References in classic literature ?
But if, as Socrates argues, all evil is involuntary, then all criminals ought to be admonished and not punished.
Is it unfair to argue that the writer is a person of somewhat delicate sensibility, to whom a strong smell of fish is distasteful?
It may be unbalanced to fly out of England, but to stop away eight months argues that the heart is awry as well as the head.
The content, Meinong argues, must not be confounded with the object, since the content must exist in my mind at the moment when I have the thought, whereas the object need not do so.
Very well, then,' argues the boy, 'what do you call names for?
But when a man's religion becomes really frantic; when it is a positive torment to him; and, in fine, makes this earth of ours an uncomfortable inn to lodge in; then I think it high time to take that individual aside and argue the point with him.
But while now upon so wide a field thus variously accomplished, and with such liveliness of expertness in him, too; all this would seem to argue some uncommon vivacity of intelligence.
It unfits you to argue about business, and you're wrong to be always trying.
Anna Maria was about to argue the point, when all at once there began to be other sounds up above--the rasping noise of a saw; and the noise of a little dog, scratching and yelping!
Do you mean to say," said Lady Muriel, "that these manikins of an inch high are to argue with me?
You are too ridiculous (said Augusta) to argue with; perhaps however you may in time be convinced that .
Father lost three steamers in succession by remaining in Paris to argue with me.