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Xenophanes (Born c. 560 BC, Colophon, Died Ionia c. 478  ) was a Greek Philosopher, Theologian, Poet, and Social and Religious Critic. Xenophanes Lived a Life of Travel, Having Left Ionia at The Age of 25. 

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“Men always Makes Gods in their Own Image.”

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“It Takes a Wise Man to Recognize a Wise Man.”

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“God is One, Greatest of Gods and Men, Not Like Mortals in Body or Thought.”

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“Better than The Strength of Men and Horses is our Wisdom.”

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“No Man Knows Distinctly anything, and No Nan Ever will.”

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“There is One God - Supreme among Gods and Men - who is Like Mortals in neither Body nor Mind.”

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“For all Things Come from Earth, and all Things End by Becoming Earth.”

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“One must Be a Sage to Recognize a Sage.”

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“No Human Being will Ever Know The Truth, for even if They Happen to Say it by Chance, They would Not even Known They had Done so.”

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“If Cows and Horses had Hands and could Draw, Cows would Draw Gods that Look Like Cows and Horses would Draw Gods that Look Like Horses.”

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“If God had Not Made Brown Honey, Men would Think Figs Much Sweeter than They Do.”

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“God is One, Supreme among Gods and Men, and Not Like Mortals in Body or in Mind.The Whole [of God] Sees, The whole Perceives, The Whole Hears. But Without Effort He Sets in Motion all Things by Mind and Thought.”

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“The Sun Comes into Being Each Day from Little Pieces of Fire that are Collected.”

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“But Without Effort [God] Sets in Motion all Things by Mind and Thought.”

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“It isn't Right to Judge Strength as Better than Good Wisdom.”

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“Pure Truth No Man has Seen, nor Ever shall Know.”

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“Truly The Gods have Not from The Beginning Revealed all Things to Mortals, but by Long Seeking, Mortals Discover what is Better.”

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“The Clear and Perfect Truth No Man has Seen, nor will There Be anyone who Knows about The Gods and what I Say about all Things... for, however Perfect what He Says may Be, yet He does Not Know it; all Things are Matters of Opinion.”

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“This Upper Limit, of Earth at Our Feet is Visible and Touches The Air, but Below it Reaches to Infinity”

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“The Ethiopians Say that their Gods are Snub-Nosed and Black The Thracians that theirs have Light Blue Eyes and Red Hair.”

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