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" ... for, as water will not ascend higher than the level of the first spring-head from whence it descendeth, so knowledge derived from Aristotle, and exempted from liberty of examination, will not rise again higher than the knowledge of Aristotle. "
The Two Books of Francis, Lord Verulam: Of the Proficience and Advancement ... - Page 52
by Francis Bacon - 1825 - 402 pages
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The Message of Man: A Book of Ethical Scriptures Gathered from Many Sources ...

Conduct of life - 1895 - 344 pages
...level of the first spring-head from whence it descendeth, so knowledge derived from Aristotle, VERSUS and exempted from liberty of examination, will not...rise again higher than the knowledge of Aristotle. 18. Therefore disciples do owe unto masters only a temporary belief and a suspension of their own judgment...
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Man's Place in the Cosmos: And Other Essays

Andrew Seth Pringle-Pattison - Philosophy - 1897 - 350 pages
...be ended and the Mcisterjahre will begin. For disciples, as Bacon puts it in a well-known passage, do owe unto masters only a temporary belief and a suspension of their judgment till they be fully instructed, and not an absolute resignation or perpetual captivity....
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The Essays: Colours of Good and Evil, & Advancement of Learning

Francis Bacon - Didactic literature, English - 1900 - 462 pages
...as water will not ascend higher than the level of the first spring-head from whence it descendeth, so knowledge derived from Aristotle, and exempted...although the position be good, Oportet discentem credere, yet it must be coupled with this, Oportet edoctum judicare ; for disciples do owe unto' masters only...
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The Advancement of Learning, Book I, Book 1

Francis Bacon - Logic - 1904 - 216 pages
...first spring-head from whence it descendeth, so knowledge derived from Aristotle, and exempted from 10 liberty of examination, will not rise again higher...Aristotle. And therefore although the position be good, A man who is learning must be content to believe what he is told, 1 yet it must be coupled with this,...
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The Advancement of Learning, Book I, Book 1

Francis Bacon - Logic - 1904 - 220 pages
...When he has learned it he must exercise his own 15 judgment and see whether it be worthy of belief;* for disciples do owe unto masters only a temporary belief, and a suspension of their own judgment till they be fully instructed, and not an absolute resignation or perpetual captivity....
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The Advancement of Learning, Book I, Book 1

Francis Bacon - Logic - 1904 - 220 pages
...has learned it he must exercise his own \ judgment and see whether it be worthy of belief ; 2 for I disciples do owe unto masters only a temporary belief, and a suspension of their own judgment till they be fully instructed, and not an absolute resignation or perpetual captivity....
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The Philosophical Works of Francis Bacon

1905 - 958 pages
...as water will not ascend higher than the level of the first spring-head from whence it descendeth, so knowledge derived from Aristotle, and exempted...Aristotle. And therefore, although the position be good, Oportel discentum credere [a man who is learning must be content to believe what he is told], yet it...
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A History of Classical Scholarship ...: From the revival of learning to the ...

John Edwin Sandys - Classical philology - 1908 - 564 pages
...'As water will not ascend higher than the level of the first springhead from whence it descemteth, so knowledge derived from Aristotle, and exempted...rise again higher than the knowledge of Aristotle''. ' Notwithstanding, certain it is that, if those schoolmen to their great thirst of truth and unwearied...
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A History of Classical Scholarship ...

John Edwin Sandys - Classical philology - 1908 - 544 pages
...'As water will not ascend higher than the level of tie first springhead from whence it descendeth, so knowledge derived from Aristotle, and exempted...examination, will not rise again higher than the knowledge of Aristotle'5. ' Notwithstanding, certain it is that, if those schoolmen to their great thirst of truth...
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A History of Classical Scholarship ...: From the revival of learning to the ...

John Edwin Sandys - Classical philology - 1908 - 550 pages
...'As water will not ascend higher than the level of the first springhead from whence it descemleth, so knowledge derived from Aristotle, and exempted...examination, will not rise again higher than the knowledge of Aristotle'1. ' Notwithstanding, certain it is that, if those schoolmen to their great thirst of truth...
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