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" OF all the weaknesses which little men rail against, there is none that they are more apt to ridicule than the tendency to believe. And of all the signs of a corrupt heart and a feeble head, the tendency of incredulity is the surest. "
Astrology as it is, not as it has been represented, by a cavalry officer - Page 8
by Astrology - 1856
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Zanoni, Volume 1

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1842
...on't."— ( The CoUNT I)E GABALIS, Translation affixed to the Second Edition of the "Rape of tht Lock.") " OF all the weaknesses which little men rail against,...of a corrupt heart and a feeble head, the tendency of incredulity is the surest. " Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. While we hear every...
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Zanoni, by the author of 'Night and morning'.

Edward George E.L. Bulwer- Lytton (1st baron.) - 1842
...(The COUNT DE CABAI.IS, Trumlution affixed to the Second Edition of the " Rape of Ike Lock.") » " OF all the weaknesses which little men rail against,...of a corrupt heart and a feeble head, the tendency of incredulity is the surest. " Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. While we hear,...
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Gatherings from many authors, by P.S. Sparling

Philip Smith Sparling - 1854
...Fold then thy wounded wing, and sink subdued, In cold and unrepining quietude ! HEMA.NS. INCREDULITY. OF all the weaknesses which little men rail against,...of a corrupt heart and a feeble head, the tendency of incredulity is the surest. RIVERS. LYTTON. AN ingenious Spaniard says, that " rivers and the inhabitants...
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Wise sayings of the great and good

1864
...to be stubborn or sullen under misfortunes. The Bee, No. n.— GOLDSMITH. PHILOSOPHY and RELIGION. Of all the weaknesses which little men rail against,...of a corrupt heart and a feeble head, the tendency of incredulity is the surest. Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. While we hear, every...
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The wit and wisdom of Edward Bulwer, lord Lytton, selected by C. Kent

William Charles M. Kent - 1883
...Englishmen, are the angel part of us ; our acts, tho earthly." — Zanoni, 93. Faith and Incredulity. Of all the weaknesses which little men rail against,...of a corrupt heart and a feeble head, the tendency of incredulity is tho surest. Eeal philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. — Zanoni, 96. Art...
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The Wit and Wisdom of E. Bulwer-Lytton

1885 - 264 pages
...silenced music — on the faded laurel! — On the death of Pisani : Book I. Chap. 9. TENDENCY TO BELIEVE. Of all the weaknesses which little men rail against,...of a corrupt heart and a feeble head, the tendency of incredulity is the surest. Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. While we hear, every...
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The Hidden Way Across the Threshold: Or, The Mystery which Hath Been Hidden ...

J. C. Street - Metaphysics - 1887 - 598 pages
...which has been, it is that which shall be. "Let him who is without sin among you cast the first stone." Of all the weaknesses which little men rail against, there is none they are more apt to ridicule than a tendency to believe. And of all the signs of a corrupt heart and...
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The Hidden Way Across the Threshold: Or, The Mystery which Hath Been Hidden ...

J. C. Street - Metaphysics - 1887 - 598 pages
...has been, it is that which shall be. " Let him who is without sin among you cast the first stone." Of all the weaknesses which little men rail against, there is none they are more apt to ridicule than a tendency to believe. And of all the signs of a corrupt heart and...
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The Theosophist, Volume 11

Theosophy - 1890
...advanced minds of modern intellects, and I wish they would read the following lines of Lord Lytton : " Of all the weaknesses which little men rail against,...of a corrupt heart and a feeble head, the tendency of incre/lulity is the surest. Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny Man cannot contradict...
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Treasury of Thought: Forming an Encyclopędia of Quotations from Ancient and ...

Maturin Murray Ballou - Quotations, English - 1894 - 579 pages
...Moses. — Pascal. Incredulity robs us of many pleasures, and gives us nothing in return. — Lowell. Of all the signs of a corrupt heart and a feeble head, the tendency of incredulity is the surest. Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. — Bultfer Lytton....
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