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This corrective spice , the mixfied with seeing , nor the Eare with hear- ture whereof maketh knowledge so soving ; and if there be no fulnesse , then is the eraigne , is Charitie , which the Apostle Continent greater , than the Content ...
a em to conceits Aristotle speaketh seriously and furthest end of knowledge : for men have wisely , when he sayth : Qui respiciunt ad entred into a desire of Learning and knowlpauca de facili pronuntiant . 120 edge , sometimes upon a ...
20 mate , sayes our Text , Darkly , ( so we transFor the first Term , Now ( Now in a glasse , late it ) that is , by obscure representations , now in part ) is intended most especially of and therefore it is called a Knowledge but that ...
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A Selected List of Books on the Background and the Literature of the First
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