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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 10 haulle A new truth has to encounter three normal stages of opposition. In the first, it....
" A new truth has to encounter three normal stages of opposition. In the first, it is denounced as an imposture. In the second, that is, when it is beginning to force itself into notice, it is cursorily examined and plausibly explained away. In the third,... "
On the Truths Contained in Popular Superstitions: With an Account of Mesmerism - Sivu 17
tekijä(t) Herbert Mayo - 1851 - 248 sivua
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A Comment on the Twenty-third Chapter of the Prophet Isaiah

1842 - 36 sivua
...as a charlatan ; he is about to win his long-deferred laurels. A new truth, it has been well said, has to encounter three normal stages of opposition...decried as useless, and hostile to religion. And when at length it is fully admitted, it passes only under a protest that it has been perfectly known for...

Zadkiel's magazine, or Record and review of astrology, phrenology ..., Nide 1

Richard James Morrison
...posterity. JW JACKSON. Edinburgh, August 4, 1855. VI. The Athenaeum and Phrenology. By RHADAMANTHCS. " A new truth has to encounter three normal stages of...as useless, and hostile to religion. And when it is finally admitted, it passes only under a protest that it has been perfectly known fot ages — a proceeding...

Letters on the Truths Contained in Popular Superstitions

Herbert Mayo - 1849 - 152 sivua
...new truth. But alas, the trials, which await it in that character! — what an ordeal is before it. A new truth has to encounter three normal stages of...as useless, and hostile to religion. And when it is finally admitted, it passes only under a protest that is has been perfectly known for ages — a proceeding...

THE ZOIST

The Zoist VOL.VII March,1849 to January,1850 - 1850
...into notice, it is cursorily examined and plausibly explained away. In the third, or ' cut linn.it' stage, it is decried as useless, and hostile to religion. And when it is finally admitted, it passes only under a protest that it has been perfectly known for ages — a proceeding...

The Tin Trumpet: Or, Heads and Tails for the Wise and Waggish

Horace Smith - 1859 - 262 sivua
...as an imposture; in the second—when it is beginning to force itself into notice—it is curiously examined and plausibly explained away; in the third, or cui bono stage, it is decried as useless. And when it is finally admitted, it passes only under a protest that it has been perfectly known for ages—a...

The Millennium: The Good Time Coming. With a History of Experiments on the ...

William Sheldon - 1862 - 196 sivua
...as a charlatan ; he is about to win his long-deferred laurels. A new truth, it has been well said, has to encounter three normal stages of opposition...decried as useless, and hostile to religion. And when at length it is fully admitted, it passes only under a protest that it has been perfectly known for...

The Philosophy of the Bath: Or, Air and Water in Health and Disease ...

Durham Dunlop - 1868 - 465 sivua
...an imposture; in the second — that is, when it isbeginning to force itself into notice — it is examined, and plausibly explained away; - in the third,...fully admitted, it passes only under a protest that it was perfectly known for ages — a proceeding intended to make the new truth ashamed of itself, and...

The Tin Trumpet: Or, Heads and Tails for the Wise and Waggish

1869 - 262 sivua
...plausibly explained away; in the third, or cui lono stage, it is decried as useless. And when it is finally admitted, it passes only under a protest that it has...ashamed of itself, and wish it had never been born. When Algernon Sydney was told that he might save his life by telling a falsehood — by denying his...

The Philosophy of the Bath; or, air and water in health and disease, etc

Durham DUNLOP - 1873
...second — that is, when it is beginning to force itself into notice — it is examined, and plau•ibly explained away; in the third, or cui bono stage, it...fully admitted, it passes only under a protest that it was perfectly known for ages — a proceeding intended to make the new truth ashamed of itself, and...

Buchanan's Journal of Man, Niteet 3–5

1855
...first, it is denounced as;an imposture ; in the second — that is, when it is beginning to force it*eli into notice — it is cursorily examined, and plausibly...decried as useless, and hostile to religion. And when at length it is fully admitted, it passes only under a protest that it has been perfectly known for...




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