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" The old witch-mania was no mere survival of the Middle Ages. It was born and came to its prime in centuries which saw the greatest burst of Christian civilization. If I would have History unflinching, it is not because I think we are better than our fathers.... "
New England's Place in the History of Witchcraft - Página 35
por George Lincoln Burr - 1911 - 35 páginas
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volumen21

1911
...and all. From that day till this no corner of the earth has been so free from cruel superstitions. Kittredge as to the superstition and the cruelty for...blindness to their failings we repeat their faults. I __ THE RUINS AT TIAHUANACO. BY ADOLPH FRANCIS BANDELIER. I cannot pretend to offer anything approximately...
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Ways of Medieval Life and Thought: Essays and Addresses

Frederick Maurice Powicke - 1951 - 255 páginas
...tampering with the principle of liberty and the duty to uphold it. "The old witch-mania was no mere survival of the Middle Ages. It was born and came...excusing their ancestors may end by excusing themselves." I think that he would have welcomed, with punctilious reservations, the little book published in 1941...
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A Trial of Witches: A Seventeenth-century Witchcraft Prosecution

Gilbert Geis, Ivan Bunn - 1997 - 284 páginas
...wrote. "It is because deep within ourselves we still feel the impulses which led to their mistakes. ... I fear that they who begin by excusing their ancestors may end by excusing themselves" and "repeat their faults."24 Burr's rhetoric may be a bit overblown, but the point is worth taking...
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