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" this is right, or that wrong " : they may believe " this a crime, or that a sin ; this punishable by man, or that by God " : yet if the savour of things lies cross to honesty ; if the fancy be florid and the appetite high towards the subaltern beauties... "
A new and comprehensive grammar of the English language - Page 62
by George King (of Upper Holloway.) - 1854
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Shaftesbury and Hutcheson

Thomas Fowler - 1882 - 240 pages
...a crime, or that a sin ; This punishable by man, or that by God.5 Yet, if the savour of things lies cross to Honesty, if the Fancy be florid, and the...the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way." In Misc. IV., ch. 1, he somewhat ostentatiously proclaims his indifference to Metaphysics, and assumes...
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The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated: I. in Nine Discourses ...

John Henry Newman - Education, Higher - 1899 - 527 pages
...that a sin ; ' ' this is punishable by man,' or ' that by God ; ' yet if the savour of things lies cross to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the...appetite high towards the subaltern beauties and lower orders of worldly symmetries and proportions, the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way." Thus,...
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Characteristics of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times, Etc, Volume 2

Anthony Ashley Cooper Earl of Shaftesbury - Characters and characteristics - 1900
...crime, or that a sin ; this punishable by man, or that by God " : yet if the savour of things lies cross to honesty ; if the fancy be florid and the...the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way. Even conscience, I fear, such as is owing to religious discipline, will make but a slight figure where...
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Shaftesbury's Ethical Principle of Adaptation to Universal Harmony ...

Alexander Lyons - Ethics - 1909 - 48 pages
...'this a crime, or that a sin, this punishable by man, or that by God,' yet if the savour of things lies cross to honesty; if the fancy be florid and the appetite...of worldly symmetries and proportions, the conduct infallibly turns this latter way." "Even conscience, such as is owing to religious discipline, will...
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The Philosophy of Rhetoric

George Campbell - English language - 1911 - 177 pages
...itself! Examples in sentences more complicated form the characteristics : " If the savor of things lies cross to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the appetite high toward the subaltern beauties and lower order of worldly symmetries and proportions, the conduct will...
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Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times, Volume 1

Anthony Ashley Cooper Earl of Shaftesbury - Biography & Autobiography - 1999 - 331 pages
...Crime, or That a Sin; This punishable by Man, or that by God:" yet if the Savour of things lies cross 35 to HONESTY; if the Fancy be florid, and the Appetite high towards the subaltern Beautys and lower Order of worldly Symmetrys and Proportions; the Conduct will infallibly turn this...
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On the Scope of University Education

John Henry Newman - Philosophy - 2005 - 237 pages
...virtue" or "that a sin," "This is punishable by man" or "that by God"; yet if the savour of things lies cross to honesty, if the fancy be florid, and the...appetite high towards the subaltern beauties and lower orders of worldly symmetries and proportions, the conduct will infallibly turn this latter way.* Thus,...
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