Love of subtilizing and of display, and barbarity of terminology, caused its decline after the thirteenth century.
Nay; in genuine biographies I had read of the subtilizing or exalting influence of some diseases on the mental powers.
By subtilizing, the modern theologian becomes as little intelligible to himself as to others.
But Mr. Arabin went on subtilizing, regarding neither the archdeacon's raillery nor Eleanor's defence.
By subtilizing every thing, the modern theologian becomes as unintelligible to himself as to others.
In them there is no subtilizing of human affections, of human fears, or of human faith.