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The great a morality that he thought to be trivial , a body of his poetry is occasional , and it may conception of reason and an art that he almost all , in a sense , be called familiar . thought to be uninstructed .
Creatures , for the possibility apparent of having the use of Reason in time to come . [ At the level of reception which has thus far And the most part of men , though they been described - involving sense , imagination , have the use ...
... kinde of being patience heare the learned instructions of not yet priviledged with life , or preferred Reason ; but yet performe no farther than to sense or reason ; next we live the life of agrees to its owne irregular Humour .
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The Seventeenth Century 16001660
A Selected List of Books on the Background and the Literature of the First
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