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Imagination is an almost divine faculty which, without recourse to any philosophical method, immediately perceives everything: the ...
He scratched his ear, the infallible resource
To which embarrassed people have recourse.
A man of fashion never has recourse to proverbs, and vulgar aphorisms; uses neither favourite words nor hard words, but takes grea ...
To have frequent recourse to narrative betrays great want of imagination.
It is accordance with our determination to refrain from aggression and build up a sentiment and practice among nations more favora ...
Progress will always have as its recourse to exaggerate what it cannot surpass.
Every disastrous accident alarms us, and sets us on enquiries concerning the principles whence it arose: Apprehensions spring up w ...
Happy for us, that when we find our constitutions defective and insufficient to secure the happiness of our people, we can assembl ...
Johnson did not answer ...; but talking for victory and determined to be master of the field, he had recourse to the device which ...
Seeing that the Senses cannot decide our dispute, being themselves full of uncertainty, we must have recourse to Reason; there is ...
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