Of God and His Creatures

This is the answer to the enquiry, started by Plato, Euthyphro, 13, 14. The answer lies in a mean between the savage notion of gods hungering after the reek and savour of sacrificial meats, and the Epicurean poco-curante intermundane deum natura nihil indiga nostri, set forth in Lucretius I, 61.

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