Hugh Blair Quote

Of all the means which human ingenuity has contrived for recalling the images of real objects, and awakening, by representation, similar emotions to those which were raised by the originals, none is so full and extensive as that which is created by words and writing.


Prose Quotations from Socrates to Macaulay (1880)

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Of all the means which human ingenuity has contrived for recalling the images of real objects, and awakening, by representation, similar emotions to...

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Of all the means which human ingenuity has contrived for recalling the images of real objects, and awakening, by representation, similar emotions to...

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Of all the means which human ingenuity has contrived for recalling the images of real objects, and awakening, by representation, similar emotions to...

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Of all the means which human ingenuity has contrived for recalling the images of real objects, and awakening, by representation, similar emotions to...