The Collected Poems of C. Arms and Exile ed.
Quotes[ edit ] Only the skilled can judge the skilfulness, but that is not the same as judging the value of the result. I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen. Not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else I have at last come to the end of the Faerie Queene: Family Letters, — edited by Walter Hooper, p.
He has the journalist's air of being a specialist in everything, of taking in all points of view and being always on the side of the angels: There is not two pence worth of real thought or real nobility in him. The Letters of C. Lewis to Arthur Greeves —p. Certainly to me it is the chief happiness of life.
If I had to give a piece of advice to a young man about a place to live, I think I shd.
Imagination, producing new metaphors or revivifying old, is not the cause of truth, but its condition. A Semantic Nightmare", Rehabilitations Only the skilled can judge the skilfulness, but that is not the same as judging the value of the result.
A Preface to Paradise LostChapter 2: Achilles had been little more than a passionate boy. A Preface to Paradise LostChapter 6: Not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else. And the higher the pretensions of such power, the more dangerous I think it both to the rulers and to the subjects.
Hence Theocracy is the worst of all governments. If we must have a tyrant a robber baron is far better than an inquisitor. The baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity at some point be sated, and since he dimly knows he is doing wrong he may possibly repent. But the inquisitor who mistakes his own cruelty and lust of power and fear for the voice of Heaven will torment us infinitely because he torments us with the approval of his own conscience and his better impulses appear to him as temptations.
And since Theocracy is the worst, the nearer any government approaches to Theocracy the worse it will be.Rehabilitations and other essays, by C. S Lewis (Author) Be the first to review this item. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Facsimile "Please retry" —.
John Beversluis, C. S. Lewis and the Search for Rational Religion.
Eerdmans, ISBN ; Ronald W. Bresland. The Backward Glance: C.S. Rehabilitations, and other essays. by C. S Lewis (Author) Be the first to review this item. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Facsimile "Please retry" —. Lewis, C. S. Rehabilitations and Other Essays, London: Oxford University Press, cm, [viii; 2 leaves, (3) ; i] Printed at the University by John Johnson, Printer to the University.
Black cloth, gilt lettering on the spine, dust jacket with price of 7s. 6d. net. "A pleasure is full grown only when it is remembered. You are speaking, Hmān, as if the pleasure were one thing and the memory schwenkreis.com is all one thing. The séroni could say it better than I say it now.
Not better than I could say it in a poem. What you call remembering is the last part of the pleasure, as the crah is the last part of a poem. When you and I met, the meeting was over very.
As with Allegory of Love, some of the essays were lost on me due to not having read all of the literature Lewis discusses. But others, particularly those on /5.