[Commonplace books: Thomas Farnaby, 17th-century]
"No mind was so good that it did not need another mind to counter and equal it, and to save it from conceit and blindness and bigotry and folly. Only in such a balance could humility be found, humility which was a lucid speed to welcome lucidity whenever and wherever it presented itself."
Posted by Jonathan Schindler on 06.18.2009
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