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" The greatest natural genius cannot subsist on its own stock; he who resolves never to ransack any mind but his own will soon be reduced, from mere barrenness, to the poorest of all imitations; he will be obliged to imitate himself, and to repeat what... "
The Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster - Sayfa 250
Edinburgh encyclopaedia tarafından - 1830
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Dwight's Journal of Music, 37-38. ciltler

1878
...л sister art, said that " the greatest natural genius cannot subsist on its own stock," and that " he who resolves never to ransack any mind but his...reduced, from mere barrenness, to the poorest of all imitation* ; he will be obliged to imitate himself, and to repeat what he has so often repeated." "...
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The Quarterly Review, 147. cilt

1879
...accustomed to think the thoughts of the noblest and brightest intellects, are prepared for the discovery and selection of all that is great and noble in nature....resolves never to ransack any mind but his own will he soon reduced from mere barrenness to the poorest of all imitations; he will be obliged to imitate...
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Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1887 - 283 sayfa
...accustomed to think the thoughts of the noblest and brightest intellects, are prepared for the discovery and selection of all that is great and noble in nature....stock : he who resolves never to ransack any mind but j his own, will be soon reduced, from mere barrenness, to the [ poorest of all imitations ; he will...
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Ohio Educational Monthly, 36. cilt

1887
...accustomed to think the thoughts of the noblest and brightest intellects, arc prepared for the discovery and selection of all that is great and noble in nature. The t:r<-iuest natural genius cannot subsist on its own stock. He who resolves never to ransack any mind...
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Andrea Palladio: His Life and Works

Sir Banister Fletcher - 1902 - 132 sayfa
...produce those examples of approved form and design throughout successive ages. In Reynolds's opinion, " the greatest natural genius cannot subsist on its own stock, he who has laid up no materials can produce no combinations. The more extensive his acquaintance is with the...
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The Quarterly Review, 147. cilt

1879
...accustomed to think the thoughts of the noblest and brightest intellects, are prepared for the discovery and selection of all that is great and noble in nature....resolves never to ransack any mind but his own will bo soon reduced from more barrenness to tho poorest of all imitations; he will be obliged to imitate...
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Metaphors: Figures of the Mind

Z. Radman - 1996 - 188 sayfa
...beyond those ideas which sense or reflection have offered for its contemplation. (1961: 89) 2 Thus also »the greatest natural genius cannot subsist on its...mind but his own, will be soon reduced, from mere bareness, to the poorest of all imitations; he will be obliged to imitate himself, and to repeat what...
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Psychological Foundations of Success: A Harvard Trained Scientist Separates ...

Stephen Kraus - 2002 - 271 sayfa
...with pictures of his role models such as pioneering physicist Isaac Newton. As Joshua Reynolds put it, "He who resolves never to ransack any mind but his own will be ... obliged to imitate himself, and to repeat what he has before often repeated." We saw earlier that...
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Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing

Larry Chang - 2006 - 817 sayfa
...men on those topics that form their own peculiar professions and pursuits. -John Locke, 1632-1704He who resolves never to ransack any mind but his own will be soon reduced to the poorest of all imitations; he will be obliged to imitate himself, and to repeat what he has...
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The Students' Cabinet Library of Useful Tracts, 5. cilt

1839
...accustomed to think the thoughts of the noblest and brightest intellects, arc prepared for the discovery and selection of all that is great and noble in nature....reduced, from mere barrenness, to the poorest of all imi74 tations : he will be obliged to imitate himself, and to repeat what he has before often repeated....
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