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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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SIR PHILIP SIDNEY TO MACAULAY - 1910
...they all directed to the highest end of the mistress-knowledge, by the Greeks called ApxiTexTovixtj, which stands, as I think, in the knowledge of a man's...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, but his further end to serve a nobler...
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Literary Criticism: Plato to Dryden

Allan H. Gilbert - Literary Criticism - 1962 - 704 pages
...they all directed to the highest end of the mistress knowledge, by the Greeks called architectonike, which stands, as I think, in the knowledge 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, but...
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Shakespeare's Patterns of Self-knowledge

Rolf Soellner - Drama - 1972 - 454 pages
...sciences were "directed to the highest end of the mistress-knowledge, by the Greeks called apxnfKTovuv/), which stands, as I think, in the knowledge of a man's...the end of well-doing and not of well-knowing only. , . ." 2 Sidney saw the poet, ahead of even the moralist and the historian, as the best guide toward...
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Sir Philip Sidney: The Maker's Mind

Dorothy Connell - 1977 - 163 pages
...they all directed to the highest end of the mistress-knowledge, by the Greeks called apxireKToviKT), which stands (as I think) in the knowledge of a man's...the end of welldoing and not of well-knowing only . . . (Defence, pp. 82-3) Three centuries of romanticizing about Sidney's chivalric heroism have tended...
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Education and Society in Tudor England

Joan Simon - Education - 1979 - 468 pages
...high a perfection as our degenerate souls. . .can be capable of.' The highest end of learning lies 'in the knowledge of a man's self, in the ethic and...the end of well-doing and not of well-knowing only'. It was in this context that Sidney pressed the claims of the poet as one who most 1 Buxton, pp. 147-8,...
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Sir Philip Sidney: Selected Prose and Poetry

Sir Philip Sidney - Literary Criticism - 1983 - 539 pages
...all directed to the highest end of the mistress knowledge, by the Greeks [called] apx(TtKrov(KTj,21 which stands (as I think) in the knowledge 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, but...
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Between Dream and Nature: Essays on Utopia and Dystopia, Volume 61

Dominic Baker-Smith, C. C. Barfoot - Literary Collections - 1987 - 228 pages
...are they all directed to the highest end of mistress-knowledge, by the Greeks called ┐PXttCKtOVtKTh which stands (as I think) in the knowledge of a man's...the end of well-doing and not of well-knowing only ... (pp. 82-83). Interestingly, the paragraph ends: So that, the ending end of all earthly learning...
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Between Dream and Nature: Essays on Utopia and Dystopia, Volume 61

Dominic Baker-Smith, C. C. Barfoot - Literary Collections - 1987 - 228 pages
...are they all directed to the highest end of mistress-knowledge, by the Greeks called apxiTGKTOvncri, which stands (as I think) in the knowledge of a man's...the end of well-doing and not of well-knowing only ... (pp. 82-83). Interestingly, the paragraph ends: So that, the ending end of all earthly learning...
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The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism: Volume 3, The Renaissance

George Alexander Kennedy, Glyn P. Norton, Hugh Barr Nisbet, Marshall Brown, Claude Julien Rawson, Alastair J. Minnis, Ian Richard Johnson, Rafey Habib, Christa Knellwolf, Raman Selden, A. Walton Litz, Louis Menand, Lawrence Rainey, Christopher Norris, Christa Knellwolf King - Literary Criticism - 1989 - 758 pages
...they all directed to the highest end of the mistress-knowledge, by the Greeks called architectonike, which stands (as I think) in the knowledge of a man's...the end of welldoing and not of well-knowing only'. Indeed, 'the ending end of all earthly learning being virtuous action, those skills, that most serve...
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The Sound of Virtue: Philip Sidney's Arcadia and Elizabethan Politics

Blair Worden, William Worden - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 406 pages
...ourselves'.12 The Defence confirms the point: 'the highest end of the mistress-knowledge . . . stands ... in the knowledge of a man's self, in the ethic and politic consideration, with the end of welldoing'.13 'Well-doing' (or 'doing good') - the goal to which Euarchus, the prime moral exemplar...
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