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					                          25 August 2008



“So act as to treat
humanity, whether in thine
own person or in that of
any other, in every case as
an end withal, never as
means only.”
              Fundamental Principles of the
              Metaphysics of Ethics (1785)
“You cannot reheat a
 soufflé”

            Paul McCartney
What you don‟t know
 can‟t hurt you.
             Late 16th Century
Revenge is a dish that can be
 eaten cold.

                      19th Century
I have not loved the world, nor
  the world me;
I have not flattered its rank
  breath, nor bowed
To its idolatries a patient knee.
           Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (1812-18) canto 3, st. 113

                                              Lord Byron
“Learning teacheth more in
 one year than experience in
 twenty”
                  Roger Asham 1515 – 1568
        English scholar, writer, and courtier
“Thou wretched, rash,
 intruding fool, farewell! I
 took thee for thy better.”

             Hamlet (1601) act 3, sc. 4, 1.31
                     William Shakespeare
“I got disappointed in nature as
  well and gave it up because I
  found it too much like my
  own.”
           A Fairy Tale of New York (1973)
                       J.P. Donleavy 1926 –
                   Irish-American novelist
“Come, and take choice of all
 my library, And so beguile
 thy sorrow.”

      Titus Andronicus (1590) act 4, sc. I, 1.34
                       William Shakespeare
Cassius: Did Cicero say any thing?
Casca: Ay, he spoke Greek.
Cassius: To what effect?
Casca: Nay, an I tell you that, I‟ll ne‟er look you i„
The face again; but those that understood him
smiled at one another and shook their heads;
but, for mine own part, it was Greek to me.
             Julius Caesar (1599) act I, sc. 2, I. [288]
                               William Shakespeare
“Liars ought to have good
 memories.”

                    Discourses concerning Government
                                  (1698) ch. 2, sect. 15
                        Algernon Sidney 1622 – 1683
    English Conspirator, executed for his alleged part in the Rye House Plot

				
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