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" Eloquence, like the fair sex, has too prevailing beauties in it to suffer itself ever to be spoken against. And it is in vain to find fault with those arts of deceiving, wherein men find pleasure to be deceived. "
The Christian Examiner and General Review - Page 191
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Works, Volume 1

John Locke - 1722
...not, but it will be thought great Boldnefs, if not Brutality in me, to have faid thus much againft it. Eloquence, like the Fair Sex, has too prevailing Beauties in it, to fuffer it felf ever to be fpoken againft. And 'tis in vairi to find fault with thofe Arts of Deceiving,...
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The works of John Locke. To which is added the life of the author ..., Volume 1

John Locke - 1801
...not, but it will be thought great boldness, if not brutality in me, to have said thus much against it. Eloquence, like the fair sex, has too prevailing beauties...deceiving, wherein men find pleasure to be deceived. CHAP. XI. Of the Remedies of the foregoing Imperfections and Abuses. . 1. r T^HE natural and improved...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 2

John Locke - 1805 - 510 pages
...not, but it will be thought great boldness, if not brutality in me, to have said thus much against it. Eloquence, like the fair sex, has too prevailing beauties...deceiving, wherein men find pleasure to be deceived. CHAP. XI. Of the Remediesof the foregoing Imperfections and Abuse?* . 1. r 1 ^HE natural and improved...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 2

John Locke - 1805 - 510 pages
...not, but it will be thought great boldness, if not brutality in me, to have said thus much against it Eloquence, like the fair sex, has too prevailing beauties in it, to surler itself ever to be spoken against. And it is in vain to find fault with those arts of deceiving,...
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The Temple of Truth: Or, The Best System of Reason, Philosophy, Virtue, and ...

Charles Edward De Coetlogon - 1807 - 566 pages
...not, but it will be thought great boldness, if not brutality in me, to have said so much against it: and it is in vain to find fault with those arts of...deceiving, wherein men find pleasure to be deceived." Let us renounce then these comparative puerilities, and return to those better days, when, impressed...
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An Analytical Abridgment of Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding

John Locke - 1808 - 307 pages
...but it will be .thought great boldness, if not brutality, in me to have said thus much against it. Eloquence, like the fair sex, has too prevailing beauties...deceiving, wherein men find pleasure to be deceived." CHAP. XI. OF THE REMEDIES OF THF FOREGOING IMPERFECTIONS AND ABUSES. WHOEVER should attempt to reform...
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An essay concerning human understanding. To which are now added, i. Analysis ...

John Locke - 1816
...not, but it will be thought great boldness, if not brutality in me, to have said thus much against it. Eloquence, like the fair sex, has too prevailing beauties...deceiving, wherein men find pleasure to be deceived. CHAP. XL Of the Remedies oftheforegoing Imperfections andAbuse*. The are * . ^^ natural and improved...
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The Works of John Locke, Volume 2

John Locke - 1823
...not, but it will be thought great boldness, if not brutality in me, to have said thus much against it. Eloquence, like the fair sex, has too prevailing beauties...deceiving wherein men find pleasure to be deceived. CHAPTER XL Of the Remedies of the foregoing Imperfections and Abuses. 1. THE natural and improved...
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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 1

John Locke - 1823 - 648 pages
...boldness, if not brutality, v\me, to have said thus much against it. Eloquence, like the fair w.', has too prevailing beauties in it, to suffer itself ever to be i ;>oken against. And it is in vain to find fault with those arts of deceiving, wherein men find pleasure...
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An essay concerning human understanding. To which are now added, i. analysis ...

John Locke - 1824
...not, but it will be thought great boldness, if not brutality in me, to have said thus much against it. Eloquence, like the fair sex, has too prevailing beauties...deceiving, wherein men find pleasure to be deceived. CHAP. XI. Of the Remedies of the foregoing Imperfections and A buses. They are $ *• THE natural and...
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