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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|12 Taste is nothing but an enlarged capacity for receiving pleasure from works of |
imagination. WILLIAM HAZLITT ... 14 Between good sense and good taste there
lies the difference between a cause and its effect. JEAN DE LA BRUYeRE ...
Robert Andrews - 1997 - 625 pages
|4 Between good sense and good taste there lies the difference between a cause |
and its effect. JEAN DE LA BRUYÈRE, (1645-1696) French writer, moralist.
Characters, "Of Opinions," aph. 56(1688). 5 I wish you all manner of prosperity,
with a ...
Carol A. Dingle - 2000 - 192 pages
|... be compared to some beauty carelessly dressed and thereby all the more |
attractive. One mark of a second-rate mind is to be always telling stories.
Between good sense and good taste there lies the difference between a cause
and its effect.
|k n antique beveled window in its origi- / \na\ wooden frame is a wonderful |
window treatment. Whether hung by a chain or a ... Between good sense and
good taste there lies the difference between a cause and its effect. — Jean de La
|There is not only a rational belief that God is holy, and that holiness is a good |
thing, but there is a sense of the loveliness ... There is a difference between
having a rational judgment that honey is sweet, and having a sense of its
sweetness. ... that knows not how honey tastes; but a man cannot have the latter
unless he has an idea of the taste of honey in his mind. ... enmity, removes those
prejudices, sanctifies the reason, and causes it to lie open to the force of
arguments for their truth.
Elizabeth M. Knowles - 1999 - 1136 pages
|American film director 4 The great nations have always acted like gangsters, anil |
the small nations like prostitutes. in Gitnnlian s June 19(1} ... moral test, its
fundamental test (which lies deeply buried from view) consists of its attitudes
towards those who are at its mercy: animals. ... Between good sense and good
taste there is the same difference as between cause and effect. l*es Canicleres
mi h's moeurs ...
2008 - 144 pages
|What is the "social contract," and what are our obligations to it? Is the "general will" infallible? What are the limits of sovereign power? What are the marks of "good government"? What constitutes the death of the body politic?|
|"Mark now the difference, ye that boast yoor lovfl Of kings, between your loyalty |
and ours. ... "There bee of time three differences: the first from the Creation of
man to the Floud, or Deluge, . . . the second from the Floud to the first Olympian.
... where a number of men come together with different habits, we may expect to
find a medley of characters ; good taste may ... therefore, to the latter as the cause
to the effect ; the distinction restson the difference^ those are equally bad
logicians who ...
|Murk now the difference, ye that boast your lore Of kings, between yoor loyalty |
and oars. ... "There bee of time three differences: the first from the Creation of
man to the Floud, or Deluge, . . . the second from the Flood to the first Olyrapias.
... medley of characters ; good taste may render a diversity of color agreeable to
the eye; caprice or bad taste will bo apt to form a ... to tho latter as tho cause to
the effect; tho distinction rests on the difference; those are equally bad logicians
who make a ...