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" I made light of moral feelings. I argued that conscience was vague and uncertain; that there was hardly any vice but what men might be found who have been guilty of it without remorse. 'But, said he, there is no man who has not a horrour at some vice. "
An Account of Corsica: The Journal of a Tour to that Island : and Memoirs of ... - Page 319
by James Boswell - 1768 - 384 pages
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An Account of Corsica: The Journal of a Tour to that Island; and Memoirs of ...

James Boswell - Authors, Scottish - 1768 - 382 pages
...fummit) if I fall, I fall at leaft THERE (point-1 ing a good way up) magnis tamen excidit' aufis.' " I ventured to reafon like a libertine, that I might be confirmed in virtuous principles by fb illuftrious a preceptour. 1 made light of moral feelings. I argued that confcience was vague and...
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The Living Age, Volume 318

1923
...with which he was able to invest his famous talks with Johnson; for instance: — I ventured to reason like a libertine that I might be confirmed in virtuous principles by so illustrious a Preceptour. I made light of moral feelings. I argued that Conscience was vague and...
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Boswell's Correspondence with the Honourable Andrew Erskine: And His Journal ...

James Boswell, Andrew Erskine - Corsica (France) - 1879 - 242 pages
...fall, I fall at least THERE (pointing a good way up) magnis tamen excidit ausis." I ventured to reason like a libertine, that I might be confirmed in virtuous principles by so illustrious a preceptour. t I made light of moral feelings. I argued that conscience was vague and...
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Boswell's correspondence with ... Andrew Erskine, and his Journal of a tour ...

James Boswell - 1879
...fall, I fall at least THERE (pointing a good way up) magnis tamen excidit ausis." I ventured to reason like a libertine, that I might be confirmed in virtuous principles by so illustrious a preceptour. f I made light of moral feelings. I argued that conscience was vague and...
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Young Boswell: Chapters on James Boswell, the Biographer, Based Largely on ...

Chauncey Brewster Tinker - Authors, Scottish - 1922 - 266 pages
...beginning, one of his favourite methods of drawing a man out. "I ventured," he writes of Paoli, "to reason like a libertine, that I might be confirmed in virtuous principles by so illustrious a preceptour. I made light of moral feelings. I argued that conscience was vague and...
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An Account of Corsica, the Journal of a Tour to That Island; and Memoirs of ...

James Boswell - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 302 pages
...fall at least THERE (pointing a good way up), magnis tamen excidit ausis. >fi2 I ventured to reason like a libertine, that I might be confirmed in virtuous principles by so illustrious a Preceptour. I made light of moral feelings. I argued that conscience was vague and...
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