating 2 I, prooe| bring to light their secret doctrines, in order that, when we 3 I, prooe| opinion;--but that their doctrines have derived their origin 4 I, 2 | he confided more advanced doctrines, and to the latter a more 5 I, 16 | METEMPSYCHOSIS; HIS ETHICAL DOCTRINES; NOTIONS ON THE FREE-WILL 6 I, 17 | PSYCHOLOGY; HIS ETHICAL DOCTRINES; ORIGIN OF THE EPITHET " 7 I, 17 | These indeed, then, were the doctrines of Aristotle.~ 8 I, 23 | rites and whatever imaginary doctrines some have laboriously framed 9 IV, 2 | II. DOCTRINES CONCERNING AEONS; THE CHALDEAN 10 IV, 7 | have attempted to propound doctrines concerning magnitudes,-- 11 IV, 14 | ROOTS; TRANSFERENCE OF THESE DOCTRINES TO LETTERS; EXAMPLES IN 12 IV, 15 | philosophers) in reference to the doctrines tempted (to be established) 13 IV, 42 | partly by delivering their doctrines in secrecy and darkness, 14 IV, 46 | persons, assimilating these (doctrines) to those declared by the 15 IV, 47 | stars to establish their own doctrines, (and) with more than ordinary 16 IV, 51 | it, have framed heterodox doctrines devised by themselves. Some 17 IV, 51 | furtively appropriated their doctrines.~ 18 V, 6 | SOURCE OF HERESY.~These doctrines, then, the Naasseni attempt 19 V, 8 | perceiving how the Peratic doctrines are those confessedly of 20 V, 11 | THIS THE REAL IMPORT OF THE DOCTRINES OF THE ASTROLOGERS.~They 21 V, 12 | COMPENDIOUS STATEMENT OF THE DOCTRINES OF THE PERATAE.~This is 22 V, 15 | THE SETHIANS SUPPORT THEIR DOCTRINES BY AN ALLEGORICAL INTERPRETATION 23 V, 15 | the patrons of the Sethian doctrines make, as far as it is possible 24 V, 17 | XVII. THE SETHIAN DOCTRINES TO BE LEARNED FROM THE " 25 V, 17 | us see also what are the doctrines advanced by Justinus.~ 26 V, 18 | by the Gentiles, and of doctrines inculcated by them. And 27 V, 18 | publish nor abjure these doctrines, and forces upon them an 28 V, 23 | of consequence upon the doctrines of Justinus), and to leave 29 VI, 15 | give instruction (in his doctrines). And in truth at last, 30 VI, 16 | facilitate our knowledge of the doctrines of Valentinus, by means 31 VI, 16 | fact, he has altered the doctrines of those (thinkers) in names 32 VI, 21 | became a student of these doctrines likewise, in which he speaks 33 VI, 22 | reader) of the rest (of his doctrines. And we touch on this subject) 34 VI, 24 | give an account of their doctrines, as they themselves inculcate 35 VI, 31 | XXXI. FURTHER DOCTRINES OF VALENTINUS RESPECTING 36 VI, 47 | therefore, that as regards these doctrines it is obvious to all possessed 37 VI, 47 | we have explained these doctrines likewise. In order, however, 38 VI, 48 | ACCORDING TO THESE MYSTIC DOCTRINES OF LETTERS.~And by the Mother, 39 VI, 50 | He had delivered these (doctrines). But since I suppose that 40 VII, 1 | when they perceive the doctrines of the heretics to be like 41 VII, 1 | not even listening to (doctrines) that are easily capable 42 VII, 2 | be silent respecting the (doctrines) of Basilides, which are 43 VII, 2 | perceive with facility that the doctrines advanced by Basilides are ( 44 VII, 7 | Aristotle has laid down doctrines not only concerning Nature 45 VII, 15 | may not omit any of the doctrines of this (Basilides), I shall 46 VII, 17 | who are hearers of such doctrines (as his), to refrain from 47 VII, 18 | tenets). For none of these (doctrines) has been written in the 48 VII, 18 | teaching to the Church the doctrines of Empedocles? You say that 49 VII, 19 | sufficiently explained the doctrines of this (heretic), let us 50 VII, 20 | HERESY OF CARPOCRATES; WICKED DOCTRINES CONCERNING JESUS CHRIST; 51 VII, 20 | and now after another, the doctrines of those (heretics), and 52 VII, 23 | partly in keeping with the doctrines of the true Church, in so 53 VII, 24 | while to enumerate the silly doctrines of these (heretics), inasmuch 54 VII, 26 | XXVI. THE DOCTRINES OF APELLES; PHILUMENE, HIS 55 VIII, 1 | sufficiently explained the doctrines of the majority (of the 56 VIII, 2 | OF THE INCARNATION; THEIR DOCTRINES OF AEONS; THEIR ACCOUNT 57 VIII, 4 | in many particulars, the doctrines of these (Docetae), as it 58 VIII, 8 | necessity of comparing such (doctrines) with what have previously 59 VIII, 8 | what are the fictitious doctrines which the rest also (of 60 VIII, 9 | disobedience. And so far for the doctrines of Tatian.~ 61 VIII, 13 | XIII. THE DOCTRINES OF THE ENCRATITES.~Others, 62 VIII, 13 | to seducing spirits and doctrines of devils, uttering falsehoods 63 IX, 3 | teaching involved in their doctrines. For this purpose we shall 64 IX, 6 | allege that they held similar doctrines (with himself), and thus 65 IX, 13 | teachers, (and) invented doctrines of an heretical nature, 66 IX, 18 | no one a knowledge of the doctrines in a different manner from 67 IX, 26 | having either purloined their doctrines, or derived contributions 68 X, 1 | Greeks, nor borrowed its doctrines, as secret mysteries, from 69 X, 2 | Greeks in four books, and the doctrines propounded by the heresiarchs 70 X, 28 | those Greeks into similar doctrines, and thus have framed ridiculous


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