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|Whether or not the scholiast interprets this correctly, it is certainly clear that glory |
is no more the shadow of virtue than it is the shadow of wealth, honor, and power
— if indeed these things are desired by many men. But let us imagine it to be the
|The possession of virtue ensures that glory is not merely empty (inanitate), and |
that it is based on true honestas rather ... the inseparability of the shadow from
the substance of virtue, as in the clich ́e that 'glory is the shadow of virtue'.84 82
|not be quelled until they by their own prowess have equalled the fame (fama) |
and glory (gloria) of their forefathers.21 ... it may be, nothing in glory (gloria) that
we should desire it, but nonetheless it follows virtue (virtutem) like a shadow Far ...
|I will never advise you to live without glory, his interlocutor replies, but I shall |
always warn you to pursue virtue rather than glory. Glory is the shadow of virtue
— if you conquer virtue you cannot fail to have glory as well (pp. 204-6).
|umbra-lit. glory, shadow of virtue. Thus, glory is the shadow of virtue; the hidden |
glory of virtue. [adumbrate] gloriae-glorious deeds gloriam praecedit humilitas-
humility comes before honour. (Prov. 15: 33b) [humility] gloriosum est iniurias ...
|Thus a third death awaits you.87 Well, there you have my verdict on glory. ... You |
know that glory is, as it were, the shadow of virtue,89 and so, just as in your world
it is impossible for a body not to cast a shadow when struck by the rays ofthe ...
|Harcourt — Swanston Andrew B'ggar Glory to God on high Kellock Glory, not |
plunder Murray Glory to the Father Dewar Glory is the shadow of virtue
Pakenham a Anderson Kennedy Blair— Butler Crawfurd Douglas Tait Balfour
Lesly Fraser ...
|Harcouit — Swanston Andrew Biggar Glory to God on high He I luck Glory, not |
plunder Murray Glory to the Father Dewar Glory is the shadow of virtue Pa ken
ham Stoutly Anderson Kennedy Blair— Butler Crawfurd Douglas Tait Balfour
|For like shadow, glory is "eminently empty" (excellamment vaine), says |
Montaigne.3 Instead of boasting himself the mirror of ... "follows virtue like a
shadow," Cicero, Tusculan Disputations 45; "is the shadow of virtue," Seneca,