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" He has the didactic impulse. He has the 'courage of his ideas.' He will convince the audience. He knows an argument which will be effective, he has one for one and another for another; he has an enthusiasm which he feels will rouse the apathetic, a demonstration... "
The Life and Times of Sir John Charles Molteno, K.C.M.G., First Premier of ... - الصفحة 233
بواسطة Percy Alport Molteno - 1900
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The Works and Life of Walter Bagehot, المجلد 10

Walter Bagehot - 1915
...Gladstone has, beyond every other man in his generation, what we may call the oratorical impulse. . . . He has the didactic impulse. He has the ' courage of his ideas ! ' He will convince his audience. He has a nature, as Coleridge might have said, towards his audience. He is sure, if they...

The Popular Science Monthly, المجلد 74

1909
...sceptical arguments'. He would get up to speak. He has the didactic impulse. He has the " courage of liis ideas." He will convince the audience. He knows an...the apathetic, a demonstration which he thinks must convert the incredulous, an illustration which he hopes will drive his meaning even into the heads...

The Popular Science Monthly, المجلد 74

1909
...convictions of years." Mr. Gladstone would not feel these sceptical arguments. He would get up to speak. He has the didactic impulse. He has the " courage...effective, he has one for one and another for another; he baa an enthusiasm which he feels will rouse the apathetic, a demonstration which he thinks must convert...




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