It is not every one who can be lavish without going a little beyond the finely-drawn boundary which divides luxury from extravagance; for useless profusion is by nature as contrary to what is aesthetic as fat in the wrong place, and is quite as sure to be seen.
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The author of the History and Beauties of Clifton Hot Wells, in describing this scenery, says, "One of the sublimest and most beautiful scenes in nature is exhibited by those bold and rugged eminences behind the crescent, known by the name of St. Vincent's Rocks, which appear to have been rent asunder by some violent convulsion of nature."
And if you are going to be so spiritual that you see no beauty in the flowers and hear no music in the song of the birds; if the life which you pass into when you consent to the crucifixion of self does not open to you the very gates of God, and make the singing of the birds and the blossoming of the flowers infinitely more beautiful, you have never seen Jesus yet.
I was feeling a stranger in a strange land as I came up that path."
On the 10th, a great battle will be fought, which will begin at four of the clock in the afternoon, and last until nine at night, with great obstinacy, but no very decisive event.
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Hamilton's doctrine of J.S. Mill's doctrine of Spencer's doctrine of T.H. Green's doctrine of Feuerbach's doctrine of Lotze's doctrine of Hartmann's doctrine of the neo-Kantians on the German positivists on influence of recent science on the theory of Liebmann's doctrine of See also Agnosticism, Critique of Reason, Empiricism, Faith, Faith and Reason, Nominalism, Positivism, Rationalism and Empiricism, Relativity, Sensationalism, Skepticism Knutzen, M. Koch, A. Koeber, R. von Koegel, F. Koenig, E. Koppelmann Koestlin, Karl Krause, A. Krause, E. Krause, F. Krauth, C.P. Krohn, A. Kroman, K. Krug, W.T. Kuhn Kuntze, J.E. Kvacsala Kym, A.L. Laas, E. Laban, F. Labriola, La Bruyere Ladd, G.T. Laffitte, P. Lagrange Lambert, J.H. Lamennais, F. de La Mettrie, J.O. de La Mothe la Vayer Land, J.P.N. Lange, F.A. Lange, J.J. La Rochefoucauld Lasson, A. Lasswitz, K. Last, E. Lavater Law (or Right) early philosophy of Montesquieu on Pufendorf on C. Thomasius on Kant's theory of legal right Fichte's theory of right Schelling's view of F. Krause's philosophy of right Hegel's philosophy of right Lazarus, M. Lechler Leclair, A. von Leibnitz, Friedrich (the father) Leibnitz, G.W. position in modern thought and occasionalism system of and the Illumination (Wolff, Lessing) and Kant See also Descartes, Locke, Spinoza Leonhardi, H.K. von Leopold Lessing, G.E. system of Lewes, G.H. Liard, L. Liberatore, M. Lichtenberg Liebig Liebmann, O. Linde, A. van der Lindemann Lipps, T. Lipsius, Justus Lipsius, R.A. Littre, E. Locke, J. position in modern philosophy system of and Berkeley and Hume and the French Illumination (and Rousseau) and Leibnitz and Kant See also Bacon, Berkeley, Descartes, Empiricism, Kant Lohmeyer Lombroso, C. Lossius Lott, F.C. Lotze, R.H. system of Loewe, J.H. Lubbock, J. Luelmann, C. Luther Lutterbeck Lyng, G.V. Macaulay, T.B. Machiavelli, N. Mackie Mackintosh, J. Mahaffy, J.P. Maimon, S. Maimonides Mainlaender, P. Mainzer, J. Maistre, J, de Malebranche, Nicolas system of Mamiani, T. Mandeville, Bernard de Mansel, H.L. Marcus Marheineke Mariana, Juan Mariano Marion, H. Marsh, James Marsilius of Padua Martin, B. Martineau, Harriet Martineau, James Martini, Jacob Masson, David Materialism in Hobbes Spinoza's tendency toward in the early associationalists in France in XVIII.
Religion is the force that relates action to life.
On the evening of the day when she was buried, a rich man went, not to Pilate, but to the cure of the place.
In respect to political privileges, their condition was much like that of naturalized foreigners in the United States; whatever their wealth or intelligence, or moral principle, or love for our institutions, they can neither go to the ballot-box, nor own the soil, nor be eligible to office.
The nature of a privilege (said he) is exclusiveness, that of a principle is communicative.
To take things as they be-- Thet's my philosophy.
If any one proposes by a series of fast and oft-repeated gallops to produce a sense of weariness in the horse, and so to tame him, his expectation will not be justified by the result; for under such circumstances a spirited horse will do his best to carry the day by main force, (5) and with a show of temper, like a passionate man, may contrive to bring on himself and his rider irreparable mischief.
Properly speaking, there were no "first living things."
The time of our visit was in the dry season, which lasts from October till April, and alternates with the wet one, from May till September.
As we saw, that view implies that, as the heavier elements penetrated centreward in the condensing nebula, the gases were left as a surrounding shell of atmosphere.
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