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" We are neither of these, but simply investigators of earnest purpose and unbiassed mind, who study all things, prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good. We seek, inquire, reject nothing without cause, accept nothing without proof: we are... "
Behavior of the Lower Organisms - Página 186
por Herbert Spencer Jennings - 1906 - 366 páginas
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The New England Farmer

Samuel W. Cole - 1861
...time, — but after seeing the testimony of others in relation to it, and recalling an old maxim, to "prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good," we put it in operation, and have given the results above. Since having made trial of it, we have conversed...
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Report: Containing the Proceedings of the Annual Session ..., Volumen22

Iowa State Horticultural Society - 1888
...apple until the 20th of January. I have had good crops the past three years. I like the old proverb, " prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good." We want to raise apples for ourselves. We want to come into possession of them by our own genius, and...
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They Rise: Suggestive Inquiries Concerning the Resurrection of the Dead as ...

D. A. Dryden - 1872 - 215 páginas
...look upon those who express them as assailants. We will have no controversy, candid reader. Let us simply prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good. If these inquiries lead you not into the conscious perception of the truth of the Divine Word, receive...
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Proceedings of the Annual Session

American Association on Mental Deficiency - 1877
...Association I think their attitude has been this with regard to the operation, — scripturally to prove all things and hold fast to that which is good. We are aware that cerebral surgery and experiment must be undertaken. This must be serious in order to...
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The Melbourne Review, Volumen8

1883
...neither of these, but simply investigators of earnest purpose and unbiassed minds, who study all things, prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good. We seek, inquire, reject nothing without proof ; we are students, not teachers ; we desire to form the...
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Theosophy: Religion, and Occult Science

Henry Steel Olcott - 1885 - 384 páginas
...investigators of earnest purpose and $6 THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY unbiassed mind, who study all things, prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good. We seek, inquire, reject nothing without cause, accept nothing without proof: we are students, not teachers."...
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Journal of Morphology

1912
...chosen as food, if the trial be unsuccessful it is rejected and classed with the errors. Jennings says "there is no evidence that in some unknown way the...prove all things and hold fast to that which is good." In this conclusion Jennings agrees with Maupas. It is evident, however, that the trial-error explanation...
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Ohio History Teachers' Journal, Tema 14

1919
...their own rules and institutions; it is our duty today to assist them in developing a judgment that can prove all things and hold fast to that which is good. We must help them to think clearly and honestly and fundamentally in matters political, and by giving...
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The Dawning of the Theosophical Movement

Michael Gomes - 1987 - 248 páginas
...were described as "simply investigators, of earnest purpose and unbiased mind, who study all things, prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good ... we seek, inquire, reject nothing without proof; we are students not teachers." The Society had its antecedents...
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Walking the Path with Sai Baba

Howard Murphet - 1993 - 200 páginas
...truth. . . . We are simply investigators of earnest purpose and unbiased mind, who study all things, prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good. . . . We are students, not teachers." However, by 1965 something seemed to have happened to that fine spirit...
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