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" Are the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures of the senses ? And are not the pleasures of the intellect greater than the pleasures of the affections ? Is... "
A Review of Public Instruction in the Bengal Presidency, from 1835 to 1851 - Sivu 88
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The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England, Nide 1

Francis Bacon, Basil Montagu - 1825
...knowledge is a double of that which is. The truth of being, and the truth of knowing, is all one : and the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures of the senses. And are not the pleasures uf the intellect greater than the pleasures of the affections ? Is it not a true and only natural pleasure,...

The Works of Lord Bacon: With an Introductory Essay, Nide 1

Francis Bacon - 1838 - 832 sivua
...knowledge is a double of that which is. The truth of being, and the truth of knowing, is all one. And the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures...only natural pleasure, whereof there is no satiety P Is it not knowledge that doth alone clear the mind of all perturbations ? How many things are there...

The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England: With a Life ..., Nide 1

Francis Bacon, Basil Montagu - 1848 - 455 sivua
...knowledge is a double of that which is. The truth of being, and the truth of knowing, is all one : and the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures...intellect greater than the pleasures of the affections 1 Is it not a true and only natural pleasure, whereof there is no satiety 1 Is it not knowledge that...

The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His ..., Nide 1

Francis Bacon, James Spedding - 1861
...knowledge is a double of that which is ; the truth of being and the truth of knowing is all one. Are not2 the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures...greater than the pleasures of the affections ? Is not knowledge s a true and only natural pleasure, whereof there is no satiety ? Is it not knowledge...

The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His Occasional Works ...

Francis Bacon, James Spedding - 1861
...not the pleasures of the intellect greater than the pleasures of the affections? Is not knowledge3 a true and only natural pleasure, whereof there is...not knowledge that doth alone clear the mind of all perturbation ? How many things are there which we imagine not ! How many things do we esteem and value...

Works: Collected and Edited by James Spedding, Robert Leslie Ellis ..., Nide 8

Francis Bacon - 1862
...knowledge is a double of that which is; the truth of being and the truth of knowing is all one. Are not 2 the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures...greater than the pleasures of the affections ? Is not knowledge 3 a true and only natural pleasure, whereof there is no satiety ? Is it not knowledge...

The Popular Science Monthly: Supplement

1877
..." A man is but what he knoweth," he wrote in his thirty-fourth year ; and then continues : "Are not the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures...intellect greater than the pleasures of the affections ? " Yet — this knowledge — " What la Bhe, cat from love and faith. But eome wild Pallas from the...

Bacon and Essex: A Sketch of Bacon's Earlier Life

Edwin Abbott Abbott - 1877 - 304 sivua
...ESSEX. A SKETCH OF BACON'S EARLIER LIFE. EDWIN A. ABBOTT, DD, EDITOR OF " BACON'S ESSAYS." " Are not the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures...not the pleasures of the intellect greater than the pleasv/ns of the affections I" — BACON'S Conference of Pleasure. SEELEY, JACKSON, & HALLIDAY, 54,...

Bacon's Novum organum

Francis Bacon - 1878 - 619 sivua
...much as any other desire of his nature. As Bacon himself says in the Praise of Knowledge, 'Are not the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures...greater than the pleasures of the affections ? Is not knowledge a true and only natural pleasure, whereof there is no satiety?" At turba longe maxima...

Novum organum

Francis Bacon - 1878 - 16 sivua
...much as any other desire of his nature. As Bacon himself says in the Praise of Knowledge, ' Are not the pleasures of the affections greater than the pleasures...greater than the pleasures of the affections ? Is not knowledge a true and only natural pleasure, whereof there is no satiety?' At turba longe maxima...




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