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OF THE INCONSTANCIE OF OUR ACTIONS
A CUSTOME OF THE ILE OF
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able according actions againe amongst ancient answered apparant armes authority beasts beleeve better body booke brought cause charge common condition contrary course custome danger death desire discourse divers divine doth effect examples eyes fall father feare feele finde follow force forme fortune friends give Gods hand hath head himselfe hold honour humane ignorance imagine Italie judge judgement keepe kinde King knowledge lawes learning leave lesse live manner matter meanes minde motions naturall nature never opinion passe passion perceive perfect Philosopher Plato pleased pleasure present reason receive Romane saith seeme seene selfe senses shew sort soule speake suffer sufficient things thinke thou thought tion touch troubled true truth turne unto vertue warre wherein whereof wont worthy yeeld