There are two sorts of ill-breeding: the one a sheepish bashfulness, and the other a mis-becoming negligence and disrespect in our carriage; both which are avoided by duly observing this one rule, not to think meanly of ourselves, and not to think meanly... The Works of John Locke - الصفحة 133بواسطة John Locke - 1823عرض كامل
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...two sorts 15 Sr"Ji"g- Of ni Breeding: The one a sheepish Bashfulness, and the other a mis-becoming Negligence and Disrespect in our Carriage; both which...meanly of ourselves, and not to think meanly of others, 20 § 142- The first part of this Rule must not be understood in Opposition to Humility, but to Assurance....