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" There is another kind of great geniuses which I shall place in a second class, not as I think them inferior to the first, but only for distinction's sake, as they are of a different kind. This second class of great geniuses are those* that have formed... "
The British Essayists - Сторінка 128
редактори - 1808
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Critical Essays of the Eighteenth Century ...

Willard Higley Durham - 1915 - 445 стор.
...are of a different kind. This second Class of great Genius's are those that have formed themselves by Rules, and submitted the Greatness of their natural...were Plato and Aristotle, among the Romans Virgil and TuUy, among the English Milton and Sir Francis Bacon. THE Genius in both these Classes of Authors may...
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Edward Young's "Conjectures on Original Composition"

Edward Young - 1917 - 127 стор.
...Writings of Pope, p. 76. 1711: This second class of great geniuses are those that have formed themselves by rules, and submitted the greatness of their natural...talents to the corrections and restraints of art. Addison, Spect. No. 160. Conjectures (p. 52): Genius is from heaven, learning from man: This sets us...
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Rousseau and Romanticism

Irving Babbitt - 1919 - 426 стор.
...by conversation, reflection and the reading of the most polite authors"; who have "formed themselves by rules and submitted the greatness of their natural...talents to the corrections and restraints of art." " The great danger in these latter kind of geniuses, is lest they cramp their own abilities too much...
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Milton's Theory of Poetry and Fine Art: An Essay

Ida Langdon - 1924 - 342 стор.
...geniuses1 — in a distinguished fellowship of the law-abiding, with 'those that have formed themselves by rules, and submitted the greatness of their natural talents to the corrections and the restraints of art.'2 And a modern editor of Addison, Professor Cook, writes: ' That Milton would...
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A Literary History of England

Tucker Brooke, Matthias A.. Shaaber - 1959 - 462 стор.
...geniuses like Shakespeare and Pindar; and, secondly, the trained geniuses, "that have formed themselves by rules, and submitted the greatness of their natural...talents to the corrections and restraints of art" — men like Plato, Aristotle, Virgil, Tully, and Milton. This dual concepi of genius had enormous...
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Literary Criticism, Pope to Croce

Gay Wilson Allen, Harry Hayden Clark - 1962 - 659 стор.
...are of a different kind. This second class of great geniuses are those that have formed themselves by rules and submitted the greatness of their natural...Greeks were Plato and Aristotle; among the Romans, Vergil and Tully; among the English, Milton and Sir Francis Bacon. The genius in both these classes...
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The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition

Meyer Howard Abrams - 1971 - 406 стор.
...class of geniuses, differing in kind rather than in excellence, 'are those that have formed themselves by rules, and submitted the greatness of their natural...talents to the corrections and restraints of art'; among them are numbered Plato, Virgil, and Milton. With natural genius, Addison associates other concepts...
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The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism: Volume 4, The Eighteenth Century

George Alexander Kennedy, H. B. Nisbet, Claude Rawson, Raman Selden - 1989 - 970 стор.
...to that class of geniuses, such as Plato, Aristotle, Virgil, and Cicero, who 'have formed themselves by Rules, and submitted the Greatness of their natural...Talents to the Corrections and Restraints of Art' (Spectator 160). In this Spectator essay Addison distinguishes this kind of genius from the great natural...
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The Rise of Modern Philosophy: The Tension Between the New and Traditional ...

Tom Sorell - 1995 - 352 стор.
...submitted themselves to the 'Restraints of Art'—placed Bacon with the latter, and in fine company: 'Such among the Greeks were Plato and Aristotle, among...among the English, Milton and Sir Francis Bacon.' 4 A generation later, Jacob Brucker, busily dividing the past of philosophy into ancient, medieval,...
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Foundations of Neuroscience

Marcus Jacobson - 1993 - 387 стор.
...Addison compares this with another kind, which I shall call the Sherringtonian kind of genius, " who have submitted the greatness of their natural talents to the corrections and restraints of art. . . . The genius in both these classes of authors may be equally great, but shows itself after a different...
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