Though talk may be hushed, yet the glasses ring clear: Remember then, Ergo bibamus!
For a praiseworthy object we're now gathered here, So, brethren, sing Ergo bibamus!
With wallet light-laden from hence I must wend, So double our Ergo bibamus!
I am called by my fate far away from each friend; Ye loved ones, then, Ergo bibamus!
Lactantius was one of those: Religioni ergo serviendum est, quam qui non suspicit, ipse se prosternit in terram, et vitam pecudum secutus humanitate se abdicat.
All that had been written since the Bible could be resumed in three words; fired in a fantastic crucible, the totality of books would give this for a chemical residuum: cogito, ergo sum.
His principle, “Cogito, ergo sum,” is the expression of this conviction.
For it is not cum hoc solo, ergo propter hoc, which would in many cases supply a presumptive proof by induction, but cum hoc, et plurimis aliis, ergo propter hoc!
Primo ergo nobis certum sit haec animantia non in virtute tantum aut in semine, sed actu, et in seipsis, facta fuisse his diebus in quibus facta narrantur.
And Gildas saith to the ungodly pastors of Britain, Apparet ergo eum qui vos sacerdotes sciens ex corde dicit, non esse eximium christianum.
The gracious flush of her skin and those limbs whose whiteness matched the hoar-frost are alike turned to hell-tinctured Page 352 ergo hanc ut dubio vix tandem agnoscere visu evaluit: “cuius tot poenae criminis?
Had Descartes done no more than point out this fact he would have no claim to notice here; and we are surprised to find many writers looking upon this "Cogito, ergo sum" as constituting the great idea in his system.
But I praie you ergo old man, ergo I beseech you, talke you of yong Maister Launcelet Gob.