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" But the modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection compatible with their nature. "
The North British Review - Página 77
1854
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The Stones of Venice: The sea-stories

John Ruskin - 1853
...§ XI. But the modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection...brute animals would be preferable to man, because more perfect in their functions and kind, and yet are always held inferior to him, so also in the works...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 6;Volume 98

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1853
...hand : — 'The modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires in all things the utmost completion or perfection...in the abstract, but becomes ignoble when it causes iis to forget the relative dignities of that nature itself, and to prefer the perfectness of the lower...
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On the nature of Gothic architecture: and herein of the true functions of ...

John Ruskin - 1854
...whole. But the modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection...brute animals would be preferable to man, because more perfect in their functions and kind, and yet are always held inferior to him, so also in the works...
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Bombay Quarterly Review, Volume 1,Edição 1

1855
...whole. " But the modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection...brute animals would be preferable to man, because more perfect in their functions and kind, and yet are always held inferior to him, so also in the works...
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Seed-grain for Thought and Discussion, Volume 2

Anna Cabot Lowell - 1856
...whole. But the modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection...rule, all the brute animals would be preferable to men, because more perfect in their functions and kind, and yet are always held inferior to him, so...
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Foliorum centuriae, selections for translation into Latin and Greek prose ...

Hubert Ashton Holden - 1864
...COMMENDABLE. The modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection...brute animals would be preferable to man, because more perfect in their functions and kind, and yet are always held inferior to him, so also in the works...
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Precious Thoughts: Moral and Religious : Gathered from the Works of John Ruskin

Louisa Caroline Tuthill - 1865 - 477 páginas
...PERFECTION. The modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection...brute animals would be preferable to man, because more perfect in their functions and kind, and yet are always held inferior to him, so also in the works...
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Precious Thoughts: Moral and Religious. Gathered from the Works of John ...

John Ruskin, Louisa Caroline Tuthill - 1866 - 349 páginas
...PERFECTION. The modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection...brute animals would be preferable to man, because more perfect in their functions and kind, and yet are always held inferior to him, so also in the works...
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Penny readings in prose and verse, selected and ed. by J.E. Carpenter, Volume 6

Penny readings - 1867
...periodicals.] THE modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection...brute animals would be preferable to man, because more perfect in their functions and kind, and yet are always held inferior to him, so also in the works...
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The stones of Venice.-3 vol

John Ruskin - 1867
...§ xi. But the modern English mind has this much in common with that of the Greek, that it intensely desires, in all things, the utmost completion or perfection...dignities of that nature itself, and to prefer the perfect!) ess of the lower nature to the imperfection of the higher ; not considering that as, judged...
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