• In matters of conscience that is the best sense which every wise man takes in before he hath sullied his understanding with the designs of sophisters and interested persons.

    Jeremy Taylor (1660). “Ductor Dubitantium, Or, The Rule of Conscience in All Her Generall Measures: Serving as a Great Instrument for the Determination of Cases of Conscience : In Four Books”, p.34
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