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  • Quid est enim verius, quam neminem esse oportere tam stulte arrogantem, ut in se mentem et rationem putet inesse, in caelo mundoque non putet?

    An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

  • Quod unusquisque propria mala novit, aliorum nesciat, in causa est, ut se inter alios miserum putet.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Dum infinita medicamenta miscent, laudem sibi comparare student, et in hoc studio alter alterum superare conatur, dum quisque quo plura miscuerit, eo se doctiorem putet, inde fit ut suam prodant inscitiam, dum ostentant peritiam, et se ridiculos exhibeant, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ne quis interim viris bonis detractum quid putet, quos habet ecclesia Anglicana quamplurimos, eggregie doctos, illustres, intactae famae, homines, et plures forsan quam quaevis Europae provincia; ne quis a florentisimis

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Aut ea quae vix summa ingenii ratione comprehendat, nulla ratione moveri putet?

    God, Aids & Circumcision

  • * Siquis propheticum dictum, ideo derivandum putet ad interpretationem Spiritus Sancti; quia habet, ` annuncians in homines Christum suum, 'is ad incarnationis Dominicae mysteria dictum facilius derivabit.

    Pneumatologia

  • And the like in their subtlety in judging; for who would think he were no Christian that should say these two speeches “matula putes” and “matula putet,” or “ollae fervere” and “ollam fervere” were not both good Latin, unless their wisdoms had taught us the contrary? who had delivered the church from such mists of error, which yet no one ever met with, had they not come out with some university seal for it?

    In Praise of Folly

  • Cupidus ille meorum? qui ea, quibus maxime γαυριῶ, legenda non putet. '

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • "_O virum simplicem_," (says he, speaking of himself) "_qui nos nihil celat; sapientem, qui serviendum necessitati putet_."

    Cicero's Brutus or History of Famous Orators; also His Orator, or Accomplished Speaker.

  • I'm half-boar, half-pig, if you can cheat me thus. pars maxillarum tonsa est tibi, pars tibi rasa est, pars volsa est. unum quis putet esse caput?

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

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