Zoroastre, Confucius et Mahomet comparés comme sectaires, legislateurs et moralistes  

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Zoroastre, Confucius et Mahomet comparés comme sectaires, legislateurs et moralistes is a book by Emmanuel Pastoret published in 1787, in which he presents the lives of these three "great men" (Zoroastre, Confucius and Mahomet), "the greatest legislators of the universe", and compares their careers as religious reformers and lawgivers.




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