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" The one, that consciences are not to be forced, but to be won and reduced by the force of truth, with the aid of time and the use of all good means of instruction and persuasion. "
Illinois Studies in Language and Literature - Página 166
1919
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The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His Occasional Works ...

Francis Bacon - 1861
...persuasion. 2. The other, that the causes of conscience, when they exceed their bounds and grow to be matter of faction, lose their nature ; and that sovereign...princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or contempt, though coloured with the pretence of conscience and religion. According to these principles,...
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Works: Collected and Edited by James Spedding, Robert Leslie Ellis ..., Volumen8

Francis Bacon - 1862
...persuasion. 2. The other, that the causes of conscience, when they exceed their bounds and grow to be matter of faction, lose their nature; and that sovereign...princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or contempt, though coloured with the pretence of conscience and religion. According to these principles,...
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The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry ..., Volumen1

Henry Hallam - 1862 - 737 páginas
...and persuasion;" the other, that " cases of conscience, when they exceed their bounds, and grow to be matter of faction, lose their nature ; and that sovereign princes ought distinctly to punish their practices and contempt, though colored with the pretence of conscience and religion." Bacon has...
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Memoirs of the court of queen Elizabeth. Repr. of the 6th ed

Lucy Aikin - 1872
...persuasion. ' 2. The other, that the causes of conscience, wherein they exceed their bounds and grow to be matter of faction, lose their nature ; and that sovereign princes ought distinctly to punish the practice in contempt, though colored under pretence of conscience and religion. ' According to these principles,...
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An Account of the Life and Times of Francis Bacon: Extracted from ..., Volumen1

James Spedding - 1878 - 730 páginas
...persuasion. 2. The other, that the causes of conscience, when they exceed their bounds and grow to be matter of faction, lose their nature ; and that sovereign...princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or contempt, though colored with the pretense of conscience and religion. According to these principles,...
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The English Reformation and Its Consequences, Volúmenes36-39

William Edward Collins - 1898 - 314 páginas
...other, That causes of conscience when they exceed their bounds and grow to be matters of faction, leese their nature; and that sovereign princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or contempt, 1 It will be seen that this is an act of clemency rather than a penal enactment. though coloured...
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The Reformation Settlement Examined in the Light of History and Law: With an ...

Malcolm MacColl - 1899 - 565 páginas
...persuasion. 2. The other, that the causes of conscience, when they exceed their bounds and grow to be matter of faction, lose their nature ; and that sovereign...princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or contempt, though coloured with the pretence of conscience and religion. According to these principles,...
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Spenser's Defense of Lord Grey

Harry Stuart Vedder Jones - 1919 - 75 páginas
...scholarly friend, like Bacon, Jewel, Hooker, and the French policists, acknowledges his loyalty to the twin ideals of religious tolerance and political sovereignty....chagrin in England; but by 1596—the year in which the Veue was written and the last three books of the Faerie Queene were published— England and France...
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Spenser's Defense of Lord Grey

Harry Stuart Vedder Jones - 1967 - 75 páginas
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Thought and Expression in the Sixteenth Century: book IV. England. book V ...

Henry Osborn Taylor - 1920
...volumes. , 29 The statute is given in Gee and Hardy, oc pp. 492-498, ,_ bounds, and grow to be matters of faction, lose their nature: and that sovereign princes ought distinctly to punish their practices and contempt, though coloured with the pretense of conscience and religion. " According...
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