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" ... and merits not his place by much thinking: for ignorance is rude, censorious, jealous, obstinate, and proud; these being exactly the ingredients of which disobedience is made, and obedience proceeds from ample consideration, of which knowledge consists... "
The Institutions of Popular Education: An Essay to which the Manchester ... - Стр. 91
авторы: Richard Winter Hamilton - 1845 - Страниц: 340
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Classical Economics: January 1816 to April 1817

Donald Rutherford - 1999 - Страниц: 520
...too applicable at present: — 'A maxim,' he says, 'sounding like the little subtlety of one that is a statesman only by birth or beard, and merits not...exactly the ingredients of which disobedience is made: and obedience proceeds from ample consideration, of which knowledge consists; and knowledge will soon...
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The Quarterly Review, Том 15

1816
...applicable at present : — ' A maxim,' he says, ' sounding like the little subtlety of one that is a statesman only by birth or beard, and merits not...proud ; these being exactly the ingredients of which disobe* Vol. VI. ATo. XI. Afterwards enlarged and published separately under this title. VOL. xv. NO.....
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The Catholic Instructor

The Catholic Instructor VOL.III - 1846
...able writer of a past age, when our constitution had not attained its present defined form, said, ' Ignorance is rude, censorious, jealous, obstinate-,...exactly the ingredients of which disobedience is made; while obedience proceeds from ample consideration, of which knowledge consists.' "J V. Read the outlines...
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