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" A person of high intellect," he writes, " should never go into unintellectual society, unless he can enter it as an apostle ; yet he is the only person with high objects, who can ever enter it at all. "
Essays on the Philosophy of Theism - Page 188
by William George Ward - 1884 - 739 lehte
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 139. köide

1874
...he winds up this extraordinary declaration by a haughty maxim, ' that a person of high intel' lect should never go into unintellectual society unless...he is the only person with high ' objects who can safely enter it at all.' Now, the truth is, as might be suspected from the extravagance of these opinions,...
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The Living Age, 119. köide

1873
...aristocracy of feeling which to our minds is the essence of exclusiveness. "A person of high intellect," lie writes, " should never go into unintellectual society,...would-be universalism of the Benthamite theory. In fact, as it seems to us, Mr. Mill's unquestionable breadth of philosophic treatment was gained at the cost...
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Autobiography

John Stuart Mill - 1873 - 313 lehte
...judgment in which they can hope for sympathy from the company they keep. A person of high intellect should never go into unintellectual society unless...yet he is the only person with high objects who can safely enter it at all. Persons even of intellectual aspirations had much better, if they can, make...
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Fraser's Magazine, 88. köide

1873
...own entire satisfaction that all the required arrangements must be right. 'A person of high intellect should never go into unintellectual society unless he can enter it as an apostle. ' Granted this proposition, it follows that the number of those whose society he voluntarily sought...
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Saint Pauls Magazine, 13. köide

Anthony Trollope - 1873
...erroneous proposition has ever been enunciated than the assertion that 'a person of high intellect should never go into unintellectual society unless he can enter it as an apostle.' Again, ' If the character is formed and the mind made up on the few cardinal points of human opinion,...
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The Higher Life: Its Reality, Experience, and Destiny

James Baldwin Brown - 1874 - 409 lehte
...rather than philosopher, of our times. He says, in his Autobiography, " A person of high intellect should never go into unintellectual society, unless...person with high objects who can ever enter it at all." No ; the power to originate and to sustain a life of lofty and noble self-devotion to the ignorant...
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The Quarterly Review, 136. köide

1874
...intellect should never go into unintellectual society ' (that is, as just defined, society in general) ' unless he can enter it as an apostle ; yet he is the only person with high objects who can safely enter it at all.' ' O weakness of the great ! O folly of the wise !' These are the accents of...
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Quarterly Review, 136. köide

1874
...intellect should never go into unintellectual society ' (that is, as just defined, society in general) ' unless he can enter it as an apostle ; yet he is the only person with high objects who can safely enter it at all.' ' O weakness of the great ! O folly of the wise !' These are the accents of...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1874
...never go into unintellectual society ' (that is, as just defined, society in general) ' unless lie can enter it as an apostle ; yet he is the only person with high objects who can safely enter it at all.' ' 0 weakness of the great ! O folly of the wise !' These are the accents of...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 19. köide;82. köide

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1874
...erroneous proposition has ever been enunciated than the assertion that "a person of high intellect should never go into unintellectual society unless he can enter it as an apostle." Again, " If the character is formed and the mind made up on the few cardinal points of human opinion,...
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