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And H. G. Gundel wrote: "Damit ist Origenes der Menschheit um 1 3/4 Jahrtausende vorausgeeilt; denn erst im 20. "34 For the believer in astrology, therefore, the notional signs would have to do. 35 This version of the argument of practical impossibility, like the argument from procession, also seems to belong uniquely to Origen. 14, where he refers to an astrological doctrine according to which the horoscope was believed to influence not only future events but also the past: Among the things which are proclaimed by the astrologers, they think that events which are earlier than the configuration [of stars] are foretold concerning human beings.
W. Laistner, “The Western Church and Astrology during the Early Middle Ages,” The Intellectual Heritage of the Early Middle Ages, ed. Chester G. Starr 26 Early Christianity and Ancient Astrology (New York, 1966), 62. 2. W. Gundel, “Heimarmene,” RE 7, 2625–26; W. Gundel, “Astrologie,” RAC 1, 828. 3. v. 2. Cf. 2, where the term is explained λε'γω δη` τω ^, τη^ ς α’ στρολογι'ας μαθη' ματι (p. 10–11 Rehm [GCS]). 4. J. Festugière, L’Idéal Religieux des Grecs et L’Évangile (Paris, 1932; repr. L. Prestige, God in Patristic Thought (London, 1936), 53–54.
7. Barton, Power and Knowledge, 64. 8. Gundel, “Heimarmene,” RE 7, 2643–44; Amand, Fatalisme, 49–68; Boll, Bezold, Gundel, Sternglaube und Sterndeutung, 24–25. 9. P. Agaësse et A. , Augustin: La Genèse au Sens Littéral en Douze Livres (1–VII) (Paris, 1972; BA 48), 610. since Carneades left no writing and the works of his disciple Clitomachus of Carthage are all lost, it is difficult to control the accuracy of the results of this research into sources; it is not impossible that in this area Carneades might be made to play a role analogous to that which for a long time was attributed to Posidonius.