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" The Socrates of Aristophanes is as truly ridiculous a character as ever was drawn: — true; but it is not the character of Socrates, the divine moralist and father of ancient wisdom. What then? did the ridicule of the poet hinder the philosopher from... "
Warburton and his quarrels; including an illustration of his literary ... - 56. oldal
szerző: Isaac Disraeli - 1814
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Essays on the Characteristics

John Brown - 1801 - 134 oldal
...proceeds next to the Cafe of SOCRATES. He owns " the So" CRATES of ARISTOPHANES is as truly ri" diculous a Character as ever was drawn : *< But it is not the Character of SOCRATES, " the divine Moralift and Father of ancient " Wifdom." — No indeed : and here lay the Wickednefs...

The Poetical Works of Mark Akenside, M.D.: In Two Volumes. Collated with the ...

Mark Akenside, Thomas Park - 1808
...in allowing those circumstances to impose upon us : but the sense of ridicule always judges right. The Socrates of Aristophanes is as truly ridiculous a character as ever was drawn : — True; but it is not the character of Socrates, the divine moralist and father of ancient wisdom....

The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., 14. kötet

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...in allowing those circumstances to impose upon us : but the sense of ridicule always judges right. doubtful hope : Though sorely buffettcd by ev'ry sea, Our hull unbroken long may : — true; but it is not the character of Socrates, the divine moralist and father of ancient wis'lom....

The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton ...

William Warburton - 1811
...society by the abuse of ridicule, but .of the injury to ridicule itself. ._ But let us hear him out : The Socrates of Aristophanes is- as truly ridiculous a character as ever was drawn. True ; but it is not the character o/' Socrates, the divine moralist, and father of ancient wisdom....

The Works of the Right Reverend William Warburton, D.D., Lord ..., 11. kötet

William Warburton, Richard Hurd - 1811 - 12 oldal
...to society by the abuse of ridicule, but of the injury to ridicule itself. But let us hear him out : The Socrates of Aristophanes is as truly' ridiculous a character as ever was drawn. True; but it is not the character of Socrates, the divine moralist, and father of ancient wisdom. Indeed!...

The pleasures of imagination

Mark Akenside, Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - 1818 - 195 oldal
...in allowing those circumstances to impose upon us : but the sense of ridicule always judges right. The Socrates of Aristophanes is as truly ridiculous a character as ever was drawn : — true ; but it is not the character of Socrates, the divine moralist and father of ancient wisdom....

The pleasures of imagination. Barbauld

Mark Akenside - 1818
...in allowing those circumstances to impose upon us : but the sense of ridicule always judges right. The Socrates of Aristophanes is as truly ridiculous a character as ever was drawn : — true ; but it is not the character of Socrates, the divine moralist and father of ancient wisdom....

The Poetical Works of Mark Akenside

Mark Akenside - 1835 - 303 oldal
...in allowing those circumstances to impose upon us : but the sense of ridicule always judges right. The Socrates of Aristophanes is as truly ridiculous a character as ever was drawn : — true ; but it is not the character of Socrates, the divine moralist and father of ancient wisdom....

The Poetical Works of Mark Akinside: With His Life

Mark Akenside - 1838 - 143 oldal
...in allowing those circumstances to impose upon us : but the sense of ridicule always judges right. The Socrates of Aristophanes is as truly ridiculous a character as ever was drawn : — True ; but it is not the character of Socrates, the divine moralist and father of ancient wisdom....

Miscellanies of literature, by the author of 'Curiosities of literature'.

Isaac Disraeli - 1840
...that on so important a point Akenside had been consulted. 1 shall give it in his own words : — " The Socrates of Aristophanes is as truly ridiculous...that was the real character of Socrates, not from any error in the faculty of ridicule itself." — Dyson then states the fact, as it concerned Socrates....




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