Isaac Barrow - Quotes

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Smiling always with a never fading serenity of countenance, and flourishing in an immortal youth. ---->>>

Let us consider that swearing is a sin of all others peculiarly clamorous, and provocative of Divine judgment. ---->>>

That in affairs of very considerable importance men should deal with one another with satisfaction of mind, and mutual confidence, they must receive competent assurances concerning the integrity, fidelity, and constancy each of other. ---->>>

It is safe to make a choice of your thoughts, scarcely ever safe to express them all. ---->>>

That men should live honestly, quietly, and comfortably together, it is needful that they should live under a sense of God's will, and in awe of the divine power, hoping to please God, and fearing to offend Him, by their behaviour respectively.

That men should live honestly, quietly, and comfortably together, it is needful that they should live under a sense of God's will, and in awe of the divine power, hoping to please God, and fearing to offend Him, by their behaviour respectively.

Facetiousness is allowable when it is the most proper instrument of exposing things apparently base and vile to due contempt. ---->>>

If men are wont to play with swearing anywhere, can we expect they should be serious and strict therein at the bar or in the church. ---->>>

That justice should be administered between men, it is necessary that testimonies of fact be alleged; and that witnesses should apprehend themselves greatly obliged to discover the truth, according to their conscience, in dark and doubtful cases. ---->>>

Even private persons in due season, with discretion and temper, may reprove others, whom they observe to commit sin, or follow bad courses, out of charitable design, and with hope to reclaim them. ---->>>

Whence it is somewhat strange that any men from so mean and silly a practice should expect commendation, or that any should afford regard thereto; the which it is so far from meriting, that indeed contempt and abhorrence are due to it. ---->>>

He who loveth a book will never want a faithful friend, a wholesome counsellor, a cheerful companion, or an effectual comforter. ---->>>

Because men believe not in Providence, therefore they do so greedily scrape and hoard. They do not believe in any reward for charity, therefore they will part with nothing. ---->>>

I pass by that it is very culpable to be facetious in obscene and smutty matters. ---->>>

Wherefore for the public interest and benefit of human society it is requisite that the highest obligations possible should be laid upon the consciences of men. ---->>>

No man speaketh, or should speak, of his prince, that which he hath not weighed whether it will consist with that veneration which should be preserved inviolate to him. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: English
Born: 06-21, 2015
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Die: 1677
Occupation: Mathematician
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Isaac Barrow (October 1630 – 4 May 1677) was an English Christian theologian and mathematician who is generally given credit for his early role in the development of infinitesimal calculus; in particular, for the discovery of the fundamental theorem of calculus. His work centered on the properties of the tangent; Barrow was the first to calculate the tangents of the kappa curve (wikipedia)