By Richard H. Goldwater, Frank Doyle, Joe Edwards, Sy Reit, Samm Schwartz
Archie Comics #145 - April 1964
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525. 41. For Diagoras, see most recently M. Winiarczyk, Diagorae Melii et Theodori Cyrenaei reliquiae (Leipzig, 1981), to be read with his “Erganzungen zu ¨ Diagoras und Theodoros,” Philologus 133 (1989): 151–52; Bremmer, “Religious Secrets and Secrecy in Classical Greece,” in H. Kippenberg and G. ), Secrecy and Concealment (Leiden, 1995), pp. 61–78; Parker, Athenian Religion, p. 208; Obbink, Philodemus: On Piety, pp. 525–26; and ¨ PapyJ. Hordern, “Philodemus and the Poems of Diagoras,” Zeitschrift fur rologie und Epigraphik 136 (2001): 33–38.
460–400? ), who could have developed into an atheist but apparently did not, was born. 2) and Galen in his De propriis placitis (2, ed. Boudon-Millot and Pietrobelli) still recognized. And indeed, during his life he was highly respected: Pericles, the leading Athenian politician in the middle of the fifth century, invited him to write the constitution of the panhellenic colony Thurii in Southern Italy (Heraclides Ponticus, fragment 150 Wehrli 2 ) and Plato even noted in his Meno (91e) that Protagoras had lived out his life in high repute.
Consider for yourselves, do not base your opinion on words of mine. I say myself that tyranny kills very many men and deprives them of their possessions; and that tyrants break their oaths to ransack cities, and in doing this they are more prosperous under heaven than men who live quietly in reverence from day to day. I know too of small cities doing honour to the gods that are subject to larger, more impious ones, because they are overcome by a more numerous army. 28 Consequently, the gods have no power and religion is imaginary.
Archie Comics 145 (April 1964) by Richard H. Goldwater, Frank Doyle, Joe Edwards, Sy Reit, Samm Schwartz