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|You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. you only need a |
heart full of grace. a soul generated by love. - King Jr. Martin Luther A position of
eminence makes a great person greater and a small person less. - La Bruyere ...
|Over 400 Quotes from Some of the Most Famous French Men and Women Ever |
to Live Hagopian Institute. A mediocre mind thinks ... Jean de la Bruyere A
position of eminence makes a great person greater and a small person less.
Jean de la ...
|James Martineau i i A man is accountable to no person for hs doings. James Ots i |
Nobility, without virtue, ... Jean de la Bruyere A position of eminence makes a
great person greater and a small person less. Jean de la Bruyere A vain man
|A milestone of political science, these essays are essential reading for students of history, philosophy, and other social sciences. G. D. H. Cole translation.|
|La Bruyere, Jean De Liberality consists less in giving a great deal than in gifts |
well-timed. - La Bruyere, Jean De A ... La Bruyere, Jean De A position of
eminence makes a great person greater and a small person less. - La Bruyere,
Jean De ...
|Now, since experience proves that no education can ever make such persons |
proficient in certain mental attainments ... weight of the brain, which gives greater
or less (as the brain is larger or smaller) capacity in individuals, for education.
Circumstances again explain many cases wherein small brain persons have
attained mental eminence over large brain persons. ... So the inventions of a
Howe may become lost to the world (as happened nearly to the inventions of this
great man) ...
|Aristotle's Politics is a treatise on the subject of political science and government and is considered to be one of the greatest works on the subject from classical antiquity.|
|An infant at the breast is yet an imperfect man, but there is no reason for belief |
that he is unhap y by his immaturity, unless ... %Vhen this author presumes to
speak of the universe Iwould advise him a little to distrust his own faculties,
however ... its meaning ows less certain, like the petty distinctions o locality,
which are of good use upon our own globe, but have no ... position arising from
his established notion of t e scale of bemg-—a notion to which Pope has given
some importance by ...
|Such was, the famous victory of Dunbar, than which Cromwell never gained any |
more entire, or that did him greater credit as a ... for his person and their own
interests, which they expressed by sending down Dr. Wright and Dr. Bates, two
eminent ... small actions and sieges was constantly successful ; but the King
continued near Stirling with his army, now in a good ... this tedious manner of
making war, Cromwell attacked and reduced Perth, which threw the King into
great perplexity, ...
|Upon this subject it is the less necessary to enlarge, because every person who |
now writes upon Westminster Abbey feels compelled to make similar remarks. ...
And the causes, no doubt, are to be found partly in the ... that belong to no other
English structure ; the one of universal character, — the burial in it of so many of
our great men ; the other limited to the ... if their respective positions had been
decided by lot, they could hardly have presented a greater chaos : — here the