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" Hardly prepared for this blow to my established notions, I requested he would discourse of their philosophy. He reopened the volume, and read with becoming gravity, ' The most learned men are decidedly of opinion that the seat of the human understanding... "
The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the ... Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants ... - Sivu 89
tekijä(t) Samuel Wells Williams - 1848 - 614 sivua
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The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., Nide 1

Sir John Francis Davis - 1836
...requested he would discourse of their philosophy. He reopened the volume, and read with becoming gravity, ' The most learned men are decidedly of opinion that the seat of the human understanding is the stomach.'* I seized the volume in despair, and rushed from the apartment." A festival much honoured...

The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., Nide 1

John Francis Davis - 1836 - 459 sivua
...requested he would discourse of their philosophy. He re-opened the volume, and read with becoming gravity, 'The most learned men are decidedly of opinion that the seat of the human understanding is the stomach.' I seized the volume in despair, and rushed from the apartment." A festival much honoured...

The Chinese Repository, Nide 10

1841
...established notions, hut requested him to continue. He reopened the volume, and read with becoming gravity, 'The most learned men are decidedly of opinion, that...seat of the human understanding is in the belly.' 'Better say it is in the feet, and done with it,' exclaimed I, for this so shocked all my principles...

The American Eclectic, Nide 3

1842
...established notions, but requested him to continue. He reopened the volume, and read with becoming gravity, "The most learned men are decidedly of opinion, that...seat of the human understanding is in the belly." " Better say it is in the feet, and done with it," exclaimed I, for this so shorked all my principles...

Two Years in China: Narrative of the Chinese Expedition, from Its Formation ...

Duncan MacPherson - 1842 - 391 sivua
...and to crown the distinction between our own acknowledged axioms and theirs, the most learned men are of opinion that the seat of the human understanding is .in the belly. The motto selected for the title-page of this volume describes most correctly, in very few words, the...

The British Friend of India Magazine, and Indian Review, Nide 2

...and to crown the distinction between our own acknowledged axioms and theirs, the most learned men are of opinion that the seat of the human understanding is in the belly." — p. 4. After narrating the landing of the troops at Chusan in July, 1840, and the interview between...

The St. Petersburg English review of literature, the arts and science, ed ...

S Warrand - 1842
...and, to crown the distinction between our own acknowledged axioms and theirs, the most learned men are of opinion that the seat of the human understanding is in the belly!* Now, in the first place, the larger half of these alleged peculiarities are not peculiarities at all....

The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature, the Arts and Sciences, Nide 4

1842
...and, to crown the distinction between our own acknowledged axioms and theirs, the most learned men arc of opinion that the seat of the human understanding is in the belly ! , Now, in the first place, the larger half of- these alleged peculiarities are not peculiarities...

The St. Peterburg English Review, Nide 4

S. Warrand - 1842
...and, to crown the distinction between our own acknowledged axioms and theirs, the most learned men are of opinion that the seat of the human understanding is in the belly ! • Now, in the first place, the larger half of these alleged peculiarities are not peculiarities...

The War in China: Narrative of the Chinese Expedition, from Its Formation in ...

Duncan MacPherson - 1843 - 280 sivua
...and to crown the distinction between our own acknowledged axioms and theirs, the most learned men are of opinion that the seat of the human understanding is in the belly. The motto selected for the title-page of this volume describes most correctly, in very few words, the...




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