And this goes deeper than the private life—it impugns the sanctity of our intentions.
It is curious, how he produces evidence, supporting the very assertions whose accuracy he impugns.
Aristotle notices this opinion as held by some persons (not naming Plato), but impugns it as erroneous.
Plato, when he impugns the doctrine of Protagoras, states that doctrine without the qualification properly belonging to it.
He impugns it here by the same argument which we also read in the Theætêtus.
Calvin (who had met Quintin in Paris) describes the doctrines he impugns as pantheistic and antinomian.
Plato has not made good his refutation — the thesis which he impugns is true.
Aristotle impugns, as alike untenable, both the two properties here alleged number and self-motion.
Gents, since you impugns my integrity, my only word is, Make your next move.