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" In every natural scene, if we destine it for any particular purpose, there are defects and redundancies, which art may sometimes, but cannot always, correct. But the power of imagination is unlimited. She can create and annihilate ; and dispose, at pleasure,... "
A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy, on Didactic Principles: For ... - Page 116
by Alexander Jamieson - 1822 - 304 pages
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Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, Volume 1

Dugald Stewart - Psychology - 1814
...before him with all its beauties and imperfections. la every natural scene, if we destine it for any particular purpose, there are defects and redundancies,...which art may sometimes, but cannot always, correct. But the power of imagination is unlimited. She can create and annihilate ; and dispose, at pleasure,...
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The Works of Dugald Stewart: Elements of the philosophy of the human mind

Dugald Stewart - 1829
...before him with all its beauties and imperfections. In every natural scene, if we destine it for any particular purpose, there are defects and redundancies,...which art may sometimes, but cannot always, correct. But the power of imagination is unlimited. She can create and annihilate ; and dispose, at pleasure,...
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy: On Didactic Principles ...

Alexander Jamieson - Logic - 1835 - 304 pages
...each of them before him with all its beauties and imperfections. For in every natural scene, which we may destine for a particular purpose, there are defects...annihilate; Milton, accordingly, would not copy his EDEN from any one scene, but would select from each the features which were most eminently beautiful....
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Selections from the Phrenological journal: comprising forty articles in the ...

George Combe - Phrenology - 1836 - 359 pages
...before him with all its beauties and imperfections. In every natural scene, if we destine it for any particular purpose, there are defects and redundancies,...which art may sometimes, but cannot always correct. But the power of IMAGINATION is unlimited. She can create and annihilate, and dispose, at pleasure,...
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A Grammar of Logic and Intellectual Philosophy, on Didactic Principles ...

Alexander Jamieson - Knowledge, Theory of - 1837 - 304 pages
...each of them before him with all its beauties and imperfections. For in every natural scene, which we may destine for a particular purpose, there are defects...annihilate; Milton, accordingly, would not copy his EDEN from any one scene, but would select from each the features which were most eminently beautiful....
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Modern Painters ...: pt. 3. Of the imaginative and theoretic faculties. 4th ed

John Ruskin - Aesthetics - 1848
...before him with all its beauties and imperfections. In every natural scene, if we destine it for any particular purpose, there are defects and redundancies,...which art may sometimes, but cannot always correct. But the power of Imagination is unlimited. She can create and annihilate, and dispose at pleasure,...
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The Paradise Lost

John Milton - Bible - 1850 - 542 pages
...before him with all its beauties and imperfections. In every natural scene, if we destine it for any particular purpose, there are defects and redundancies...which art may sometimes, but cannot always, correct. But the power of imagination is unlimited. She can create and annihilate ; and dispose, at pleasure,...
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ELEMENTS OF INTELLECTUAL PHILOSOPHY

HUBBARD WINSLOW - 1853
...before him with all its beauties and imperfections. In every natural scene, if we destine it for any particular purpose, there are defects and redundancies,...which art may sometimes, but cannot always, correct. But the power of imagination is unlimited. She can create and annihilate, and dispose at pleasure,...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Elements of the philosophy of the ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1854
...before him with all its beauties and imperfections. In every natural scene, if we destine it for any particular purpose, there are defects and redundancies...which art may sometimes but cannot always correct. But the power of Imagination is unlimited. She can create and annihilate, and dispose at pleasure her...
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