Saturday, August 08, 2009


The Great Excellence of Learning

Samuel Johnson, The Idler, No. 94 (Saturday, February 2, 1760):
It is the great excellence of learning, that it borrows very little from time or place; it is not confined to season or to climate, to cities or to the country, but may be cultivated and enjoyed where no other pleasure can be obtained.

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