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" If then it be profitable for him to read, why should it not at least be tolerable and free for his adversary to write... "
Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly miscellany) [afterw ... - Sivu 339
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The Literature of the Sabbath Question, Nide 1

Robert Cox - 1865
...learned man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies ; his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth which he holds more firmly established."— MILTON, Of True Religion, Heresy, Schism, and Tulemtion. I— THE CREATION. GENESIS. CHAP. I. IN the...

The Prose Works of John Milton ...: With a Preface, Preliminary ..., Nide 1

John Milton, James Augustus St. John - 1871
...no learned man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies, his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth which he holds...least be tolerable and free for his adversary to write 1 In logic they teach, that contraries laid together more evidently appear : it follows, then, that...

The Prose Works of John Milton ...: With a Preface, Preliminary ..., Nide 2

James Augustus St. John - 1875
...no learned man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies, his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth which he holds...then it be profitable for him to read, why should it^not at least be tolerable and free for his adversary to write ? In logic they teach, that contraries...

Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay: With Indexes...

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1876 - 764 sivua
...learned man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies, — his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth which he holds...him to read, why should it not at least be tolerable ind free for his adversary to write? In logic, they teach that contraries laid together more evidently...

The Contemporary Review, Nide 29

1877
...confess he hath much profited by reading controversies, his senses awakened, and his judgment sharpened. If, then, it be profitable for him to read, why should it not, at least, be tolerable for his adversary to write?" For centuries, in Europe, this has been either the dominant conviction,...

Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay: With Indexes. Authors, 544 ...

Samuel Austin Allibone - 1880 - 752 sivua
...learned man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies, — his senses awakened, ind free for his adversary to write? In logic, they leach that contraries laid together more evidently...

Gems of great authors; or, The philosophy of reading and thinking, selected ...

John Tillotson - 1880
...no learned man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies, his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth which he holds...then, it be profitable for him to read, why should 1t not at least be tolerable and free for his adversary to write? In logic, they teach that contraries...

Suggestive thoughts on religious subjects: a dictionary of quotations and ...

1881 - 447 sivua
...learned man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies — his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the' truth which he holds...should it not at least be tolerable and free for his adver«ary to write ? In logic they teach that contraries laid together more evidently appear. It follows,...

A Homiletic Encyclopaedia of Illustrations in Theology and Morals. ...

Robert Aitkin Bertram - 1885 - 892 sivua
...learned man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies, — his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth which he holds...should it not at least be tolerable and free for his ad versary to write ? In logic, they teach that contraries laid together more evidently appear : it...

Treasury of Wisdom, Wit and Humor, Odd Comparisons and Proverbs: Authors ...

1891 - 527 sivua
...reading controversies, — his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth « hirh he holds firmly established. If then it be profitable for him...read, why should it not at least be tolerable and free tor his adversary to write Î In logic, they teach that contraries laid together, more evidently appear...




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