Were they to be exploited solely for K.‘s benefit?
Some are differentiating in one direction, and some in another, some are perfecting themselves as herbivorous quadrupeds, some leap and climb among the trees, some turn back to the water to swim, but all types are unconsciously exploiting and developing the brain which is the instrument of this new power of acquisition and educability.
And so we see this man, without the least troubleof mind or doubt that people will believe in his sincerity,organizing an agricultural exhibition, or a temperance society, orsending some soup and stockings by his wife or children to threeold women, and boldly in his family, in drawing rooms, incommittees, and in the press, advocating the Gospel orhumanitarian doctrine of love for one’s neighbor in general andthe agricultural laboring population in particular whom he iscontinually exploiting and oppressing.
Some years later, ESR (disappointed by Hastings and Tarr's failure to exploit a great premise more thoroughly) posted a 3-times-longer complete rewrite called "UNIX WARS"; the two are often confused.
Experience showed them that those weaknesses, once discovered, would be pitilessly exploited by tens of thousands of people—not only by professional grifters and by underground hackers and phone phreaks, but by many otherwise more-or-less honest everyday folks, who regarded stealing service from the faceless, soulless “Phone Company” as a kind of harmless indoor sport.
Denyer received a word from the man who introduced them that Mr. Rolfe had money and might be exploited profitably to both.
This was partly due to the fact that the officials were exploiting the peasant population more ruthlessly than ever.
But the Indian scientist did not exploit his inventions commercially.
This might, <p 422>indeed, serve the interests of the case, but it is easy to identify a pliable attitude with an honorable inclination, and the former must certainly not be exploited, even with the best intention.