And it must be noted that I say of our reason, and not of our imagination or of our senses: thus, for example, although we very clearly
see the sun, we ought not therefore to determine that it is only of the size which our sense of sight presents; and we may very distinctly imagine the head of a lion joined to the body of a goat, without being therefore shut up to the conclusion that a chimaera exists; for it is not a dictate of reason that what we thus see or imagine is in reality existent; but it plainly tells us that all our ideas or notions contain in them some truth; for otherwise it could not be that God, who is wholly perfect and veracious, should have placed them in us.
We have never been able to discover clearly
how such relations sprang up.
Prince Andrew, walking beside Bagration, could clearly
distinguish their bandoliers, red epaulets, and even their faces.
We can imagine, therefore, that among such folk a settler, of Aeolic origin like Hesiod, who clearly
was well acquainted with the Ionian epos, would naturally see that the only outlet for his gifts lay in applying epic poetry to new themes acceptable to his hearers.
Does not the previous argument imply clearly
that we should send him to those who profess and avouch that they are the common teachers of all Hellas, and are ready to impart instruction to any one who likes, at a fixed price?
Hybrids, on the other hand, have their reproductive organs functionally impotent, as may be clearly
seen in the state of the male element in both plants and animals; though the organs themselves are perfect in structure, as far as the microscope reveals.
Cowper is clearly
a transition poet, sharing largely, in a very mild fashion, in some of the main romantic impulses, but largely pseudo-classical in his manner of thought and expression.
And I detected him taking a hasty squint at my certificate just before, because clearly
till he did so he was not sure of my christian name.
Then if a man says that justice consists in the repayment of debts, and that good is the debt which a man owes to his friends, and evil the debt which he owes to his enemies,--to say this is not wise; for it is not true, if, as has been clearly
shown, the injuring of another can be in no case just.
She had, therefore, no doubt but that the good lady would as easily listen to the addresses of Mr Jones as she had before done to the other; for the superiority of charms was clearly
on the side of Mr Jones; and the advance which her aunt had since made in age, she concluded (how justly I will not say), was an argument rather in favour of her project than against it.
I don't know about later, but now the Basts must clearly
In order that the circumstances may be clearly
understood, I must revert for a moment to the period before the assault, and to the stories current in our camp of the treasure in jewels and gold stored up in the Palace of Seringapatam.