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" Aristotle collect and methodize our ideas, and his syllogism is the keenest weapon of dispute. It was dexterously wielded in the schools of the Saracens, but as it is more effectual for the detection of error than for the investigation of truth, it is... "
The Family Library (Harper). - Page 117
1842
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 10

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1788
...weapon of difpute. It was dextroufly wielded in the fchools of the Saracens, but as it is more effectual for the detection of error than for the investigation of truth, it is not furprifing that new generations of matters and difciples mould {till revolve in the fametcircle of...
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History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of ...

Michael Russell - Africa, North - 1835 - 456 pages
...conducting debate, and more especially for methodizing the conclusions attained by argument or observation, it was adopted generally in the seminaries established...as in all respects it was better calculated for the defection of error than for the investigation of truth, it is not wonderful, that upon the revival...
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History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of ...

Michael Russell - Africa, North - 1842 - 343 pages
...conducting debate, and more especially for methodising the conclusions attained by argument or observation, it was adopted generally in the seminaries established...detect the principles by which the movements of the materialuniverse are regulated ; and, as in all respects it was better calculated for the detection...
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Dwight's American Magazine, Volume 2

Theodore Dwight - 1846
...conducting debate, and more especially for methodizing the conclusions attained by argument or observation, it was adopted generally in the seminaries established...by which the movements of the material universe are regula'ed ; and, as in all respects u was heller calculated for the detection of error than for the...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with notes by ...

Edward Gibbon - 1855
...of dispute. It was dexterously wielded in the schools of the Saracens, but, as it is more effectual for the detection of error than for the investigation of truth, it is not surprising that new generations of masters and disciples should still revolve in the same circle of...
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The life and times of Aonio Paleario: or, A history of the Italian ..., Volume 1

M. Young - Italy - 1860
...dispute. It was most dexterously wielded in the schools of the Saracens ; but as it is more effectual for the detection of error than for the investigation of truth, it is not surprising that new generations of masters should still revolve in the same circle of logical argument."1...
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History of the Saracen Empire

Caliphs - 1870 - 450 pages
...of dispute. It was dexterously wielded in the schools of the Saracens, but as it is more effectual for the detection of error than for the investigation of truth, it is not surprising that new generations of masters and disciples should still revolve in the same circle of...
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History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 5

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1875
...of dispute. It was dexterously wielded in the schools of the Saracens, but as it is more effectual for the detection of error than for the investigation of truth, it is not surprising that new generations of masters and disciples should still revolve in the same circle of...
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Ancient Empires of the East

Archibald Henry Sayce, Edward Gibbon - Arabian Peninsula - 1906 - 460 pages
...of dispute. It was dexterously wielded in the schools of the Saracens, but as it is more effectual for the detection of error than for the investigation of truth, it is not surprising that new generations of masters and disciple* should still revolve in the same circle of...
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The history of nations, Volume 1

Henry Cabot Lodge - History - 1906
...of dispute. It was dexterously wielded in the schools of the Saracens, but as it is more effectual for the detection of error than for the investigation of truth, it is not surprising that new generations of masters and disciples should still revolve in the same circle of...
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