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" If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions to the sex, God Almighty would never have given them capacities ; for he made nothing needless. Besides, I would ask any such what they can see in ignorance that they should think it a necessary... "
The works of Daniel De Foe [ed.] by W. Hazlitt - Stran 20
avtor: Daniel Defoe - 1843
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English Essays: From Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay

Charles William Eliot - 1910 - 421 strani
...evident to need any demonstration. But why then should women be denied the benefit of instruction? If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions...for he made nothing needless. Besides, I would ask such, What they can see in ignorance, that they should think it a necessary ornament to a woman ? or...
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English Essays: From Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay : with Introductions ...

1910 - 421 strani
...evident to need any demonstration. .. But why then should women be denied the benefit of instruct'on? If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions...for he made nothing needless. Besides, I would ask such, What they can see in ignorance, that they should think it a necessary ornament to & woman ? or...
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English Essays: From Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay ; with Introductions and ...

1910 - 421 strani
...evident to need any demonstration. But why then should women be denied the benefit of instruction? If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions...for he made nothing needless. Besides, I would ask such, What they can see in ignorance, that they should think it a necessary ornament to a woman? or...
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English Essays from Sir Philip Sidney Macaulay

1910 - 421 strani
...evident to need any demonstration. But why then should women be denied the benefit of instruction? If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions...for he made nothing needless. Besides, I would ask such, What they can see in ignorance, that they should think it a necessary ornament to a woman? or...
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English Essays from Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay: With Introductions, Notes ...

Charles William Eliot - 1910 - 421 strani
...evident to need any demonstration. But why then should women be denied the benefit of instruction? If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions...for he made nothing needless. Besides, I would ask such, What they can see in ignorance, that they should think it a necessary ornament to a woman? or...
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English Prose and Poetry (1137-1892).

John Matthews Manly - 1916 - 792 strani
...evident to need any demonstra tion. But why then should women be denied the benefit of instruction? 8P%R ;W 3 Þ ^Y asF H $mwUP * ` V@ E ( ٜϥ V5 | 8J such what they can see in ignorance that they should think it a necessary ornament to a woman? 245...
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Daniel Defoe: How to Know Him

William Peterfield Trent - 1916 - 329 strani
...evident to need any demonstration. But why then should women be denied the benefit of instruction? If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions...for he made nothing needless. Besides, I would ask such, what they can see in ignorance that they should think it a necessary ornament to a woman? Or...
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Workfellows in Social Progression

Kate Stephens - 1916 - 326 strani
...some less brutish than others. . . . Why, then, should women be denied the benefit of instruction? If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions...Almighty would never have given them capacities." It "looks as if we denied women the advantages of education for fear they should vie with the men in...
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Workfellows in Social Progression

Kate Stephens - 1916 - 326 strani
...some less brutish than others. . . . Why, then, should women be denied the benefit of instruction? If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions...Almighty would never have given them capacities." It "looks as if we denied women the advantages of education for fear they should vie with the men in...
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Workfellows in Social Progression

Kate Stephens - 1916 - 328 strani
...some less brutish than others. . . . Why, then, should women be denied the benefit of instruction? If knowledge and understanding had been useless additions...Almighty would never have given them capacities." It "looks as if we denied women the advantages of education for fear they should vie with the men in...
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