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|Mary had felt this greater independence as a sense of almost bouncy physical |
well-being as she moved, differently now, ... And she had seen Willy being
positively puzzled by it. ... I think being good is just a matter of temperament in the
|14 Being good is just a matter of temperament in the end. IRIS MURDOCH (b. |
1919). British novelist, philosopher. Kate Cray, in The Nice and the Good, cb. 14(
1968). 15 What is good? — All that heightens the feeling of power, the will to
|When I am, as it were, completely myself, entirely alone, and of good cheer—say |
traveling in a carriage, or walking after a good meal, or during the night when I
cannot sleep—it is on ... “Being good is just a matter of temperament in the end.
|END. of degree, not absolutes. One friend and I, after a long back-and- forth, |
decided that we were six inches apart, I coming out against the war and he in
favor of it— perhaps a matter of temperament, in the end. ... Sanctions, in
hindsight, wouldn't have worked, Ekeus thought, and so the war had been a just
war after all. Another ... was rising steeply in the eyes of many: It was beginning to
seem that a careful Yes could do good, while a reflexive No was being
discredited by events.
|If it's a lingerie shower, appeal to her naughty side— and she definitely has one, |
no matter what her age—with a nearly ... Bumps. Being. good. is. just. a. matter. of
. temperament. in. the. end. IRISH AUTHOR IRIS MURDOCH (JULY 15) All ...
|behavior: I Inborn temperament is inborn. When he behaves true to his |
personality, he's not being “bad”—he's just being himself. ... Extremely
challenging children, with the right support and encouragement, often end up
becoming extremely motivated, ... It will also help boost his self-esteem (it feels
good to know you're loved just the way you are)—and make home life happier for
everyone. I It may be just a phase. Sometimes challenging behavior is less a
matter of temperament than ...
|Being idle did not suit him, and he exchanged heated words with FBI agents; the |
incident added yet another page to his already bulging file. ... Biddle reasoned
Ernest Fox was potentially dangerous, taught sabotage, and had a violent
temperament. At the end of July, Biddle ordered Ernie sent to Ft. McDowell on
Angel Island—an island on the way to Alcatraz— before ... Ernie and the other
German internees ultimately faced deportation to Nazi Germany—it was just a
matter of when.
|Thanks to How Equal Temperament Ruined Harmony, "we may soon be able to hear for ourselves what Beethoven really meant when he called B minor 'black'" (Wall Street Journal).In this "comprehensive plea for more variety in tuning methods" ...|
|Temperament is not just a learning style, it is our gut reaction, our |
responsiveness to the world at a cellular level. I was once sitting in a circle with a
group of kindergarten children toward the end of the school year, and I asked
them ... Understanding the inborn, individual differences that we describe in
talking about temperament is very much a matter of ... We are careful not to
describe temperament traits in a blaming way or in a negative wayithey are not
good or bad, they simply are.
|I have always felt that it was rather a matter of temperament than of principle; that |
some transition period was of course ... But then in all the wearisome shilly-shally
of parliamentary politics I should be absolutely useless: and the immediate end to
be gained, the pushing things just a trifle ... Also I know that there are a good
many other idealists (if I may use that word of myself) who are in the same