Edward Coke Quote

So as grave and learned men may doubt, without any imputation to them; for the most learned doubteth most, and the more ignorant for the most part are the more bold and peremptory.


Notes on Lord Coke's First Institute, Or Commentary Upon Littleton (ed. 1809)

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So as grave and learned men may doubt, without any imputation to them; for the most learned doubteth most, and the more ignorant for the most part...

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So as grave and learned men may doubt, without any imputation to them; for the most learned doubteth most, and the more ignorant for the most part...

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So as grave and learned men may doubt, without any imputation to them; for the most learned doubteth most, and the more ignorant for the most part...

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So as grave and learned men may doubt, without any imputation to them; for the most learned doubteth most, and the more ignorant for the most part...