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" CRITICISM, though dignified from the earliest ages by the labours of men eminent for knowledge and sagacity, and, since the revival of polite literature, the favourite study of European scholars, has not yet attained the certainty and ) stability of science. "
The works of Samuel Johnson - Strona 88
autor: Samuel Johnson - 1806
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Harrison's British Classicks, Tom 1

1785
....„';•..!'.. hitherto received are feldom drawn from any fettled principle or felf-evident ppftulate, or adapted to the natural and invariable constitution...be found upon examination the arbitrary edicts of legillators, authorifed ui:\y by thcmleives, who, out of various means by which the lame end may be...
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Select British Classics, Tom 7

1803
...adhuc sub judice lis est. Hox. Critics yet contend, And of their vain disputings find no end. FRANCIS. CRITICISM, though dignified from the earliest ages...has not yet attained the certainty and stability of suence. The rules hitherto received are seldom dr.iwn from any settled principle or self evident postulate,...
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The Beauties of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Consisting of Maxims and Observations ...

Samuel Johnson - 1804 - Liczba stron: 394
...refinement upon ore in which no precious metal is contained, to reward his operations. Ibid, vol. 4, p. 198. Criticism, though dignified from the earliest ages...the favourite study of European scholars, has not attained the certainty and stability of science. The rules hitherto received, are seldom drawn from...
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The British Essayists, Tom 21

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...sut judict lis ut. HOD. — Criticks yet contend, And oi their vain disputings find no end. illNcIs. CRITICISM, though dignified from the earliest ages...adapted to the natural and invariable constitution of thmgs; but will be found upon examination the arbitrary edicts of legislators, authorised only by themselves,...
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The British Essayists;: Rambler

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...And of their vain disputing find no end. FRANCIS. CRITICISM, though dignified from the earliest agei by the labours of men eminent for knowledge and sagacity,...the favourite study of European scholars, has not yel attained the certainty and stability of science. The rules hitherto received, are seldom drawn...
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The British Essayists; with Prefaces, Historical and Biographical,: The Rambler

1811
...of their vain disputings find ho end. FRANCIS. i CRITICISM, though dignified from the earliest age's by the labours of men eminent for knowledge and sagacity,...revival of polite literature, the favourite study of Eurofiean scholars, has not yet attained the certainty and stability of science. The rules hitherto...
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The Rambler

Alexander Chalmers - 1817
...adhuc mbjudice lit est. HOR. Criticks yet contend, And of their vain disputing* find no end. FRANCIS. CRITICISM, though dignified from the earliest ages...The rules hitherto received, are seldom drawn from anysettled principle or self-evident postulate, or adapted to the natural and invariable constitution...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, Tom 4

Samuel Johnson - 1818
...adhac tubjudice lit ett. HO«. Criticka yet contend, And of their vain disputings find no end. FRANCIS. CRITICISM, though dignified from the earliest ages...received are seldom drawn from any settled principle OB self-evident postulate, or adapted to the natural and invariable constitution of things ; but will...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson - 1820
...Hoa. « '* * • - Criticks yet contend, And of their rain disputings find no end. FRANCIS. •' . ' CRITICISM, though dignified from the earliest ages...the natural and invariable constitution of things ; hut will be found, upon examination, the arbitrary edicts of legislators, authorized only by themselves,...
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Anti-scepticism; Or, An Inquiry Into the Nature and Philosophy of Language ...

1821 - Liczba stron: 119
...But at the instant of pronouncing the word " criticism," the thought of the speaker is augmented; " though dignified from the • earliest ages by the labours of men eminent for-knowledge and sagacity:" and in pronouncing the words " earliest ages," or some word in the latter...
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