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Teokset Teokset 21 - 27 / 27 haulle If then it be profitable for him to read, why should it not at least be tolerable....
" 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
muokkaaja - 1811
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The Greatest Debatewithin a Half Century Upon Modern Spiritualism

Moses Hull, William F. Jamieson - 1904 - 412 sivua
...learned man but will confess that he hath much profited by reading controversies, his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth which he holds more firmly established. If it then be profitable for him to read, why shovild it not at least be tolerable and free for his adversary...

A Dictionary of Thoughts: Being a Cyclopedia of Laconic Quotations from the ...

Tryon Edwards - 1908 - 644 sivua
...learned man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies : his senses awakened, I1 O %}؀6} { *F"?$ % ( RH^_ [ F % |Фə , ?O< < h In logic they teach that contraries laid together more evidently appear ; and controversy being permitted,...

A Dictionary of Thoughts

Tryon Edwards - 1908 - 644 sivua
...learned man but will confess he huth much profited by reading controversies ; his senses awakened, render sickness tolerable, solitude pleasant, age venerable, life more dignified In logic they teach that contraries laid together more evidently appear ; and controversy being permitted,...

Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal : an Annotated Topical Bibliography ...

1993 - 821 sivua
...leamed man but will confess that he hath most profited by reading controversies — his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth which he holds more firmly established. All controversy being permitted, falsehood will appear more false, and truth the more true." — John...

Milton: The life

William Riley Parker, Gordon Campbell - 1996 - 1539 sivua
...man but will confess he hath much profited by reading controversies, his senses awaked, his judgement sharpened, and the truth which he holds more firmly...least be tolerable and free for his adversary to write ? . . . all controversies being permitted, falsehood will appear more false, and truth the more true...
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The Quarterly Review of the American Protestant Association, Nide 2

American Protestant Association - 1845
...learned man but will con,fess 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 aud free for his adversary to write? In logic they teach, that contraries laid together more evidently...

The Scottish Guardian. January to June 1872.

Various - 1872
...learned man but will confess he hath much profited by Trading controversies, — his senses awakened, his judgment sharpened, and the truth which he holds...it be profitable for him to read, why should it not nt least be tolerable and free for his adversary to write ?"— Joiix MILTOS.] THE ATHANASIAN CREED....




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