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" All visible things are emblems ; what thou seest is not there on its own account ; strictly taken, is not there at all : Matter exists only spiritually, and to represent some Idea, and body it forth. "
The Living Age - Side 572
1907
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Sartor Resartus

Thomas Carlyle - 1897 - 432 sider
...spiritually, and to represent >^***- ' some Idea7and body it forth. Hence Clothes, as despic' able-as we think them, are so unspeakably significant. ' Clothes, from the King's mantle downwards, are Emble' matic, not of want only, but of a manifold cunning Vic15 !_tory over Want. On the other hand,...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature ...: A Biographical and ..., Volum 5

John Clark Ridpath - 1898
...or convenience. The theory is thus set forth by Teufelsdrockh : CLOTHES AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE. All visible things are Emblems ; what thou seest is not there on its own account ; strictly taken, it is not there at all. Matter exists only spiritually, and to represent some Idea and body it forth....
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Mind, Volum 2

1898
...within and the wise, unseen teachers about them—really present, though veiled from carnal eyes. ALL visible things are emblems; what thou seest is not there on its own account—strictly taken, is not there at all; matter exists only spiritually, and to represent some...
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A History of English Literature: By F.V.N. Painter

Franklin Verzelius Newton Painter - 1899 - 697 sider
...to a mystical or transcendental philosophy of nature. " All visible things," he says in " Sartor," " are emblems ; what thou seest is not there on its...spiritually, and to represent some idea, and body it forth." This is the key to much of his .teaching. To him natural law was the immediate manifestation of the...
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Lessons on Morals: Arranged for Grammar Schools, High Schools, and Academies

Julia M. Dewey - 1899 - 283 sider
...of order and beauty, and some strength of will and purpose beneath the garments. "All things visible are emblems; what thou seest is not there on its own account ; strictly taken it is not there at all. Matter exists only spiritually and to represent some idea and body it forth....
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The Ideal Life and Other Unpublished Addresses

Henry Drummond, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, Ian Maclaren - 1899 - 315 sider
...things which are not seen are made of the things which do appear. " All visible things," said Carlyle, "are emblems. What thou seest is not there on its own account ; strictly speaking, is not there at all. Matter exists only spiritually, and to represent some idea and body...
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Invisible Light: Or, The Electric Theory of Creation

George Woodward Warder - 1900 - 334 sider
...world is purely symbolical of the spiritual world." Carlyle says, " All visible things are emblems. Matter exists only spiritually and to represent some idea and body it forth." Milton says, " What if earth be but the shadow of heaven ? " And the New Testament says, *' The invisible...
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Metaphysical Magazine: A Monthly Review of the Occult Sciences and ..., Volum 14

1901
...dismal, leaden clouds is so seldom to be seen in all its serene purity." EVA BEST. (To be Continued.) All visible things are Emblems; what thou seest is not there on its own account—strictly speaking, is not there at all. Matter exists only spiritually, and to represent...
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Collected Essays, Volum 1

Augustine Birrell - 1902
...philosophy we shall not be very far wrong if we rank Carlyle as an idealist. ' Matter,' says he, ' exists only spiritually, and to represent some idea, and body it forth. Heaven and Earth are but the time-vesture of the Eternal. The Universe is but one vast symbol of God;...
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The Christian Science Journal, Volum 24

1906
...of perception. Verily, "things are not what they seem" (to mortal sense). According to Carlyle, "all visible things are emblems; what thou seest is not...spiritually, and to represent some idea and body it forth." Professor Royce says, "These stars . . . these hypothetical molecules that have been forever falling...
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