I am a man noght textueel.

– Geoffrey Chaucer

The Canterbury Tales, The Manciple’s Tale. The Manciple claims to speak in the voice of the uneducated, telling the pilgrims that he is not a learned man. Yet just before saying this he was able to quote Aristotle’s advice to his student Alexander the Great about there being no difference between the usurping tyrant and an outlaw or thief.