contraries


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There be also two false peaces, or unities: the one, when the peace is grounded, but upon an implicit ignorance; for all colors will agree in the dark: the other, when it is pieced up, upon a direct admission of contraries, in fundamental points.
If all you can suggest is that notion of a message conveyed by contraries, I call it uncommonly clever, but.
Saradine was a French freemason and a fierce atheist, and a priest moved him by the law of contraries.