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|Albert Camus, in The Fall (1 956), expressed much ihe same when he wrote: "|
Afler a certain age every man is responsible for his face." 27 After a certain
number of years our faces become our biographies. We get to be responsible for
|Violence and Collective Responsibility Sandra L Bloom, Michael Reichert ... |
Unlike Vulcans, we humans cannot eliminate our emotions—at least not without
paying an inordinately high price. Emotional experience is part of our mammalian
heritage, hard-wired into every aspect of our physical and psychological being,
and apparently necessary for our health, ... Noticing that something is not right, or
just does not fit, can be the first inkling we get that there is some sort of danger.
|After dealing with this passage quoted from Gladstone, Macaulay says: "We will |
quote another passage of the same sort: ... First, because it is composed of
individual men; and they, being appointed to act in a definite moral capacity, must
... And whenever we turn our face away from God in our conduct, we are living
atheistically. ... "Here again we find propositions of vast sweep, and of sound so
orthodox and solemn that many good people, we doubt not, have been greatly
edified by it.
|work and my responsibility for it. However, when I was merely thinking about |
doing a biography, I was more apt to reflect on its meaning because it was then ...
As the work unfolds, it beckons to me for completion, organizing itself around me
as part of the meaning of my life and world. ... Values, Sartre insists, do not have
an independent being. ... As long as we do not face the possibility of reevaluating
our primitive goal — our original intention of what we want for ourselves — we ...
|The Biography of the Archbishop of Canterbury Rupert Shortt. a dilemma for |
many of us. ... And we have to say to some of you that we long for you to speak up
for your gay and lesbian neighbours in situations ... 'A lot of the time, we feel we'
re being made scapegoats. ... 'We want to be generous, and we are hurt that
some throw back in our faces both the experiences and the resources we long to
|To uphold courage as a virtue for ministry that protects personal integrity is to |
encourage everyone to have the courage to be their ... Living with the courage of
our convictions does not mean that we have to have a fully articulate position on
every ... Just as we do not become courageous by making one bold move, so we
do not lose courage in one instance. ... However, having the courage to face
everyday tests of our integrity helps us to determine how we will respond when
we come ...
|But for all the dramatic episodes we've seen since 1999, the most remarkable |
evolution since the last edition was ... The Internet has become a given in
American culture. ... Five years later, most successful businesses feature both
online and offline components, while sites like Friendster ... The authors strove to
be as accurate and comprehensive as possible, knowing full well that we were
bound to fall on our faces somewhere ... Naturally, we assume full responsibility
for any errors .
|In being with my wife Carolyn for over 24 years I can say that marriage is not |
something that is an institution but instead a commitment of love. ... It is irrelevant
to me as to why two of the same sex wish to marry, as first I believe that each of
us have to understand what marriage ... I believe that in the Bible, Christ said in
so many words, 'let the first without Sin cast the first stone'. This is a question we
should ask ourselves every morning in the bathroom mirror when washing our
|We only become pray-ers by praying—putting our heart attitudes into action. It |
takes ... That study is not in the pages of this book or any other book, even the
Bible, but only in the examination of God's face through prayer. For two years
now I've been reading biographies of these men and women who made praying
without ceasing their life's passion. I know a lot ... as we spend time with him after
we arise in the morning and stay in conversation with him throughout our day.
When it ...
|We review the origin and application of the two-route model of face recognition in |
examining both the ... we conclude that face recognition is subserved by a single
pathway, the ventral visual pathway, as there is no evidence ... Our model
involves two pathways subsequent to the system responsible for face recognition:
one pathway to a system containing semantic and biographical information about
the seen face, and a second pathway to a system responsible for the generation
of an ...