But whatever raises, in any country, the ordinary rate of profit higher than it otherwise would be, necessarily subjects that country both to an absolute, and to a relative disadvantage in every branch of trade of which she has not the monopoly.
Farther away from the towns were the villages of the "natives", nominally also subjects of the lord.
The stream of thought is henceforth subjected to a series of transformations which we no longer recognize as normal psychic processes and which give us a surprising result, viz.
While Paine maintained the right of mankind to improve their condition, Burke held that "the awful Author of our being is the author of our place in the order of existence; and that, having disposed and marshalled us by a divine tactick, not according to our will, but according to his, he has, in and by that disposition, virtually subjected us to act the part which belongs to the place assigned us."
They were a superior power instituted by nature, and the feelings, thoughts and actions of the individual remained unconditionally subject to them.
Will you truly subject her to a lifetime of being shunned by the majority of her true kind too?”
Cilicia and Cappadocia were now thoroughly subject to Greek influence, and contained numerous wealthy and highly civilized towns, besides possessing a considerable merchant marine.
Yet when these are successively subjected to closer examinations, tested for their ground and source, only a very small portion can be retained unaltered.
They were generally her allies in war, but very seldom her subjects in peace.
In the four succeeding chapters, the most apparent and gravest difficulties on the theory will be given: namely, first, the difficulties of transitions, or in understanding how a simple being or a simple organ can be changed and perfected into a highly developed being or elaborately constructed organ; secondly the subject of Instinct, or the mental powers of animals, thirdly, Hybridism, or the infertility of species and the fertility of varieties when intercrossed; and fourthly, the imperfection of the Geological Record.
The vigorous blooming forces of nature everywhere present belied the sense of evil and decay to which mortality is so readily subject.
But for some one without an inherited right to select a lion rampant or a stag couchant because he thinks it looks stylish, is as though, for the same reason, he changed his name from Muggins to Marmaduke, and quite properly subjects him to ridicule. (
TRANSCRIBIST’S NOTE: The GREEK WORD above used Greek letters,spelled: alpha(followed by an apostrophe)-iota(with accent)-rho-epsilon-sigma-iota-zetaThere is a remarkable and voluminous work, very little known,“Unpartheyische Kirchen-und Ketzer-Historie,” 1729, by GottfriedArnold, which deals with precisely this subject, and points outall the unlawfulness, the arbitrariness, the senselessness, andthe cruelty of using the word heretic in the sense of reprobate.
During this interval we had fairly unearthed an oblong chest of wood, which, from its perfect preservation and wonderful hardness, had plainly been subjected to some mineralizing process—perhaps that of the Bi-chloride of Mercury.
This method was based on the idea that there cannot be in the United States system a permanently subject people.
On page 13, pamphlet edition, speaking of “a hairy veil” over the eyes of a species of bison, the author says: “It immediately occurred to the acute mind of Dr. Herschel that this was a providential contrivance to protect the eyes of the animal from the great extremes of light and darkness to which all the inhabitants of our side of the moon are periodically subjected.”
Once or twice Margaret found herself mechanically counting the repetition of the monotonous sound, while she wondered if she might venture to put a question on a subject very near to her heart, and ask where Frederick was now; what he was doing; how long it was since they had heard from him.
She loveth to be held by discipline, and not to have authority over any, but always to live, to remain, to have her being under God, and for God's sake is ready to be humbly subject to every ordinance of man.
The processes occurring in the alimentary canal are greatly subject to influences radiating from the brain.
Both in the one way and in the other, it must evidently have subjected Great Britain to a relative disadvantage in all those other branches of trade.
Children, indeed, may innocently torture animals, not having enough sense of analogy to be stopped by the painful suggestions of their writhings; and, although in a rough way we soon correct these crying misinterpretations by a better classification of experience, we nevertheless remain essentially subject to the same error.
That all people are equally subject to habit, is not asserted.
"May it please your Honor," said Pate, "I expect to show that this man Rump is one of those unfortunate individuals who are continually subjected to psychological illusions.
Consequently, I have subjected the whole text to a thorough revision and made a number of additions which, I hope, will give due recognition to the present stage of scientific progress.
We should be spared none of thedifficulties we now have to contend with, and we should certainlybe subjected to the oppressive tyranny of castes.
I think that we should be men first, and subjects afterward.