Defence of contraries. [Translated out of French by A.M. one of the messengers of Her Majesties chamber]

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SeriesThe English experience; its record in early printed books published in facsimile, no. 175, The English experience -- no. 175
ContributionsMunday, Anthony, 1553-1633,
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LC ClassificationsBC199 O6 D413 1593A
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Pagination12,93p.
Number of Pages1293
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Open LibraryOL17297414M

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Original t.p. reads: The defence of contraries; paradoxes against common opinion, debated in forme of declamations in place of publike censure, only to exercise yong wittes in difficult matters, wherein is no offence to Gods honour, the estate of princes, or priuate mens honest actions, but pleasant recreation to beguile the iniquity of time.

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Songs of Innocence and of Experience is a collection of short lyric poems accompanied by Blake’s original illustrations. The Defence of contraries. book sections juxtapose the state of innocence and that of experience.

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Although contraries enter into the intellect (it “becomes” them), they do not do so as contraries, for a contrary always drives out its counterpart. As Aristotle says often and as Thomas repeats in ST, there is “one science of contraries” – which is simply to.

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