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|Being a Cyclopedia of Laconic Quotations from the Best Authors of the World, |
Both Ancient and Modern Tryon Edwards ... Bacon. Being reproached for giving
to an unworthy person, Aristotle said, " I did not give it to the man, but to humanity.
|The Goddamn human race deserves itself, and as far as I'm concerned it can |
have it. - Janeway, Elizabeth Being reproached for giving to an unworthy person,
Aristotle said, I did not give it to the man, but to humanity. - Johnson I hate
Christian Frederick Kleinknecht - 1955 - Snippet view - More editions
|Being reproached for giving to an unworthy person, Aristotle said, "I did not give |
to the man, but to humanity." — Sunshine Magazine. A man is poor not because
he has nothing, but because he does nothing. The way to have nothing to give, ...
|in order, as he said, that the Athenians need not sin a second time against |
philosophy. ... Within little more than a twelvemonth the world had lost its three
greatest men ; and after three centuries of ... The manner in which he did this is
characteristic of his singular gentleness and unwillingness to give offence. ... A
document purporting to be Aristotle's will ... and on being reproached with
wasting his bounty on an unworthy object, he observed, " it was not the person,
but the human being ...
|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.|
|Thus Antiquity advanced many toDivine Honours, who had rendered Human Life |
more Commodious , by being the Authors of useful Discoveries, or ofwise and ... I
did not relieve the Manners, but the Man; or as some report it, it ivslpo'no, aim?
|The question to a child must be, are you, not will you be good ? ... fear ot giving |
pain, the repression of all angry and resentful feeling, the respect and
consideration due to a fellow-man, ... dew of heaven ;" a sympathy embracing not
merely the whole human family, but every creature capable of feeling. ... How
unnecessarily cruelty is perpetrated every day, says Miss Hremer, because
people never think of what they do! and how uncalled for, how unworthy is cruelly
towards animals !
|Brougham ; but I cannot blame it. Glory to tbose people who thus take every |
opportunity of honouring their great men. ... they have not dared to say all
ministers,) have alone a right to statues, and I do not know whether either Homer
or Aristotle, ... I could, for instance, quote to you, from our own annals, a modem
battle, a battle gained, of which the official dispatch gives an ... To escape the
fatal reproach of incompetcncy, 1 will appeal to military men themselves for the
support of the ...
|Brougham ; but I cannot blame it. Glory to those people who thus take every |
opportunity of honouring their great men. ... If we were to believe taem, warriors,
judges, and ministers, (I must confess they have not dared to say all ministers, )
have alone .... the official dispatch gives an account as of an event foreseen,
prepared for with deliberation and consummate skill, and which, ... To escape the
fatal reproach of incompetency, I will appeal to military men themselves for the
support of the ...
|The fine editions of the Aristotelian Commentary Series make available long out-of-print commentaries of St. Thomas on Aristotle.|