But I have such confidence in you and in your wisedome, by reason that you are come of so noble a line, and endowed with so profound sapience, and further instructed in so many holy and divine things, that you will faithfully keepe silence, and that whatsoever I shall reveale or declare unto you, you would close them within the bottome of your heart, and never discover the same: for I ensure you, the love that I beare unto you, enforceth mee to utter it.
"But I hope you know what you're doing. You're turning a couple of cases of the People of the Colony into a common civil lawsuit." Gus Brannhard laughed. "What else is it?" he demanded. "Friends of Little Fuzzy versus The chartered Zarathustra Company; I'm bringing action as friend of incompetent aborigines for recognition of sapience, and Mr.
It was all about Johnnie Dundee, for whom personally he seems to have an affectionate friendship and for whose work a rueful and decidedly humorous appreciation. He analyzed with great sapience the psychological effect on the audience of Mr. Dundee's ring-system of perpetual motion. He described with great delight a punch that Mr. Dundee had landed on the very top of his head. In fact Mr.
"The Wounded Cuirassier" and the "Chasseur of the Guard" are not documents of æsthetic history, but noble expressions of artistic sapience and personal feeling.
"D'ye mean to tell me, Weelyum Wilson," said James, giving him his full name in the solemnity of the moment, "d'ye mean to tell me, sir" here he sank his voice to a whisper "that there's joukery-pawkery at work?" "A declare to God A div," said Weelyum, with equal solemnity, and he nodded with alarmed sapience across his beer jug.
"Sapientia praecedit, Religio sequitur: quia prius est Deum scire, consequens colere"; "Sapience goes before, Religion follows: because it is first to know God, and then to worship Him." I confess it, that to inquire further, as to the essence of God, of His power, of His art, and by what means He created the world: or of His secret judgment, and the causes, is not an effect of reason.
Solomon was rich and glorious that the fame ran, of his sapience and wisdom and of his building and dispense in his house, through the world, insomuch that the queen of Sheba came from far countries to see him and to tempt him in demands and questions. And she came into Jerusalem with much people and riches, with camels charged with aromatics and gold infinite.
He said something to Mallin, who compressed his lips and shook his head, saying: "We simply cannot assume sapience until we find something in their behavior which cannot be explained under any other hypothesis. We would be much safer to assume nonsapience and proceed to test that assumption." That seemed to establish the keynote.
And on the contrary, Metaphors, and senslesse and ambiguous words, are like Ignes Fatui; and reasoning upon them, is wandering amongst innumerable absurdities; and their end, contention, and sedition, or contempt. Prudence & Sapience, With Their Difference As, much Experience, is Prudence; so, is much Science, Sapience.
"And so you are glad, Archie?" said Mistress Kate, continuing their talk. "Oh, glad! yes, glad!" replied Archie, nodding his head slowly and solemnly. "You don't regret me, then, at all?" "Oh, regret, no!" said Archie, shaking his head with the same sapience and gravity. "Why do you always repeat what a person says, without seeming to know what it is?