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|But it is not certain that a time will come when nothing can be said that has not |
been said before. For it could happen that certain things were never said, even
through all eternity. Therefore, there would always remain things that could be
|One would not be able to write a sermon, poem, novel, or book which had not |
already been written by another. The common saying, "Nothing is said which has
not been said before" would be true to the letter.316 I find that the hypothesis that
|Has she been talking to you about this matter? — No, she has not ; she knows |
nothing of my affairs. Did you not say in this room before the Magistrates, Mr.
Bridle was the father of the child ? — I did say it, but I am very sorry I did say it, it
is not ...
|(5) Why do you not notice that we are not Manichees just because we say some |
things along with them and that you are ... evil in God's work, namely, that it has
been shown to have been made out of nothing, this nothing always existed
|As Hutcheson puts the question: "What Reason might influence the DEITY, whom |
no Diversitys of Operation could distract or weary, to chuse to operate by ... of the
problem of evil; and nothing more can be said that has not been said before.
|Yet if I could hope for just one effect that this book would have on you, perhaps it |
would be that you might seek out some of ... As Terence said over two thousand
years ago, “Nothing is said that has not been said before”—and Goethe, among ...
|Lat. Horace. " Do not pursue him, who deserves a slight whip, with the weightier |
scourge. ... No man should pass his opinion in a province of art, where he is
without a qualification. ... Nothing can now be said, which has not been said
|This practice is of no use but in circumstantials of time and place, custom and |
antiquity, and in such instances where facts ... For, we must confess the truth : We
can say nothing new, at least we can say nothing better than has been said
|Even if piously undertaken it could not have been entirely free of metaphorical |
rape and pillage: reckless speed, violation of context, tactless ... Though tempted
by sirens' songs of dramatic discovery, I recalled that, "A wise person states as
true nothing that he cannot prove" ... the caveat, "If you say something which has
not been said before, you are very likely saying something which won't be said
|Shares provocative and revelatory answers to such philosophical conundrums as the origins of the universe and how it will end, offering scientific explanations about the immense process through which life evolved.|