I shall not make the attempt, my dear man; but to avoid any misunderstanding occurring between us in future, let me ask, in what sense do you speak of a ruler or stronger whose interest, as you were saying, he being the superior, it is just that the inferior should execute-- is he a ruler in the popular or in the strict sense of the term?
And the pilot likewise, in the strict sense of the term, is a ruler of sailors and not a mere sailor?
In the present book, it should perhaps be added, the word Literature is generally interpreted in the strict sense
, as including only writing of permanent significance and beauty.
In the strict sense
of the word I am not a Wizard, but only a humbug.
It is the form which gives "knowledge" in the strict sense
, and also error.
has discerned over the centuries that among liturgical celebrations there are seven that are, in the strict sense
of the term, Sacraments instituted by the Lord" (#1117).