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|Chesterfield, Lord The madman is not the man who has lost his reason. He is the |
man who has lost everything except his reason. - Chesterton, Gilbert K. Reason
should direct and appetite obey. - Cicero, Marcus T. Let reason govern desire.
|Appetitus rationi pareat Let reason govern desire Ashworth, Custance, |
FitzwilHam. Appropinquat dies Day dawns Johnston, Apto cum lare With a fit
abode Elliot. Aqua cadit resurge Water falls to rise again Waterfall. Aquibe vitem
pocula Let ...
|Cicero, Marcus T. Let the punishment be proportionate to the offense. - Cicero, |
Marcus T. Reason should direct and appetite obey. - Cicero, Marcus T. Let
reason govern desire. - Cicero, Marcus T. To disregard what the world thinks of
us is not ...
|claim ancient honour He strikes before the flame shines . . Possessing antiquity |
To live without a principle concealed It appears . Let reason govern desire Day
dawns The eagle is no fly catcher Christ is the tree of life, the fruit whereof we
|Order of the Golden Fleece Antiquum obtinens Possessing antiquity Bagot Ajierto |
vivere voto To live without a principle concealed Finch Apparet It appears Edgar
Appetitus ration i pareat Let reason govern desire Fitzwilliain Appropinquat ...
|Motto, in English, Let reason govern desire. Town Residence— 4, Grosvenor-|
square. Onmtry Seatt— Milton, near Peterborough. Northamptonshire ; and
Wentworth-House, near Hothcrham, Yorkshire. FITZWILLIAM, VISCOUNT, (John
|As the aggrieved husband acknowledges, 'I wish to live with my wife as my equal, |
my friend; I do not desire that my will should govern: where our inclinations differ,
let reason decide between us; or where it is a matter not worth reasoning ...
|... is overcome by something can commit an act that is neither forced nor belief-|
governed, as long as it is desire-governed. ... let us call a desire brute if it does
not allow the agent to forgo whatever action it prompts her to commit, and let us
|Let reason and common sense, therefore, be heard — not the wild vagaries, and |
unmerciful dogmas of cruel bigots. ... or eternal punishment, to the subjects of jl
that government, would desire them, and prize' j them more than gold, or the ...