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" Is not the opinion of Aristotle worthy to be regarded, wherein he saith that young men are no fit auditors of moral philosophy, because they are not settled from the boiling heat of their affections, nor attempered with time and experience? "
A glossary to the works of William Shakespeare - Page 568
by Alexander Dyce - 1902 - 570 pages
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The authorship of Shakespeare

Nathaniel Holmes - Drama - 1867 - 601 pages
...foundation of morals, there is an outcropping of identical expression in such phrases as these : " not settled from the boiling heat of their affections, nor attempered with time and experience," and " to the hot passion of distemper'd blood " ; " the judgment is so depraved and corrupted," and...
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Shakspeare's play of Troilus and Cressida, with notes critical and ...

William Shakespeare - 1872
...$c.] Aristotle's Eth. Nic. i. 1, 5. Bacon, in his Advancement of Learning, Bk. II. xxii. 14, says, 'Is not the opinion of Aristotle worthy to be regarded, wherein he saith that young men are no fit auditors of moral philosophy, because thry are not settled from the bailing heat of their affections,...
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FRASER'S MAGAZINE. NEW SERIES. VOL.X. JULY TO DECEMBER 1874

Fraser's Magazine New Series VOL.X July to December,1874 - 1874
...the Advancement, treating of moral culture, Bacon quotes Aristotle as saying that ' young men are no fit auditors of Moral Philosophy,' because ' they...affections, nor attempered with time and experience.' In the Troihts and Crcfsida we have the same thing in these words :— Not so mach Unlike young men,...
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Bacon: The Advancement of Learning

Francis Bacon - Knowledge, Theory of - 1876 - 376 pages
...indignation call poesy vinum damonum, because it increaseth temptations, perturbations, and vain opinions? Is not the opinion of Aristotle worthy to be regarded, wherein he saith, That young men are no fit auditors of moral philosophy, because they are not settled from the boiling heat of their affections,...
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The works of lord Bacon, moral and historical, with a brief memoir of the ...

Francis Bacon (visct. St. Albans.) - 1877
...indignation call poesy vinum damonum, because it increaseth temptations, perturbations, and vain opinions ? Is not the opinion of Aristotle worthy to be regarded, wherein he saith, " That young men are no fit auditors of moral philosophy, because they are liot settled from the boiling heat of their affections,...
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On Renascence Drama: Or, History Made Visible

William Thomson - Authors, English - 1880 - 359 pages
...motive and metaphor, and even concur in literary solecism, when in The Advancement it is asked—" Is not the opinion of Aristotle worthy to be regarded, wherein he saith, that young men are no fit auditors of moral philosophy, because they are not settled from the boiling heat of their affections,...
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The Shakespearean Myth: William Shakespeare and Circumstantial Evidence

Appleton Morgan - 1881 - 342 pages
...whom Arissaith that young men are not fit totle thought auditors of moral philosophy, Unfit to hear moral philosophy, because they are not settled from the boiling heat of their affections nor attuned by time and experience? That the manager of a theater, in dressing up a play for the evening's...
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Shakespeare's History of Troilus and Cressida

William Shakespeare - Cressida (Fictitious character) - 1882 - 222 pages
...anachronism — common enough in S. — there is a mistake which Bacon has also made in Adv. of L. ii. : " Is not the opinion of Aristotle worthy to be regarded,...affections, nor attempered with time and experience ?" As Mr. Ellis has pointed out, it is not of moral but of political philosophy that Aristotle speaks....
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Shakespeare's Works, Volume 12

William Shakespeare - 1884
...anachronism — common enough in S. — there is a mistake which Bacon has also made in Adv. of L. ii. : "Is not the opinion of Aristotle worthy to be regarded,...affections, nor attempered with time and experience ?" As Mr. Ellis has pointed out, it is not of moral but of political philosophy that Aristotle speaks....
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The essays of lord Bacon, including his moral and historical works, with ...

Francis Bacon (visct. St. Albans.) - 1884
...indignation call poesy vinum dcamonum, because it increaseth temptations, perturbations, and vain opinions ? Is not the opinion of Aristotle worthy to be regarded, wherein he saith, "That young men are no fit auditors of moral philosophy, because they are not settled from the boiling heat of their affections,...
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