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Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. By the pulpit, by its cere- monies, by all the agencies of power it possessed, it laboured Bystematically and perseveringly for the regeneration of man- kind. At last, after many complaints of the frequency of infanticide, St. de VAcadhnie des In- civile dans le Monde romain et sur scrip, et Belles-lettres, tome xiii.), sa Transformation par le Christian^ an essay to which I am much in- isme. 'with the first necessary of life, we cannot, I think, charge the Pagan society of the metropolis, at least, with an exceesi Te parsimony in relieving poverty. The great Greek physicians had devoted considerable attention to this malady, and some of their precepts anti- cipated modem discoveries; but no lunatic asylimi appears to have existed in antiquity.* In the first period of the hermit life, when many anchorites became insane through their penances, a refuge is said to have been opened for them at Jerusalem.' This appears, however, to be a solitary instance, arising from the exigencies of a single class, and no lunatic asylum existed in Christian Europe till the fifteenth century. The honour of instituting this form of charity in Christendom belongs to Spain. All these institutions existed before a single lunatic asyliim had been founded in any other part of Christendom.* Two other very honourable facts may be mentioned, establishing the pre- eminence of Spanish charity in this field. Spaniards took their asylums from s Desmaisons' Asiles ^Ali Sn Ss the Mahommedans ; but, as it en Espagne, p. seems to me, he altogether fails to ■ Leo Africanus, Description of prove his point. ever, contains some curious in- * I have taken these facts from formation on the history of lunatic a veiy interesting little work, Des- asylums. While many thousands were burnt as witches, those who were recognised as insane were compelled to endure all the horrors of the harshest imprisonment. Ambrose from the pulpit of Milan, and Simeon Stylites from his desert pillar, united in denouncing Theodosius, who had been guilty of issuing this command.

Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. — I^ffee U qf ih U upon moral teaching 122 GMoomy hue impsurted to religion 122 Strong assertion of freewill 128 Depreciation of the qualities that accompany a strong physical temperament 123 Destruction of the domestic virtues. 146 Historians exaggerate the importance of civic virtues . 154 Moral beauty of some of the legends 156 TTieir Tendency to jprodvce Humanity to Animals Pagan legends of the intelligence of animals . Under its influence, doctrines concerning the nature FKOM CONSTANTINB TO CHARLEMAGNE. According to one tra- abont this missionary of charity, dition. had compare Bemade, Hospices WEn- been shocked at hearing of infants fans trouvis, pp. Yincent de Paul arose, and gave so great an impulse to that branch of charity that he may be regarded as its second author, and his influence was felt not only in private charities, but in l^islative enactments. But besides the distribntioi L of com, several other measures were taken. The younger Pliny, besides warmly encouraging schools, devoted a small property to the support of poor children in his native city of Como.^ The name of Cselia Macrina is preserved as the foundress of a charity for 100 children at Terracina.^ Hadiian increased the supplies of com allotted to these charities, and he was also distinguished for his bounty to poor women. The Mahommedans, in this form of charity, seem to have preceded the Christians. A monk named Juan Gila- berto Joffi*e, filled with compassion at the sight of the maniacs who were hooted by crowds through the streets of Valencia, founded an asylum in that city, and his example was speedily followed in other provinces. The first is, that the oldest lunatic asylum in the metropo Hs of Catholicism was that erected by Spaniards, in a.d. maisons, Dss Asiles d'Al Un Ss en * Amydemus, Pietas Bomana Espagne; Becherches histoadquea et (Oxford, 1687)ip. Blows, bleeding, and chains were their usual treatment, and horrible accounts were given of madmen who had spent decades bound in dark cells.^ Such treatment naturally aggravated their malady, and that malady in many cases rendered impossible the resignation and idtimate torpor which alleviate the sufferings of ordinary prisoners. Another very important moral result to which asceticism larsely contributed was the depression and sometimes almost Si^eitinctian of the dvic v Les.

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We also ask that you: Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. — ^Measures of the Pagans for the relief of the poor . In the first, it effected a complete revolution by its teaching concerning the future world and concerning the nature of sin. This minute and scrupulous care for human life and human virtue in the humblest forms, in the slave, the gladiator, the savage, or the infant, was indeed wholly foreign to the genius of Paganism. 12.) venerunt, quorum nee perfidia erat * Libanius, De VUa Sua^ 8. Yespasian instituted, and the Anto- nines extended, a system of popular education, and the move- ment I have already noticed, for the support of the children of poor parents, acquii'ed very considerable proportions. The question of the utility and nature of charity is one which, since the modem discoveries of political economy, has elicited much discussion, and in many cases, I think, much exaggeration. It has- fihown that, where idleness is supported, idleness will become ooiomon; that, where systematic public provision is made for old age, the parsimony of foresight will be neglected ; and that therefore these forms of charity, by encouraging habits of idleness and improvidence, ultimately increase the wretched- neas they were intended to alleviate. You say that Scripture orders you to obey your parents, but he who loves them more than Christ loses his soul. But the judgment of God soon marked the enormity of tbe offence. This was the rudimentary or cardinal virtue of the moral type.

Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. Participation in the Sacrament was believed to be essential to eternal life. 7 multitude of offences, of very various d^rees of magnitude, such as prolonged abstinence from religious services, prenup- tial unchastity, prostitution, adultery, the adoption of the profession of gladiator or actor, idolatry, the betrayal of Christians to persecutors, and paiderastia or unnatural love, were specified, to each of which a definite spiritual penalty was annexed. ' See Godefroy's Commentary • See on these laws, "Wallon, tx) the Law. This branch of the subject is obscured by much ambiguity and controversy; but it appears most probable that the Pagan l^islation reckoned infanticide as a form of homicide, though, being deemed less atrocious than other forms of homicide, it was punished, not by death, but by banishment.^ A law of Constantine, intended principally, and perhaps exclusively, for Africa, where the sacrifices of children to Saturn were very common, assimilated to parricide the miuder of a child by its father ; * and finally, Yalentinian, in A. 374, made all infanticide a capital offence,^ and ' See Cod. See the Commentary to definition, upon which lawyers have Cod. The Pagan, in the spirit of philosophy, denounced these games as inhuman, or demoralising, or degrading, or brutal. The question of the utility of charity is merely a question of ultimate lated, amid a crowd of crimes, that, ' sitting at meat, before he put one morsel into his mouth he used to slice a portion above the daily alms, and send it to some beggar at his gate^ saying it was meet to serve Christ first.'* The great evils produced by the encouragement of mendi- cancy which has always accompanied the uncontro Ued deve- lopment of Catholicity, have naturally given rise to much discussion and legislation. Mutius afterwards rose to a high position among the ascetics, and was justly r^arded as having displayed in great perfection the temper of a saint.* An inhabitant of Thebes once came to the abbot Sisoes, and asked to be made a monk. Pior in like manner induced the abbot of that saint to command him to admit her to his presence. Pior resolutely kept his eyes shut during the interview.^ St. ^ Thou^ your little nephew twine his arms around your neck ; though your mother, with dishevelled hair and tearing her robe asun- der, point to the breast with which she suckled you ; though your father fall down on the threshold before you, pass on over your father's body. While the Chris- tians were, for obvious reasons, completely separated &om the national spirit of Judea, they found themselves equally at variance with the lingering renmants of It5man patriot- ism. The conquest^ at a later date, of Egypt, by the Mahom- medans, was in a great measure due to an invitation from tlie persecuted Monophysites.' Subsequent religious wars 1 Z(mmna, S%8t, YAl, This -was * Sismondi, Hist, ds la Chute ds on the first occasion when Borne VEmpire romainy tome ii. Standing between the con- flicting forces, almost indifferent to the issue, and notoriously exempt from the passions of the combat, they obtained with the conqueror, and used for the benefit of the conquered, a d^ree of influence they would never have possessed, had they been r^arded as Eoman patriots. Bnrgundians desiri Dg to kill him So Gibbon : ' If the decline of tfaa on account of his suspected con- Boman Empire -was hastened by uiyance with the inraders. For the repugnance between the theological and the patriotic spirit, three reasons may, I think, be assigned.

You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I iillllllll 600065538X EUEOPBAN MOEALS VOL. / LOKDOX : PRIVTBD BT BForriiwoo Dx asd oo.« s BW-s TBnr squabb AVD PARLIAUBKT STBn T f^ HISTOEY OF EUEOPEAN MOEALS FROM AUGUSTUS TO CHARLEMAGNE BY WILLIAM EDWAED HARTPOLE LECKY, M. At a very early period it was given to infants, and already in the time of St. The lowest penalty consisted of deprivation of the Eucharist for a few weeks. The Christian, in the spirit of the Church, represented them as a definite sin, the sin of murder, for which the spectators as well as the actors were directly responsible before Heaven. The fierce denunciations of the mendicant orders by William of St. The abbot asked if he had any one belonging to him. corpus mulieris ignis est, et ex eo Verba Seniorum. Foemen and his six brothers had all deserted their mother to cultivate the perfections of an ascetic life. Fly with tearless eyes to the ban- ner of the cross. Home was to them the power of Antichrist, and its overthrow the necessary prelude to the millennial reigi L They formed an ill^al organisation, directly opposed to the genius of the Empire, anticipating its speedy destruction, looking back with something more than despondency to the fate of the heroes who adorned its past, and refusing resolutely to participate in those national spectacles which were the symbols and the expressions of patriotic feeling. Their attitude, however, marked a complete, and, as it has proved, a permanent, change in the position assigned to patriotism in the moral scale. was true to those of mankiiid.' — Apmncnliis was obliged to fly, the Hist, of Christianity, yo L iii. The first is that tendency of strong religious fee Ung to divert the mind from all terrestrial cares and passions, of which the ascetic life was the extreme expression, but which has always, under different forms, been manifested in the Church.

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