Frontispiece to Instauratio Magna He believed it was necessary to educate children in a variety of ways. Tutors needed to teach students through experience rather than through the mere memorization of knowledge often practised in book learning.
He shuts the book, and lets it fall with a bang on the floor The History of Scepticism from Savonarola to Bayle.
Another admonition was concerning the ends of science: These groups are independent of each other, their size being determined by their mode of life, because the number who can live together economically is limited by the possibilities of the food-quest. Wise sayings of Euripides are even now at my fingers' ends.
Bayle emphasizes that since the workings of Providence are infinite, they could not be comprehended by finite reason.
And then recalls examples of apostles, saints, monks and hermits that were accounted to have lived for a long term, and how this was considered to be a blessing in the old law Old Testament.
Which preponderated is a question of the intensity of the competition of life at the time. The Correspondence of Mr.
A Dictionary of Quotations I fancy mankind may come, in time, to write all aphoristically, except in narrative; grow weary of preparation, and connection, and illustration, and all those arts by which a big book is made.
A Literary Companion, Authors are magpies, echoing each other's words and seizing avidly on anything that glitters. He describes his own poor memory, his ability to solve problems and mediate conflicts without truly getting emotionally involved, his disdain for the human pursuit of lasting fame, and his attempts to detach himself from worldly things to prepare for his timely death.
This work was later expanded, translated into Latin, and published as De Augmentis Scientiarum. Bayle frames their positions in terms of a priori and a posteriori reasons. It is this waste which has made the evolution of civilization so slow. Ideas for Our Times by Laurence J. In the second book, Bacon analyses the state of the sciences of his day, stating what was being done incorrectly, what should be bettered, in which way should they be advanced.
The average man ought to be allowed a quotation of no less than three sentences, one to make his statement and two to explain what he meant. On the day of his 38th birthday, as he entered this almost ten-year period of self-imposed reclusion, he had the following inscription crown the bookshelves of his working chamber: Variations on the Theme of Scepticism.
Aboutin various quotation books, this started going around attributed to Samuel Taylor Coleridge: They are not propositions, conceived in the understanding and addressed to life, but propositions born of life itself, and addressed to the heart.
So it has been with war. I have occasionally imagined the editors as Huck and Tom on the raft, floating down the big river and trying to pull aboard, from so much miscellaneous jetsam, what would be enduringly useful. By necessity, by proclivity, and by delight, we all quote.
We also find war between groups under some regulation and conventionalization when there is a bond of kinship or religion uniting the two groups. University of Arizona Press. Quotations about quotations, compiled by Terri Guillemets.
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