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Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is t ...
Cleverness is serviceable for everything, sufficient for nothing.
Can the knowledge deriving from reason even begin to compare with knowledge perceptible by sense? No doubt the number of people cr ...
A knowledge that people live close by is,
I think, enough. And even if only first names are ever exchanged
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In proper English households . . . one writer remembered in the 1630s as a time when, "The child perfectly loathed the sight of hi ...
The function of the hero in art is to inspire the reader or spectator to continue in the same spirit from where he, the hero, leav ...
A machine is characterized by sustained, autonomous action. It is set up by human hands and then is more or less set loose from hu ...
Literature is not exhaustible, for the sufficient and simple reason that a single book is not. A book is not an isolated entity: i ...
Hume, and other skeptical innovators, are vain men, and will gratify themselves at any expense. Truth will not afford sufficient f ...
... most Southerners of my parents' era were raised to feel that it wasn't respectable to be rich. We felt that all patriotic Sout ...
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