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" A wise man hath his foibles, as well as a fool. But the difference between them is, that the foibles of the one are known to himself, and concealed from the world ; the foibles of the other are known to the world, and concealed from himself. "
Self-knowledge:: A Treatise, Shewing the Nature and Benefit of the Important ... - עמוד 46
מאת John Mason - 1794 - 240 דפים
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A Treatise on Self-knowledge

John Mason - 1816 - 268 דפים
...well as a fool, But the difference between them is, that the foibles of the one are known to himself, and concealed from the world; the foibles of the other are known to the world, and concealed from himself. The wise man sees those frailties in himself, which others cannot ; but the fool is blind...
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A Treatise on Self Knowledge: Showing the Nature and Benefit of that ...

John Mason - 1819 - 178 דפים
...But the difference between them is, that the foibles of the one are known to himself, andconcealed from the world ; the foibles of the other are known to the world, and concealed from himself. The wise man sees those frailties in himself, which others cannot ; but the fool is blind...
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Mason on self-knowledge. Melmoth's Great importance of a religious life ...

John Mason - 1824 - 322 דפים
...well as a fool. Bat the difference between them is, that the foibles of the cue are known to himself, and concealed from the world ; the foibles of the other are known to the world, and concealed from himself. The wise man sees those frailties in himself, which others cannot ; but the fool is blind...
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The New Jerusalem magazine and theological inspector

1829
...difference between them is, that the foibles of the one are known to himself, and concealed from the woild ; the foibles of the other are known to the world, and concealed from himself. "Do men gather grapes of thorns or figs of thistles?" No: — then to expect an impossibility...
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The Saturday Magazine, כרך 16

1840
...well as a fool. But the difference between them is, that the foibles of the one are known to himself, and concealed from the world; the foibles of the other are known to the world, and concealed from himself. The wise man sees those frailties in himself which others cannot ; but the fool is blind to...
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Mason on self-knowledge. Melmoth's Great importance of a religious life ...

John Mason - 1846 - 312 דפים
...well as a fool. But the difference between them is, that the foibles of the one are known to himself, and concealed from the world ; the foibles of the other are known to the world, and concealed from himself. The wise man sees those frailties in himself, which others cannot ; but the fool is blind...
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The Parlour magazine of the literature of all nations, כרך 2

1851
...fool. But there is this difference between them, namely — the foibles of the one are known to himself and concealed from the world; the foibles of the other are known to the world and concealed from himself. — Mason. Life is a running stream; forced repose breeds stagnation : hide it as we will,...
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The World's Laconics: Or, The Best Thoughts of the Best Authors

Tryon Edwards - 1853 - 432 דפים
...between them, is, that the foibles of the one are known to himself and concealed from the world ; and the foibles of the other are known to the world and concealed from himself. — Mason on SelfKnowledge. WlSE, THE, FOR THIS WORLD AND THE NEXT. It is USUally seen, that...
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Reflections on the Collects of the Church of England

Thomas Henry Lane FOX - 1854
...well as a fool ; but the difference between them is, that the foibles of the one are known to himself, and concealed from the world : the foibles of the other are known to the world and concealed from himself. - Q wise man sees those frailties in himself, which others cannot, but the fool is blind to...
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The Defender

1855
...well as a fool : but the difference between them is, that the foibles of the one are known to himself, and concealed from the world ; the foibles of the other are known to the world, and concealed from himself. The wise man sees those frailties in himself, which others cannot ; bin the fool is blind...
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