It was a bad thing, was Abolitionism, in time of peace; but its badness was vastly increased when we had war upon our hands.
I am aware that this future is vehemently resisted by the bayonets of absolutism; but I know that though bayonets may give a defence, they afford no seat to a prince.
There was no question that most any American hacker arrested would "know" LoD. They knew the handles of contributors to LoD Tech Journal, and were likely to have learned their craft through LoD boards and LoD activism.
He, too, charged his enemies, or those whom he thought endowed with the desire and the ability to resist him, with Agrarianism; and such Agrarians as Thiers and Cavaignac were seized in their beds, and imprisoned,--to prevent their running away with the Great Book of France, one is at liberty to suppose.
Evil Results of Alcoholism Inherited.
And yet, the whole effort and viewpoint of the work will be found, I think, to be based upon a deep belief that one love is better than two, and that earnestness and honesty and altruism are more blessed and blissful, even with poverty and suffering, than any wealth of money, or of fame, or of amorous experience.
It is therefore a grave mistake to regard it as a parochial eccentricity, as a specific Americanism.
The real labour of creation will still lie before him; but he may face it with the hope of producing a live play, not a long-drawn rhetorical anachronism, whether of the rotund or of the spasmodic type.
She has already quarrelled with all her family,--accusing her father of bigamy, her uncle Benoni of polytheism, her brother Zeno C. of aneurism, and her sister Eudoxy Trithemia of the variation of the magnetic needle.
It is an easy, but by no means a profound method of treating these religions, to dismiss them all by the facile explanations of "animism," and "sun and moon worship."
~2~, 451 Abdul Mejid, decorates M., ~2~, 297 Abernethy, John, personality, ~1~, 98, 99 Abolitionism, M.'s antagonism, ~2~, 390, 415, 416, 418, 420, 430, 446 Accidents to M., runaway (1828), ~1~, 293-295 in 1844, ~2~, 232 fall (1846), 268 during laying of Atlantic cable (1857), 376, 377, 383 breaks leg (1869), 480 Acton, ----.
With his soft felt hat at the back of his head, his rather heavy, rather mottled face, his rationally thick boots and slouching tweed-clad form, a little round-shouldered and very obstinate looking, he strolls through all my speculations sucking his teeth audibly, and occasionally throwing out a shrewd aphorism, the intractable unavoidable ore of the new civilisation.
It has, as it appears to me, indirectly favoured Arianism and Socinianism.
A BARBARISM is a foreign or strange word, an expression contrary to the pure idiom of the language.
It is impossible that a collective madness such as that which has had possession of Russia for three years could be produced on the spur of the moment; the regime of autocracy contained in itself the germs of Bolshevism and violence.
Pygmy tribes and cannibalism in the Congo basin.
If you continue to stand with us, we'll put an end to the reign of capitalism.
If any of them when they come to me shall not have learned the catechism, I will take care that they do it, and will give them a reward when they have accomplished it.
Una is sometimes religion and sometimes the Protestant Church; while Duessa represents Mary Queen of Scots, or general Catholicism.
Following the line of least resistance, as throughout his long reign, he inclined now to federalism, now to centralism, and he was still experimenting when the war of 1866 broke out.
It is the inevitable consequence of the camarilla government and the Pan-Turkish chauvinism for which the Committee of Union and Progress has come to stand.
Men rebelled against the aristocracy, the narrow conventions of society, the authority of the church and of the government, against the supremacy of cold classicism in literature, against confining intellectual activity to tangible commonplace things, and against the repression of imagination and of the soul's aspirations.
No, when people think they are talking about German militarism, they are quite as likely to be talking about the way German faces are made or about German collectivism--the uncanny ability Germans have for taking orders, for team-work, for turning every individual energy into the common end.
Climate, changes Cliques Cloisonne Cobalt Coins (see Money) Colonialism (see Imperialism) Colonization (see Migration, Assimilation) Colour prints Communes Communism (see Marxism, Socialism, Soviets) Concubines Confessions Confucian ritual Confucianism Confucian literature false Confucian literature Confucians (see Neo-Confucianism) Conquests (see War, Colonialism) Conservatism Constitution Contending States Co-operatives Copper (see Bronze, Metal) Corruption Corvee (forced labour) (see Labour) Cotton Courtesans (see Brothel) Coxinga, rebel Craftsmen (see Artisans) Credits Criminals Crop rotation Dalai Lama, religious ruler of Tibet Dance Deflation Deities (see T'ien, Shang Ti, Maitreya, Amithabha, etc.)
