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" ... the highest end of the mistress-knowledge, by the Greeks called architeklonike, which stands, as I think, in the knowledge of a man's self, in the ethic and politic consideration, with the end of well-doing, and not of well-knowing only... "
Joseph Fawcett, The Art of War: Its Relation to the Early Development of ... - Page 68
by Arthur Beatty - 1918 - 270 pages
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Laconics: or, The best words of the best authors

John Timbs - Reference - 1856
...serving sciences ; which, as they are all directed to the highest aim of the mistress — knowledge; knowledge of a man's self, in the ethic and politic...the end of well-doing, and not of well-knowing only : so the ending of all earthly learning, being virtuous action, those skills that most serve to bring...
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The Life and Times of Sir Philip Sidney

S. M. Henry Davis - 1859 - 287 pages
...but serving sciences ; which, as they are all directed to the higher aim of the mistress-knowledge, Knowledge of a Man's Self, in the ethic and politic consideration — with the end of Well Doing, not of well knowing only — so the end of all earthly learning being virtuous action,...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Sir Philip Sidney, Knt: With a Life of the Author ...

Sir Philip Sidney - 1860 - 380 pages
...they all directed to the highest end of the mistress knowledge, by the Greeks called fyxlTCKTovud), which stands, as I think, in the knowl-edge of a man's...the ethic and politic consideration, with the end of well doing, and not of well knowing only ; even as the saddler's next end is to make a good saddle,...
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A Memoir of Sir Philip Sidney

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - Great Britain - 1862 - 557 pages
...they all directed to the highest end of the mistress knowledge, by the Greeks called apxiTfKToviKr), which stands, as I think, in the knowledge of a man's self, in the ethic and prolific consideration, with the end of well-doing and not of well-knowing only. Therefore, the ending...
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The literary reader: prose authors, with biogr. notices &c. by H.G. Robinson

Hugh George Robinson - 1867
...they all directed to the highest end of the mistress knowledge, by the Greeks called ApxireKTonK^, — which stands, as I think, in the knowledge of a man's...self, in the ethic and politic consideration, with end of well-doing, and not of well-knowing only : even as the saddler's 26 next end is to make a good...
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Readings in English literature, prose

English literature - 1874
...have a private end to themselves, so yet are they all directed to the highest end of the knowledge, which stands, as I think, in the knowledge of a man's...consideration with the end of well-doing and not of well- knowing ; even as a saddler's private end is to make a good saddle, but his further end is to...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and ..., Volume 3

Cassell, ltd - 1876
...they all directed to the highest end of the mistress knowledge, by the Greeks called apx'TelcT<""Kb< s for a kingdom wherein to role and create, know this...the thing thou seekest is already with thee, here well doing, and not of well knowing only ; even as the saddler's next end is to make a good saddle,...
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Sir Philip Sidney

John Addington Symonds - 1886 - 200 pages
...ofj| All the branches of learning subserve | the royal or architectonic science, " which stands, as ij think, in the knowledge of a man's self in the ethic and! ^ politic consideration, with the end <&- well-doing, and jaot \ I , V ; of well-knowing only." If then virtuous action be the ultimate object...
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Sir Philip Sidney, Volume 3

John Addington Symonds - Great Britain - 1887 - 186 pages
...lodgings, can be capable of." All the branches of learning subserve the royal or architectonic science, " which stands, as I think, in the knowledge of a man's...the end of well-doing, and not of wellknowing only." If then virtuous action be the ultimate object of all our intellectual endeavours, can it be shown...
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Sir Philip Sidney

John Addington Symonds - 1887 - 186 pages
...lodgings, can be capable of." All the branches of learning subserve the royal or architectonic science, " which stands, as I think, in the knowledge of a man's...the end of well-doing, and not of wellknowing only." If then virtuous action be the ultimate object of all our intellectual endeavours, can it be shown...
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