Taken together, the volumes provide the ideal basis for course use, representing anunparalleled work of reference for students and specialists alike. Already published in the series:
The text still has to be proofread against the original, and I hope to add commentary as time permits. Studies serue for Delight, for Ornament, and for Ability. They perfect Nature, and are perfected, by Experience: And Studies themselues, doe giue forth Directions too much at Large, except they be bounded in by experience.
For they teach not their owne Vse; But that is a Wisdome without them, and aboue them, won by Obseruation. That is, some Bookes are to be read onely in Parts; Others to be read but not Curiously; And some Few to be read wholly, and with Diligence and Attention.
Some Bookes also may be read by Deputy, and Extracts made of them by Others: But that would be, onely in the lesse important Arguments, and the Meaner Sort of Bookes: And therefore, If a Man Write little, he had need haue a Great memory; If he Conferre little, he had need haue a Present Wit; And if he Reade litle, he had need haue much Cunning, to seeme to know that, he doth not.
Abeunt studia in Mores. Like as Diseases of the Body, may haue Appropriate Exercises. If his Wit be not Apt to distinguish or find differences, let him Study the Schoole-men; For they are Cymini sectores.Of Studies by Francis Bacon [Explanation in blue, original in black].
Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability. Study as an activity, in whatever form, brings us joy and enhances our thinking, speaking and writing ability adding charm to our personality.
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rates . Francis Bacon () was born in London to parents who were members of the court of Queen Elizabeth I. He attended Trinity College, entered the practice of law in his late teens, and became a member of the House of Commons at the age of Francis Bacon () Of Studies. STUDIES serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability.
Their chief use for delight, is in privateness and retiring; for ornament, is in discourse; and for ability, is in the judgment, and disposition of business. ity ofstudies do not distinguish between different cat- egories of daily hassles.
Therefore, it is impossible to determine which types of daily experiences might play a more important role in accounting for develop- mental outcomes.
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potatoes, and bacon and other pork. The differences were reversed for such important sources ofvitamin A as carrots and tomatoes. The consumption of broccoli, a cruciferous vegetable that contains substantial amounts of vitamin A was negatively associated with risk.
Controls also reported consuming chicken and lamb significantly more frequently.