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" But the world is habitually unjust in its judgments of such men; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated as the substance : It decides, like a court of law, by dead statutes; and not positively but negatively, less on what is done right,... "
The North American Review - 72. oldal
Szerkesztette: - 1868
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 48. kötet

1828
...worthyof blame than of pity and wonder. But the world is habitually unjust in its judgments' of such men ; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated...mathematical orbit, which are so easily measured, but the ratio of these to the whole diameter, constitutes the real aberration. This orbit may be a planet's,...

Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., 1-2. kötet

Maurice Cross - 1835
...of blame than of pity and wonder. But the world is habitually unjust in its judgments of such men ; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated...positively but negatively, less on what is done right, Uian on what is, or is not, done wrong. Not the few inches of deflection from the mathematical orbit,...

Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, 1. kötet

Thomas Carlyle - 1838
...of blame than of pity and wonder. But the world is habitually unjust in its judgments of such men ; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated...mathematical orbit, which are so easily measured, but the ratio of these to the whole diameter, constitutes the real aberration. This orbit may be a planet's,...

Critical and miscellaneous essays, collected and republ

Thomas Carlyle - 1840
...of blame than of pity and wonder. But the world is habitually unjust in its judgments of such men ; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated...mathematical orbit, which are so easily measured, but the ratio of these to the whole diameter, constitutes the real aberration. This orbit may be a planet's,...

The Life and Land of Burns

Allan Cunningham - 1841 - 363 oldal
...of blame than of pity and wonder. But the world is habitually unjust in its judgments of such men ; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated...mathematical orbit, which are so easily measured, but the ratio of these to the whole diameter, constitutes the real aberration. This orbit may be a planet's,...

Critical and Miscellaneous Essays

Thomas Carlyle - 1845 - 568 oldal
...of blame than of pity and wonder. But the world is habitualTy unjust in its judgments of such men ; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated...and not positively but negatively, less on what is dune right, than on what is, or is not, done wrong. Not the few inches of reflection from the mathematical...

CRITICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.

THOMAS CARLYLE. - 1852
...of blame than of pity and wonder. But the world is habitually unjust in its judgments of such men ; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated...what is, or is not, done wrong. Not the few inches of reflection from the mathematical orbit, which are so easily measured, but the ratio of these to the...

The Modern British Essayists: Carlyle, Thomas. Critical and miscellaneous essays

1852
...habitually unjust in its judgments of such men ; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be staled as the substance : It decides, like a court of law,...what is, or is not, done wrong. Not the few inches of reflection from the mathematical orbit, which are so easily measured, but the ratio of these \a the...

The Book of Eloquence: A Collection of Extracts in Prose and Verse, from the ...

1853 - 452 oldal
...of blame than of pity and wonder. But the world is habitually unjust in its judgments of such men ; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated...what is, or is not, done wrong. Not the few inches of reflection from the mathematical orhit, which are so easily measured, but the ratio of these to the...

Time, the Avenger

Anne Marsh-Caldwell - 1853 - 380 oldal
...of blame than of pity and wonder. But the world is habitually unjust in its judgments of such men; unjust on many grounds, of which this one may be stated...negatively, less on what is done right, than on what is or Us not done wrong. Not the few inches of deflection from the mathematical orbit, which are so easily...




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