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|In such a case, the dynamics not only propagates the errors, but also entangles |
them, giving rise to non–local noise. ... 4.2.1 COMMIT A SIN TWICE AND IT WILL
NOT SEEM A CRIME Quantum information scientists dismiss skepticism about ...
|Commit a sin twice and it will not seem a crime. Jewish proverb After the first |
blush of sin comes its indifference. Henry David Thoreau, “On the Duty of Civil
Disobedience” (1849) Habit starts at the second crime. At the first one, something
|Proverb, Scottish Sins become more subtle as you grow older: you commit sins of |
despair rather than lust. - Read, Piers Paul Sin is geographical. - Russell,
Bertrand Commit a sin twice and it will not seem a crime. - Saying, Jewish It
makes a ...
|William Hazlitt (1778-1830) English essayist There may be other reasons for a |
man's not speaking in publick than want ... Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Anglo-Irish
author Commit a sin twice and it will not seem a crime. rabbinical saying To sin is
|Poverty is the mother of crime. 2. Don't do the crime if you can't do the time. 3.A |
crow that washes itself often will never be white. 4. Commit a sin twice, and it
seems less like a crime. 5 .The mills of God grind slowly. 6. One murder makes a
|It seems more like casnistry than like truth; and it does not seem to be wholesome |
in morals, since it appears to ... Under civil laws men may, and do, commit crimes
which have no affinity for other crimes— which even make them ... If a man sins in
either way he cannot sin in the other way. .... If a man should do this once, twice,
thrice, there would be one ground on which there ould be an accumulated ...
|It is not easy to persuade them that they offend ; and if they seem ... should quit |
the crimes which they meet without fail twice a week to contemplate of,
committing them over again in imagination, lest ... Rather than not be wicked,
they will run lawful things up to a criminal excess, and make themselves
offenders when they need not. This u such a kind of pleasure in crime, such a
fondness of doing evil, that I am persuaded the devil does not come up to ; the
devil does not commit sin as a ...
|... j__.ce, should quit the crimes which they meet without fail twice n week to |
contemplate of, committing them over again ... Rather than not be wicked, they
will run lawful things up to a criminal excess, and make themselves olferidcrs
when they need not. ... crime, such n fondness of doing evil, that I am persuaded
the devil docs not come up to; the devil does not commit sin ... The fact is not so
bloody and cruel indeed, but the principle is the same; he that can look back
upon a hundred ...
|Bat if you hid committed the offence not once, but twice — three, four, and five |
times — in fact; if you were an habitual sinner, ... fallen into sin through the
common weakness of humanity, and that he will be likely to avoid sin for the
future ? and have I not- ... It is true we sometimes do so, but not for the sake of
ostentation, or of giving publicity to the act to the whole world, as ho would seem
to insinuate ; but ...
|But this zero does not strike us as quite right, insofar as two deaths have been |
countered by only one. The difficulty is having added the same factor twice, i.e., (
death as atonement) = (killing a guilty person). Judas killed two ... Whether Judas
had committed suicide or not, his ethical total would still be the same, i.e., 1, for
killing one innocent person. ... If we regard suicide as murder with instant
atonement, spontaneous justice, then it does not work as atonement for previous