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" sensuous show ! Now brim your glass, and plant it well Beneath your nose on the table, And you will find what philosophers tell Of I and non-I is no fable. Now, listen to wisdom, my son ! Myself am the subject, This wine is the object; These things are... "
Musa Burschicosa: A Book of Songs for the Students and University Men - Page 42
by John Stuart Blackie - 1869 - 135 pages
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The Witty and Humorous of the English Poets: With Specimens Arranged in Periods

William Davenport Adams - Poetry - 1880 - 335 pages
...Professor's pen is that ' Concerning I and Non-I,' — ' a metaphysical song.' This is the point of it : Now brim your glass, and plant it well Beneath your...This wine is the object : These things are two ; But I'll prove to you That subject and object are one. I take this glass in my hand, and stand Upon my...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 249

Early English newspapers - 1880
...glance keen and nimble ¿ ¿ through time symbol, And seize the soul Of truth in the bowl, Behind time sensuous show! Now brim your glass, and plant it well...and non-I is no fable: Now listen to wisdom, my son! Pers de SoddM 599 Myself am the subject¿ This wine is the object, These things are two, But [‘11...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 249

English periodicals - 1880
...glance keen and nimble I pierce through the symbol, And seize the soul Of truth in the bowl, Behind the sensuous show ! Now brim your glass, and plant it...what philosophers tell Of I and non-I is no fable : \vstov to Nró<k>TO, xn^j son 1 Myself am the subject, This wine is the object, These things are...
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Literary bye-hours, by H.A. Page

Alexander Hay Japp - 1881
...glance keen and nimble I pierce through the symbol, And seize the soul Of truth in the bowl, Behind the sensuous show ! Now brim your glass, and plant it...This wine is the object, These things are two, But I'll prove to you That subject and object are one. I take this glass in my hand, and stand Upon my...
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