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" Upon which that which happened to me, may seem strange, though it be true ; for it was not so much by the knowledge of words, that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things I was enabled to follow the meaning of words. "
The Description of Greece - Page vi
by Pausanias - 1824
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Plutarch's lives

Plutarch, John Dryden - Greece - 1859
...reading of Latin authors. Upon which that which happened to me, may seem strange, though it be true ; for it was not so much by the knowledge of words, that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things I was enabled to follow the meaning of words. But to appreciate the graceful...
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Plutarch's Lives: The Translation Called Dryden's, Volume 5

Plutarch - Greece - 1875
...reading of Latin authors. Upon which that which happened to me, may seem strange, though it be true ; for it was not so much by the knowledge of words, that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things I was enabled to follow the meaning of words. But to appreciate the graceful...
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Lives of Illustrious Men: Translated from the Greek

Plutarch - 1881 - 925 pages
...rending of Latin authors. Upon which thut which happened to me, may seem strange, though il be true ; for it was not so much by the knowledge of words, that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things I was enabled to follow the meaning of words. But to appreciate the graceful...
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The Stenographer, Volume 5

Shorthand - 1894
...reading of Latin authors. Upon which that which happened to me may seem strange, though it be true ; for it was not so much by the knowledge of words, that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things, I was enabled to follow the meaning of words. But to appreciate the graceful...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 29

Charles Dudley Warner - Literature - 1896 - 600 pages
...reading of Latin authors. Upon which that which happened to me may seem strange, though it be true; for it was not so much by the knowledge of words that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things I was enabled to follow the meaning of words. But to appreciate the graceful...
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Transactions of the American Philological Association, Volumes 20-22

American Philological Association - Philology - 1889
...and that he acquired a knowledge of the language by a method most unique and quite incredible, for " it was not so much by the knowledge of words that I came to the understanding of things, but by my experience of things, I was enabled to follow the meaning of words . . . and so in this _/{//>&...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George Henry Warner, Edward Cornelius Towne - Literature - 1897
...reading of Latin authors. Upon which that which happened to me may seem strange, though it be true; for it was not so much by the knowledge of words that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things I was enabled to follow the meaning of words. But to appreciate the graceful...
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Plutarch: of Themistocles, Pericles, Aristides, Alcibiades and Coriolanus ...

Plutarch - Greece - 1909 - 403 pages
...reading of Latin authors. Upon which that which happened to me, may seem strange, though it be true; for it was not so much by the knowledge of words, that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things I was enabled to follow the meaning of words. But to appreciate the graceful...
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Selected Articles on the Study of Latin and Greek

Classical education - 1921 - 237 pages
...tongue. There is much suggestion in the words of Plutarch upon his own experience in learning Latin : "It was not so much by the knowledge of words that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things I was enabled to follow the meaning of words." WHY I HAVE A BAD EDUCATION...
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Imagery: Current Perspectives

J.A. Connella, P. Robin, J.E. Shorr, M. Wolpin - Psychology - 1990 - 200 pages
...SITUATION AS THERAPY Joseph E. Shorr Institute for Psycho-Imagination Therapy Los Angeles, California For it was not so much by the knowledge of words that I came to the understanding of things, as by my experience of things I was enabled to follow the meaning of words. (Plutarch) How does the world...
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