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" Mistake not this for a commendation of my work; nor conclude, because I was pleased with the doing of it, that therefore I am fondly taken with it now it is done. He that hawks at larks and sparrows, has no less sport, though a much less considerable... "
Nonplussed!: Mathematical Proof of Implausible Ideas - xi. oldal
szerző: Julian Havil - 2007 - 196 oldal
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, 1. kötet

John Locke - 1805 - 510 oldal
...at larks and sparrows, has no less sport, though a much less considerable quarry, than he that ilies at nobler game: and he is little acquainted with the...not know, that as it is the most elevated faculty of the'soul, so it is employed with a greater and more constant delight than any of the other. Its searches...

The Works of John Locke, 1. kötet

John Locke - 1823
...lordship's Most humble, and Most obedient servant, JOHN LOCKE. THE EPISTLE TO THE READER. READER, I HERE put into thy hands, what has been the diversion of...that as it is the most elevated faculty of the soul, so-it is employed with a greater and more constant delight than any of the other. Its searches after...

Reflections adapted to the holy seasons of the Christian and ecclesiastical year

John Brewster - 1834
...is in heaven '." XIV. — Sins of the Understanding. " HE is little acquainted with the subject of THE UNDERSTANDING who does not know, that as it is the most elevated of the soul, so it is employed with a greater and more constant delight, than any of the other. Its...

An essay concerning human understanding. With the notes and illustr. of the ...

1853 - 564 oldal
...so of any of thine, and thon hast but half so much pleasure in reading as I had in writing it, thon wilt as little think thy money, as I do my pains,...of the soul, so it is employed with a greater and mere constant delight than any of the other. Its searches after truth are a sort of hawking and hunting,...

Journal of the Royal United Service Institution, 28. kötet

Royal United Service Institution (Great Britain) - 1884
...personal as well as professional import. John Locke wrote about 1689: " He is little acquainted with the understanding who does not know that as it is...with a greater and more constant delight than any other." III. The recent progress and present condition of the seamen and marines of the Fleet is clearly...




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