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1884 - 1216 pages
|ADMIRATION. Admiration is safer than love. Diogenes. Admiration accompanies |
respect. H. P. Tappan. There is a pleasure in admiration. Tillotson. We do not all
admire the same thing. Horace. Admiration is the daughter of ignorance. Zeno.
|VI. Admiration. Is. the. Daughter. of. Ignorance. In Paris they just simply opened |
their eyes and stared when we spoke to them in French! We never did succeed in
making those idiots understand their own language. — Mark Twain, The ...
|For years 1 used to wake up my daughter and say, “Melissa you ripped me to |
shreds. Now go back to sleep.” _|o.\\˘ Rlvlzlts Art is the daughter of freedom.
FRIEDRICH SCHILLER Admiration is the daughter of ignorance. BENJAMIN
Fl1M\ KLI ...
Tryon Edwards - 1908 - 644 pages
|ActioD is eloquence; the eyes of the ignorant are more learned than their ears. ... |
ADMIRATION. — Admiration is the daughter of ignorance. — Franklin. Admiration
is a very short-lived passion that decays on growing familiar with its object ...
|Admiration is the daughter of ignorance. — Franklin. ADAPTATION. To wade in |
marshes and sea margins is the destiny of certain birds, and they are so
accuratelv made for this that they are imprisoned in those places. Each animal
out of its ...
|On Being "Full of Admiration" Ironically, up until recently, the most quoted words |
of Margaret Cavendish were not taken ... he conveys the censorious attitude
found in the saying quoted by Bishop Fuller: "Admiration is the daughter of
|... ifs and ans were pots and pans, there'd be no work for tinkers ignorance |
admiration is the daughter of ignorance ignorance is a voluntary misfortune
ignorance is bliss ignorance of the law is no excuse prejudice is the child of
ignorance ill he ...
|One of these is the proverb I cite in chapter 1: "Wonder (Marvel, Admiration) is the |
daughter of ignorance. "5 Without pretending that Shakespeare structured The
Tempest around, or even that he necessarily knew, this proverb, I would claim ...
|... Incarnation : a love so wonder- full and prodigious • that though admiration be |
the daughter of ignorance , and Iesus be the infinite and eternal Science , He (
peaks not of it but. with astonishment and admiration '. Sic Deus diltxit mundum !
|what the grovelling defires of creeping Mortals Idolize and date on; f0 it raifah us |
to love and admire an Objeét, that is as much above ... Tis here, that knowledge
wondcrs; and there's an Admiration, that's not the Daughter of Ignorance.