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" I was thus, as I said to myself, left stranded at the commencement of my voyage, with a well-equipped ship and a rudder, but no sail... "
Adolescence: its psychology and its relations to physiology, anthropology ... - Page 567
by Granville Stanley Hall - 1904
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The Evangelical repository. Vol. 1- new

1874
...motive of noble actions. This Mill keenly felt. " I was thus," he says, " as I said to myself, left stranded at the commencement of my voyage, with a...The fountains of vanity and ambition seemed to have been dried up within me as completely as those of benevolence" (p. 139). His feeling of vanity and...
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Catholic World, Volume 18

1874
...precocious and premature analysis the inveterate habit of my mind. I was thus, as I said to myself, left stranded at the commencement of my voyage, with a...general good, but also just as little in anything else. ... I frequently asked myself if I could, or if I was bound to, go on living, when life must be passed...
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The Unitarian Review, Volume 1

Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie, Joseph Henry Allen - Unitarianism - 1874
...vanity and ambition. He was thus, as he said to himself, " left stranded, at the commencement of his voyage, with a well-equipped ship and a rudder, but...no sail; without any real desire for the ends which he had been so carefully fitted out to work for ; with no delight in virtue or the general good, but...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 115

1874
...its dissolving influence. He felt that he had no real desire for the ends which he had been trained to work for; "no delight in virtue, or the general good, but also just as little in anything else." As for vanity, ambition, the desire of distinction and importance, satiety had preceded desire. A morbid...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 115

1874
...its dissolving influence. He felt that he had no real desire for the ends which he had been trained to work for ; " no delight in virtue or the general good, but also just as little in anything else." As for vanity, ambition, the desire of distinction and importance, satiety had preceded desire. A morbid...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 55

Medicine - 1875
...of thought " by his father. It was this which he believed had led him to that state in which he had no delight in virtue or the general good, but also...anything else. The fountains of vanity and ambition were dried up. He had no love for music or nature, nothing but a dry, heavy dejection. He thought the...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 7

Science - 1875
...my intellectual cultivation had made such analysis the inveterate habit of the mind. I was thus left stranded at the commencement of my voyage, with a...well-equipped ship and a rudder, but no sail ; without any desire for the ends I had been so carefully fitted to work for.". That is the autobiography of our...
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Contributions to Natural History and Papers on Other Subjects

James Simson - American literature - 1875 - 182 pages
...Crisis in his mental history," in his twenty-first year : — " I was thus, as I said to myself, left stranded at the commencement of my voyage, with a well-equipped ship and a rudder, but no sail [or ballast] ; without any real desire for the ends which I had been so carefully fitted out to work...
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The New Englander, Volume 36

Criticism - 1877
...beginning of his voyage," without any real desire for the ends which he had been so carefully fitted to work for; " no delight in virtue or the general good, but also just as little in anything else." Having ascertained the nature of the evil it remained to apply the remedy, which he found in a theory...
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The Unitarian, Volume 4

Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott - Liberalism (Religion) - 1889
...had made precocious and premature analysis the inveterate habit of my mind. I was thus left stunted at the commencement of my voyage, with a well-equipped...for the ends which I had been so carefully fitted to work for; no delight in virtue, or the general good, but also just as little in anything else."...
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