THEOLOGICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL WORKS
TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL GREEK, WITH
PREFACE, NOTES, AND INDICES.
JOHN DAVID CHAMBERS, M.A., F.S.A.,
OF ORIEL COLLEGE, OXEORD, RECORUEB^F NEW SARUM.
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I. Poemandres, ......
II. To Asclepius.
Catholic Discourse, ...
III. Sacred Discourse,
IV. To his own Son Tat.
Discourse: The Crater or
V. To his own Son Tat. That the Invisible God is most
VI. That in The God alone is The Good, and by no means
anywhere else, .....
VII. That the greatest evil among men is ignorance of The
VIII. That none of the Entities perish; but mankind erro-
neously call the changes destructions and deaths,
IX. Concerning Understanding and Sense, and that in The
God only is The Beautiful and The Good, but else-
where not at all, .....
X. The Key. To his Son Tat, ....
XI. Mind to Hermes, .....
XII. Respecting Common Mind. To Tat, ...
XIII. To his Son Tat. On a Mountain.
about Regeneration and Profession of Silence,
XIV. To Asclepius. To be rightly wise,
EXCERPTS FROM HERMES BY STOB^US.
I. Of Truth. From the things to Tat,
II. Of Death. From Asclepius, ....
III. Of God. From the things to Tat,
IV. From Stobseus, Physica, 134,
V. Hermes to the Son,
VI. Concerning the Economy of the Universe.
Hermes from those to Ammon,
VII. Of Hermes from those ,to Ammon,
VIII. Of Hermes from the things to Tat,
IX. Of Hermes from the things to Tat,