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He that wrestles with us strengthens our nerves, and sharpens our skill. Our antagonist is our helper. This amicable conflict with ...
It is commonplace that a problem stated is well on its way to solution, for statement of the nature of a problem signifies that th ...
Is not prayer also a study of truth,--a sally of the soul into the unfound infinite? No man ever prayed heartily, without learning ...
Reason, in a strict sense, as meaning the judgment of truth and falsehood, can never, of itself, be any motive to the will, and ca ...
An emotion is a tendency to feel, and an instinct is a tendency to act, characteristically, when in the presence of a certain obje ...
The moment a person forms a theory, his imagination sees in every object only the tracts which favor that theory.
Though the practice of chivalry fell even more sadly short of its theoretic standard than practice generally falls below theory, i ...
The elite artist knows that his audience views his art in a context of certain predispositions; he anticipates success or failure ...
I love Coleridge ... and I am very willing to allow that he has more imagination than Wordsworth, and more of the real poet. But a ...
By "essence" I understand a universal, of any degree of complexity and definition, which may be given immediately, whether to sens ...
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