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" To try and approach truth on one side after another, not to strive or cry, nor to persist in pressing forward, on any one side, with violence and self-will... "
MacMillan's Magazine - Page 314
edited by - 1896
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 95

American literature - 1905
...words of his: "We are all seekers still;" not to imagine that we have heard or uttered the last word, " not to strive or cry, nor to persist in pressing forward, on any one side with violence and self-will," but patiently to investigate, and sift, and interpret, until we find the Truth. "Prove all things;...
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Essays in Criticism

Matthew Arnold - Criticism - 1865 - 302 pages
...rather say, not in my power,— to dispute on behalf of any opinion, even my own, very obstinately. To try and approach Truth on one side after another, not to strive or cry, not to persist in pressing forward, on any one side, with violence and self-will,—it is only thus,...
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Controversial letters

William Brighty Rands - 1865
...in tone beautiful, but in logic indiscriminating ; and leading, at last, to nowhere in particular. " To try and approach truth on one side after another — not to strive or cry, not to persist in pressing forward on any one side with violence or self-will — it is not only thus...
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Controversial letters

1865
...in tone beautiful, but in logic indiscriminating ; and leading, at last, to nowhere in particular. " To try and approach truth on one side after another — not to strive or cry, not to persist in pressing forward on any one side with violence or self-will — it is not only thus...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 10

Great Britain - 1869
...worth in the critic's work, of a perfect and disinterested love of truth — the aim, as he says, " to try and approach truth on one side after another,...persist in pressing forward, on any one side, with violenco or self-will — it is only thus, it seems to me, that mortals may hopo to gain any vision...
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Time, Volume 2; Volume 13

Edmund Hodgson Yates, Mrs. Ellen Mary (Abdy-Williams) Whishaw, Walter Sydney Sichel, Ernest Belfort Bax - 1885
...characteristic essence. But it is part of Matthew Arnold's method, if method it may be called, " to approach truth on one side after another, not to strive...forward, on any one side, with violence and self-will." One of his best-known essays, that on Heine, is an admirable instance of what can and cannot be obtained...
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TIME

E.M. ABDY-WILLIAMS - 1885
...characteristic essence. But it is part of Matthew Arnold's method, if method it may be called, " to approach truth on one side after another, not to strive...forward, on any one side, with violence and self-will." One of his best-known essays, that on Heine, is an admirable instance of what can and cannot be obtained...
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Selections from the Prose Writings of Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold - English essays - 1897 - 348 pages
...rather say not in my power — to dispute on behalf of any opinion, even my own, very obsti- I nately. To try and approach truth on one side after another, not to strive or cry, not to persist in pressing forward, on any one side, with violence and self-will, it is only thus,...
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Two Essays Upon Matthew Arnold with Some of His Letters to the Author

Arthur Howard Galton - 1897 - 122 pages
...truth on one side after another, not to strive nor cry, not to persist in pressing forward, on any side, with violence and self-will, it is only thus, it seems to me," he says, " that mortals may hope to gain any vision of the mysterious Goddess, whom we shall never...
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Two Essays Upon Matthew Arnold with Some of His Letters to the Author

Arthur Howard Galton - 1897 - 122 pages
...: they will always ' rush in where angels fear to tread.' " Matthew Arnold's attitude was rather %' to try and approach truth on one side after another, not to strive nor cry, not to persist in pressing forward, on any side, with violence and self-will, it is only thus,...
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