Dictionary of Egyptian mythology and symbolism
Because the path was voluntarily followed and concerned only the individual, the Egyptian religion never had a missionary spirit. She was tolerant with the world and kind to her children.
Egypt never wanted to seek its consciousness of the world anywhere but in its temples. She never wanted to impose it on others, which is why she only reluctantly received some Greek students whom she blamed for their ignorance and chatter. Their names were Homer, Solon, Pythagoras, Democritus, Eudoxus, Herodotus, Hamlichus, Plato, Plutarch and Thales.
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- Author :
- Thibaud, Robert-Jacques