Facts about Roger Ascham

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Roger Ascham was a famous Writer from England, who lived between and 1568 AC.

Our collection contains 12 quotes who is written / told by Roger.

Famous quotes by Roger Ascham (12)


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"Learning teacheth more in one year than experience in twenty"
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"It is costly wisdom that is bought by experience"
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"In mine opinion, love is fitter than fear, gentleness better than beating, to bring up a child rightly in learning"
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"By experience we find out a short way by a long wandering"
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"There is no such whetstone, to sharpen a good wit and encourage a will to learning, as is praise"
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"To speak as the common people do, to think as wise men do is style"
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"The least learned, for the most part, have been always most ready to write"
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"He that will write well in any tongue, must follow this counsel of Aristotle, to speak as the common people do, to think as wise men do: and so should every man understand him, and the judgment of wise men allow him"
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"Mark all mathematical heads which be wholly and only bent on these sciences, how solitary they be themselves, how unfit to live with others, how unapt to serve the world"
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"Let the master praise him, and say, "Here ye do well." For, I assure you, there is no such whetstone to sharpen a good wit, and encourage a will to learning, as is praise"
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"Young children were sooner allured by love, than driven by beating, to attain good learning"
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"In our fathers' time nothing was read but books of feigned chivalry, wherein a man by reading should be led to none other end, but only to manslaughter and bawdry"


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