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" So by like reason it cannot be but a matter of doubtful consequence, if states be managed by empiric statesmen, not well mingled with men grounded in learning. But contrariwise, it is almost without instance contradictory, that ever l any government was... "
France, Social, Literary, Political - Pagina 122
door Henry Lytton Bulwer Baron Dalling and Bulwer - 1834
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The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England: With a Life of the ...

Francis Bacon, Basil Montagu - 1859
...are many times easily surprised, when matter fallcth out besides their experience to the prejudices of the causes they handle: so by like reason, it cannot...doubtful consequence, if states be managed by empiric statetmen, not well mingled with men grounded in learning. 3. It makes them irresolute by variety of...
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Philosophical works

Francis Bacon - 1864
...their books, who are many times easily surprised when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle. So by...is almost without instance contradictory, that ever J any government was disastrous that was in the hands of learned governors. For howsoever it hath been...
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Advancement of Learning

Francis Bacon - 1869 - 379 pagina’s
...their books, who are many times easily surprised when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle: so by...empiric statesmen, not well mingled with men grounded j in learning. But contrariwise, it is almost without instance J contradictory that ever any government...
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The Advancement of Learning

Francis Bacon - 1873 - 376 pagina’s
...their books, who are many times easily surprised when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle : so by...matter of doubtful consequence if states be managed by 1 empiric statesmen, not well mingled with men grounded in learning. But contrariwise, it is almost...
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The Madras University Calendar, Volume 1

University of Madras - 1876
...their books, who are many times easily surprised, when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle ; so, by...statesmen, not well mingled with men grounded in learning. II. Give in tabular form a complete list of the charges which Bacon says are brought against learning,...
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A Manual of English Prose Literature..

William Minto - 1881 - 548 pagina’s
...their books, who arc many times easily surprised when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle : so by...statesmen, not well mingled with men grounded in learning." The Essays, particularly the earlier ones, are full of balance and point, suiting their character as...
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Political Essays

James Russell Lowell - 1888 - 326 pagina’s
...in their books, who are many times easily surprised when matter falleth out beyond their experience to the prejudice of the causes they handle ; so by...learning. But, contrariwise, it is almost without an instance to the contrary that ever any government was disastrous that was in the hands of learned...
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The Centennial of a Revolution: An Address by a Revolutionist

John Codman Hurd - 1888 - 171 pagina’s
...learning should rather hurt than enable thereunto is a thing very improbable; " and, " It cannot but be a matter of doubtful consequence if states be managed...disastrous that was in the hands of learned governors." And it has been quite common of late years, in England and France, particularly, to see eminence in...
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The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language, Deel 11

1889
...disprove a universal assertion : as, this has happened in three instances. It is almost without instanre contradictory, that ever any government was disastrous that was in the hands of learned governors. Bacon, Advancement of Learning, L 17. With eyes severe, and beard of formal cut, Full of wise saws...
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The Writings of James Russell Lowell: Literary and political addresses

James Russell Lowell - 1890
...in their books, who are many times easily surprised when matter falleth out beyond their experience to the prejudice of the causes they handle ; so by...learning. But, contrariwise, it is almost without an instance to the contrary that ever any government was disastrous that was in the hands of learned...
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