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" The next remove must be to the study of politics; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies; that they may not in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth be such poor, shaken, uncertain reeds, of such a tottering conscience, as many of... "
The English Journal of Education - Página 118
1857
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The American University Magazine, Volumen 1

A. U. Faulkner, Spenser O. M. Ovington - 1894
...know the beginning, end and reasons of political societies; that they may not in a dangerous fit of commonwealth be such poor, shaken, uncertain reeds,...shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State." Those who are to be trained for this leadership and expect to gain a strong hold on society should...
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Tractate Of Education

John Milton - 1895 - 50 páginas
...must be to the study 20 of Politics; to know the beginning, end. and reasons of Political Societies; that they may not in a dangerous fit of the Common-wealth...uncertain reeds, of such a tottering conscience, as ' shewn themselves, but stedfast pillars of the State. After this they are to dive into the grounds...
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Social Elements, Institutions, Characters, Progress

Charles Richmond Henderson - 1898 - 405 páginas
...removal must be to the study of politics; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies; that they may not in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth...shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the state." — JOHN MILTON, Of Rducation. unrelated until we learn to relate them in our own mental system of...
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The History and Government of West Virginia

Richard Ellsworth Fast, Hu Maxwell - 1901 - 511 páginas
...must be to the study of politics : to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies ; that they may not, in a dangerous fit of the commonwealth,...themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State.— MILTON. "To examine the Union before we have studied the States, would be to adopt a method filled...
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Orations and Addresses

Richard Salter Storrs - 1901 - 591 páginas
...must be to the study of politics ; to know the beginning, end, and reason of political societies ; that they may not, in a dangerous fit of the Commonwealth,...such a tottering conscience, as many of our great counselors have lately showed themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State." The plain men who had...
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Nova Solyma, the Ideal City, Or Jerusalem Regained: An Anonymous Romance ...

John Milton - 1902
...must be to the study of Politics ; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies ; that they may not in a dangerous fit of the Commonwealth...shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State" (Prose Works, iii. 472, Bohn). And farther on in Nova Solyma (IV. ii.) we have this peculiar Miltonic...
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Nova Solyma, the Ideal City: Or, Jerusalem Regained; an Anonymous ..., Volumen 1

John Milton, Samuel Gott - 1902
...must be to the study of Politics ; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies ; that they may not in a dangerous fit of the Commonwealth...shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State " (Prose Works, iii. 472, Bohn). And farther on in Nova Sofytna (IV. ii.) we have this peculiar Miltonic...
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Historical Essays by Members of the Owens College, Manchester: Published in ...

Thomas Frederick Tout, James Tait - 1902 - 557 páginas
...Doctrine, i. 437. M Ibid. p. 9. " Reformation in England, PW ii. 390. be such poor, shaken, uncertain reeds as many of our great counsellors have lately shown themselves, but steadfast pillars of the State.' M In this political ideal we find the explanation of the great change in Milton's life, the transformation...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volumen 57

Arthur Cayley Headlam - 1904
...remove must be the study of Politics ; to know the beginning, end, and reasons of political societies ; that they may not in a dangerous fit of the Commonwealth...conscience, as many of our great counsellors have lately been, but stedfast pillars of the State' (Tractate). 'Those students who had taken their degree in...
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Studies in the History of Educational Opinion from the Renaissance

Simon Somerville Laurie - 1905 - 261 páginas
...the study of Politics, " that they might know the beginning, end and reasons of Political Societies ; that they may not in a dangerous fit of the Commonwealth...great Counsellors have lately shown themselves, but stedfast pillars of the State." Next they would study Law in its grounds and practice, including Roman...
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