Samuel Johnson Quote

The faults of a writer of acknowledged excellence are more dangerous, because the influence of his example is more extensive; and the interest of learning requires that they should be discovered and stigmatized, before they have the sanction of antiquity conferred upon them, and become precedents of indisputable authority.


The Rambler: In Four Volumes.. (ed. 1784)

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The faults of a writer of acknowledged excellence are more dangerous, because the influence of his example is more extensive; and the interest of...

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The faults of a writer of acknowledged excellence are more dangerous, because the influence of his example is more extensive; and the interest of...

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The faults of a writer of acknowledged excellence are more dangerous, because the influence of his example is more extensive; and the interest of...

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The faults of a writer of acknowledged excellence are more dangerous, because the influence of his example is more extensive; and the interest of...