The reading is doubtful, but the meaning seems to be: "simple and unlearned men" XII "Claudius Maximus" (15).
He looked very dubious; but I made a grab at his arm, and he understood at once I meant him to steer whether or no.
“This consideration, together with the terrible engines ofdestruction invented by modern science, retards the moment ofdeclaring war, and maintains the present temporary situation,which might continue for an indefinite period, except for thefearful cost of maintaining armaments which are exhausting theEuropean states and threatening to reduce nations to a state ofmisery hardly less than that of war itself.
And in fact he has had only one perception, the reliability of which is often questionable.
The cloud was within fifty yards of where we lay, and we glared at it, all three, uncertain what horror was about to break from the heart of it.
I sat there, her limbs entwined with mine, unsure of what to do.
The sound and the sight deeply affected me.
Now singe, Sir, for sainte charity,Let see, can ye your father counterfeit?”
In our very democratic, or rather, very plebeian age, "education" and "culture" MUST be essentially the art of deceiving--deceiving with regard to origin, with regard to the inherited plebeianism in body and soul.
They tell you of the protracted efforts to get behind the deceptive seeming into the reality that remains unseen, of the continuous toil and persistence and resourcefulness called forth to overcome human limitations.
As to changing his counsel, a man may do so without reproach, if the cause cease, or when a new case betides, or if he find that by error or otherwise harm or damage may result, or if his counsel be dishonest or come of dishonest cause, or if it be impossible or may not properly be kept; and he must take it for a general rule, that every counsel which is affirmed so strongly, that it may not be changed for any condition that may betide, that counsel is wicked.
This is a matter of the first importance for us to ascertain, that we may do nothing which we may have reason to repent of, by discovering ourselves in a country where we have lived so long unknown, and where we have so much reason to continue: but to warn him who shall take upon himself this commission, and to prevent our being deceived by his giving us a false report, which may be the cause of our ruin; I ask you all, if you do not think that in case of treachery, or even error of judgment, he should suffer death?"
It is stated by the hostile Zosimus that, like Sargon I, he was of illegitimate birth; his father was a distinguished general and his mother, Helena, an inkeeper's daughter of Nish in Serbia.
They are not insincere when they say that they believe these things.
One is the strict difference between what is causally related and its accidental concomitants,—a difference with regard to which experience is so often misleading, for two phenomena may occur together at the same time without being causally connected.
I told him that you despised the sham and the shallowness of Society.”
Society was now forced to tackle the intangible nature of cyberspace-as-property, cyberspace as privately-owned unreal-estate.