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도서 Nature ; as being fufficient of itfelf to eftablim the unerring Practice of Virtue,...에 대해 검색한 3개 도서 중 1 - 3
" Nature ; as being fufficient of itfelf to eftablim the unerring Practice of Virtue, unlefs beforehand fophifticated by fervile Inftitutions. The noble Writer, indeed, attempts a Vindication of this licentious Conduct, by an Appeal to the Practice of ancient... "
Thoughts on Civil Liberty, on Licentiousness and Faction - 99 페이지
저자: John Brown - 1765 - 167 페이지
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Annual Register, 8권

Edmund Burke - 1766
...which he had imbibed concerning unaffifted human nature ; as being fufficient of itfelf to eftablilh the unerring practice of virtue, unlefs beforehand...licentious conduct, by an appeal to the practice of ancient GREI:CS and ROME. " There, he tells us, Pbilofo-phy had a free courie, and was permitted as a ballsnce...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

Edmund Burke - 1793
...which he had imbibed concerning un-aflifted human nature; as being fufficient of itfelf to eftablifh the unerring practice of virtue, unlefs beforehand...indeed, attempts a vindication of this licentious conduft, by an appeal to the praclice of ancient GREECS and ROME. " There," he tells us, " Pblhfopby...
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The Universal Magazine, 36권

1765
...by lavileinltituton». The noble writer, indeed, attempts a vindication of this licentious conduit, by an appeal to the practice of ancient Greece and Rome. There, he tells us, philosophy bad a free ecu fe, and was permitted as a balance againtt fupeiflition. And while lome feíb,...
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