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|Invention is totally independent of the will.——B. R. Haydon. Invention is not so |
much the result of labor as of judgment.—Roscommon. Invention is the talent of
youth, and judgment of age—SWIft. Only an inventor knows how to borrow, and ...
|Invention Necessity, mother of invention. — Wycherley. Invention is totally |
independent of the will. — B. It. Haydon. Invention is not so much the result of
labor as of judgment. — Roscommon. Invention is the talent of youth, aDd
judgment of age ...
|“Invention is the talent of youth, as judgment is of age.” — Swift “Invention is |
nothing more than a fine deviation from, or enlargement on a fine model.” —
Bulwer-Lytton “Necessity is the mother of invention.” — Plato “Name the greatest
of all the ...
|JUDGMENT. JUSTICE. Fools measure actions after they are done by the event ; |
wise men beforchand, by the rules of reason ... Invention is the talent of youth,
and judgment of age; so that our judgment grows harder to piease, when we
|Judge-ship, u. munsifi; sadarat. Judgment, n. 1. the act, gyan ; aql. 2. opinion, rae; |
daniat; daryaft; kbayal; Jan. I give my judgment. Main apnl rat detd hilh, 3. facility
in judging, janch ; parakh. Invention is the talent of youth ; judgment of age.
|Physicians ought notto give their judgment of religion, for the same reason that |
butchersare notadmitted to be jurorsuponlife and ... Invention isthe talent of youth,
and judgment of age; sothat our judgment growsharder to please, when we have
|Douglas, J., with whom Resnick and F.E. Sweeney, JJ., join, dissenting: Jonathan |
Swift (1667-1745), an Eighteenth Century English satirist, poet and Anglican
clergyman, once said: "Invention is the talent of youth, as judgment is of age.
|INVENTION. Invention is activity of mind. Tapper. Invention is the talent of youth. |
Swift. There is true pleasure in invention. R. Hooke. Necessity is the mother ot
invention. Fvrquhar. Invention is not so much the result of labor as of judgment.
|62 / THOUGHTS ON INVENTING, INVENTION, AND INVENTORS Genius is one |
percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration. — Thomas Alva ... by
candlelight. — Anonymous Invention is the talent of youth, as judgment is of age.
|is invented with probability, whether That one age should want what a- nature is |
justly described, whether a nother only can supply, ... compatible "with age, may,
notwithstanding Imagination should be regulated n ingt it sometimes compatible
ivitb youth. by Judgment, ... of what he fays has been often " lar bias to one
certain objtct, and said already, and therefore labours at *' acquires a talent for
one art or ...