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What is the origin of the phrase, “do to others as they have already done to you”?


 

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    Borsia 4 years ago

    It was around long before the old testament and long before monotheism it appears in various forms in the earliest writings of philosophy from many cultures.

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    Gypsy Willow 4 years ago

    Read "the Water babies" by Charles Kingsley. He uses the Golden Rule for his characters, Mrs Doasyouwouldbedoneby and Mrs Bedonebyasyoudid. A morality tale for Victorian youngsters.