How does he regard the commercialism of his age?
I do not wish them to divide their estates with the poor; I am no friend to communism in any form: I only wish institutions that shall give to women an education from childhood that will enable them, like young men, to earn their livelihood.
Nothing else could be expected, for in the north the gentry, which had been the class that maintained Confucianism since the Han period, had largely been destroyed; from political leadership especially it had been shut out during the periods of alien rule.
Aphrodite's dress was admirable for summer, but in winter seemed obstinate conservatism; and why should Pallas make herself a fright with her Gorgon helmet, now that it no longer frightened anybody?
I. p. 294: For the T'ung-chih period, see now Mary C. Wright, The Last Stand of Chinese Conservativism.
I am sure he did not represent the true Yale spirit, for he was full of criticism and bitterness toward the institution.
In a word, Margaret fell back upon the extreme cynicism and world-weariness of twenty-three, and assured herself that she despised everybody, whereas, as a matter of fact, she never in her life succeeded in disliking anything except mice and piano-practice, and, for a very little while, Billy Woods; and this for the very excellent reason that the gods had fashioned her solely to the end that she might love all mankind, and in return be loved by humanity in general and adored by that portion of it which inhabits trousers.
The weak point in our chryso-aristocracy is the same I have alluded to in connection with cheap dandyism.
This photo is the frontispiece of the collection of essays entitled "Darwinism and Modern Science," edited by A.C. Seward and published in 1909).
Thus the cry of "Property in danger" ended, in 1851, in the restoration of open despotism, which every sensible observer of French affairs expected after Louis Napoleon was made President, his Presidency being looked upon only as a pinch-beck imitation of the Consulate of 1799-1804.
There is no room here for remarks on free will and determinism; suffice it to say that Goethe does not preach any doctrine of mechanical determinism in human relations.
The properties of paramagnetism and diamagnetism are not possessed by solids only, but exist also in liquids and gases.
Though ignorant of the cause of his intense regard, Adelheid instantly forgot the bailiff, his dogmatism, and his want of erudition, in the wish to examine those who approached.
It was a custom in the days of Druidism to light large fires on the tops of hills on the evening of the first of May, in honour of Bel or the Sun, and hence that day is still called in Irish, La Bheltine, or the day of Bel's fire, from La, a day, Bel, the god Bel, and teine, fire.
The older woman with her knowing charm, the younger with her freshness, present a dualism more bewildering than any he has ever read about in his philosophy books, and part of the fun consists in seeing him fall in love with the younger in terms of pure reason, and finally, when the motherly young countess has quietly got him a professorship at Konigsberg, present to his delighted Elise his "categorical imperative."
With Fichte's synthetic method and Herder's naturalistic principles Schelling combines Kantian ideas, especially Kant's dynamism (matter is a force-product), and his view of the organic (organisms are self-productive beings, and are regarded by us as ends in themselves, because of the interaction between their members and the whole).
"The monstrous egoism of it all!"
History can add but little to this graphic sketch, although indignant and passionate enemies may dilate on the Corsican's hard-heartedness, his duplicity, his treachery, his falsehood, his arrogance, and his diabolic egotism.
Let me quote to you a passage from an essay urging the institution of schools of physical science for artisans, which says all I wish to say and more: "The discoveries of Voltaic electricity, electromagnetism, and magnetic electricity, by Volta, OErsted, and Faraday, led to the invention of electric telegraphy by Wheatstone and others, and to the great manufactures of telegraph cables and telegraph wire, and of the materials required for them.
She got her elitism from her mother, too.
It was an embolism; he had nothing to blame but the insufficiency of his preparations, his still rude method.
Unlike the French officer, who had just that touch of emotionalism and self-consciousness which delights in the hero-worship in the streets, the cheers of great crowds, the fluttering of women's handkerchiefs, and the showering of flowers from high balconies, these English boys had packed up their traps and gone away from homes just as they had got back to school after the holidays, a little glum, and serious, at the thought of work. "
that so exemplary a member of the community should have perished through piscine empiricism!
This Point publication had enjoyed a strong vogue during the late 60s and early 70s, when it offered hundreds of practical (and not so practical) tips on communitarian living, environmentalism, and getting back-to-the-land.
The revival meetin' is an orgie of the soul, a spiritual debauch--a dropping from sane and sensible control into eroticism.