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" For Taste does not wholly depend upon the natural Strength and acquired Improvement of the Intellectual Powers; nor wholly upon a fine Construction of the Organs of the Body; nor wholly upon the intermediate Powers of the Imagination; but upon an Union... "
Letters Concerning Taste - Página 29
por John Gilbert Cooper - 1755 - 143 páginas
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW OR LITERARY JOURNAL VOL.XI

SEVERAL HANDS - 1754
...vibolty In the fifth letter he fpeak- of tafte in the following manner. * up >na fin;- conftrucYion of the organs of the body} nor * -wholly upon the intermediate powers of the Imagination; but * upon an union of them all happily blended, without too great ' a prevalency in either. Hence it falls out,...
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Corporate Communication: Theory and Practice

Michael B. Goodman - 1994 - 408 páginas
...natural Strength and acquired Improvement of the Intellectual Powers; nor wholly upon a fine Construction of the Organs of the Body; nor wholly upon the intermediate...Hence it falls out, that one Man may be a very great Reasoner; another have the finest Genius for Poetry; and a third be blessed with the most delicate...
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Joseph Addison and Richard Steele: The Critical Heritage

Edward Alan Bloom, Lillian D. Bloom - 1995 - 480 páginas
...natural Strength and acquired Improvement of the Intellectual Powers; nor wholly upon a fine Construction of the Organs of the Body; nor wholly upon the intermediate Powers of the Imagination; but upon an Union of them all happily blended, without too great a Prevalency in either. Hence it falls out,...
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