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|William H. Rueckert. It seemed to me likely that most readers of this volume |
would be familiar with Mr. Hyman's readily available book (in the Vintage edition)
and I have therefore made what is essentially a symbolic selection from it. I have
|If there be an allusion to this, every conquering faint is set up as a pillar in the |
temple of God, and upon this pillar is ... by whose favour he has obtained his
conquest and all his felicity j the name of the city of God, to which he belongs ;
and the ...
|Originally published: London: George Allen & Unwin, 1930. With a new pref.|
|But the greatness of the Chancellor belongs to a later time than that with which |
we are now dealing. The days when the chancellorship could add fresh dignity to
a Bishop, or even to a Primate of all England, were yet to come. 1 See Stubbs ...
Christiane Timmerman, Barbara Segaert - 2007 - 240 pages
|It is this very dignity of man and mankind that can be found as well in the oldest |
sources of Judaism, where Adam, Hd-adam, 'clay which thinks', emerges as the
universal man, saint and sinner, whom we should always imagine, when ...
|Mr. Pitt, asked, whether it was possible for gentlemeuseriously to suppose that |
they could not invest the Regent with royal dignity, but by depriving the King of
every sort of dignity whatever? The grounds of objection to the clause were now ...
2011 - 230 pages
|As our Sages have said, “It is the way of a man to conquer, and it is not the way of |
a woman to conquer.”14 A woman's main influence is in the home – her focus is
her family. From there, her influence projects out into the world and thus gives ...
Arvind Sharma - 2010 - 371 pages
|Human. Dignity. and. Victorious. Conquest. Battles end in either victory or defeat|
—no matter how they are fought. Sometimes the defeated king dies—but what if
he survives? And what of his kingdom? Hindu political theory provides a broad ...
|8 In 1940 Owen Lattimore wrote that “the Manchu conquest of China in the |
seventeenth century was the last rush of the tide [he spoke in watery metaphors
of a 'reservoir' of 'border nomads' sophisticated in the ways of both steppe and