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Исаак Барроу

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Isaac Barrow

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Фотография Исаак Барроу (photo Isaac Barrow)
   

Год рождения: 1630
Место рождения: Лондон, Великобритания
Дата смерти: 04.05.1677 года
Год смерти: 1677
Место смерти: Лондон, Канада

Quotes of Isaac Barrow

Английский математик, физик и богослов

  • ⋅Even private persons in due season, with discretion and temper, may reprove others, whom they observe to commit sin, or follow bad courses, out of charitable design, and with hope to reclaim them. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅He that loveth a book will never want for a faithful friend, a wholesome counselor, a cheerful companion, an effectual comforter /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Smiling always with a never fading serenity of countenance, and
    flourishing in an immortal youth. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅He who loveth a book will never want a faithful friend, a wholesome counsellor, a cheerful companion, or an effectual comforter. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Let us consider that swearing is a sin of all others peculiarly clamorous, and provocative of Divine judgment. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅The reading of books, what is it but conversing with the wisest men of all ages and all countries. /Isaac Barrow
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  • ⋅He that loves a book will never want a [close] friend,
    a wholesome counselor, a cheerful companion, an effectual comforter.
    By study, by reading, by thinking, one may innocently
    divert and pleasantly entertain himself,
    as in all weathers, as in all fortunes. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Facetiousness is allowable when it is the most proper instrument of exposing things apparently base and vile to due contempt. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Because men believe not in Providence, therefore they do so greedily scrape and hoard. They do not believe in any reward for charity, therefore they will part with nothing. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅I pass by that it is very culpable to be facetious in obscene and smutty matters. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Even private persons in due season, with discretion and temper, may reprove others, whom they observe to commit sin, or follow bad courses, out of charitable design, and with hope to reclaim them. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅If men are wont to play with swearing anywhere, can we expect they should be serious and strict therein at the bar or in the church. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅No man speaketh, or should speak, of his prince, that which he hath not weighed whether it will consist with that veneration which should be preserved inviolate to him. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅That in affairs of very considerable importance men should deal with one another with satisfaction of mind, and mutual confidence, they must receive competent assurances concerning the integrity, fidelity, and constancy each of other. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅It is a fair adornment of a man and a great convenience both to himself and to all those with whom he converses and deals, to act uprightly, uniformly, and consistently. The practice of piety frees a man from interior distraction and from irresolution in his mind, from duplicity or inconstancy in his character, and from confusion in his proceedings, and consequently securing for others freedom from deception and disappointment in their transactions with him. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Mathematics - the unshaken Foundation of Sciences, and the plentiful Fountain of Advantage to human affairs. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅We should allow others' excellences, to preserve a modest opinion of our own. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅The fruits of the earth do not more obviously require labor and cultivation to prepare them for our use and subsistence, than our faculties demand instruction and regulation in order to qualify us to become upright and valuable members of society, useful to others, or happy ourselves. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Every ear is tickled with the sweet music of applause. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Smiling always with a never fading serenity of countenance, and flourishing in an immortal youth. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅There do remain dispersed in the soil of human nature divers seeds of goodness, of benignity, of ingenuity, which, being cherished, excited, and quickened by good culture, do, by common experience, thrust out flowers very lovely, and yield fruits very pleasant of virtue and goodness. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Chance never writ a legible book; chance never built a fair house; chance never drew a neat picture; it never did any of these things, nor ever will; nor can it be without absurdity supposed able to do them; which yet are works very gross and rude, very easy and feasible, as it were, in comparison to the production of a flower or a tree. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Incredulity is not wisdom, but the worst kind of folly. It is folly, because it causes ignorance and mistake, with all the consequents of these; and it is very bad, as being accompanied with disingenuity, obstinacy, rudeness, uncharitableness, and the like bad dispositions; from which credulity itself, the other extreme sort of folly, is exempt. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Industry has annexed thereto the fairest fruits and the richest rewards. /Isaac Barrow
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  • ⋅None are too wise to be mistaken, but few are so wisely just as to acknowledge and correct their mistakes, and especially the mistakes of prejudice. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅The proper work of man, the grand drift of human life, is to follow reason, that noble spark kindled in us from heaven. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅We may be as good as we please, if we please to be good. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅In defiance of all the tortue, of all the might, of all the malice of the world, the liberal man will ever be rich; for God's providence is his estate, God's wisdom and power are his defence, God's love and favor are his reward, and God's word is his security. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Sin is never at a stay; if we do not retreat from it, we shall advance in it; and the farther on we go, the more we have to come back. /Isaac Barrow
  • ⋅Slander is a complication, a comprisal and sum of all wickedness. /Isaac Barrow
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