The Philological Museum, Volume 2

Julius Charles Hare
J. Smith, 1833

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Página 63 - Thus the measure of what is everywhere called and esteemed virtue and vice, is the approbation or dislike, praise or blame, which by a secret and tacit consent establishes itself in the several societies, tribes, and clubs of men in the world; whereby several actions come to find credit or disgrace amongst them, according to the judgment, maxims, or fashion of that place.
Página 325 - Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division : 52 For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two, and two against three. 53 The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against the father; the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother; the...
Página 444 - ... have a great power over dispositions and manners; to smooth and make them gentle from rustic harshness and distempered passions.
Página 314 - ... an heretike falsely translate the newe testament into Englishe, to make hys false heresyes seme the word of God, be not his bokes well worthy to be burned ? To thys question in thys fashion framed : if he wyll...
Página 92 - When a young artist is first told that his composition and his attitudes must be contrasted, that he must turn the head contrary to the position of the body, in order to produce grace and animation ; that his outline must be undulating, and swelling, to give grandeur ; and that the eye must be gratified with a variety of...
Página 489 - There is always a slight cast of irony in the grave, calm, respectful attention impartially bestowed by an intelligent judge on two contending parties who are pleading their causes before him with all the earnestness of deep conviction and excited feeling.
Página 549 - ... one whole. For his proofs always hinge on this assumption : that it is impossible to start from one true thought, and to be entangled in a contradiction with any other, and also that knowledge derived from any one point, and obtained by correct combination, cannot contradict that which has been deduced in like manner from any other point; and while he exposed such contradictions in the current conceptions of mankind, he strove to rouse those leading ideas in all who were capable of understanding...
Página 209 - We have set down that, that in our judgment agreeth best with reason and good order. Which notwithstanding, if it seem to any to be too rough hewed, let him plane it out more smoothly, and I shall not only not envy it, but, in the behalf of my country, most heartily thank him for so great a benefit ; hoping that I shall be thought sufficiently to have done my part, if in fowling this bell, I may draw others to a deeper consideration of the matter : for, touching myself, I must needs confess, that...
Página 217 - Our Future or at least what answers to it, is I shall, thou wilt, he will. When speaking in the first person, we speak submissively; when speaking to or of another, we speak courteously. In our older writers , for instance in our translation of the Bible, shall is applied to all three persons; we had not then reached that stage of politeness which shrinks from the appearance even of speaking compulsorily of another.
Página 209 - I have with some diligence searched after it) entertaineth none but natural and home-born words, which though in number they be not many, a hundred and twenty, or thereabouts ; yet in variation are so divers and uncertain, that they need much the stamp of some good logic to beat them into proportion. We have set down that, that in our judgment agreeth best with reason and good order.

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