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|The challenge for Dickens is to reconcile Carton's earlier life of dissipation with |
this 'ardent and sincere' quest for self-sacrifice: conceived, according to Dickens's
correspondence, as 'dignified' and meaningful,76 the representation of Carton's ...
|He seems rather to have been one of those cool men, who take prudent means to |
recover themselves from the dissipation of one night, in order that they may be fit
for the dissipation of the next. So it was his habit to walk in this wood early in ...
|The “instinctivist thesis” that war is a product of man's instincts is a form of |
determinism that claims war to be an inevitable product of our nature. ... What
instinctivists disagree on is whether this tendency can be dissipated by other
enterprises; but in admitting this possibility, they weaken the logical strictness of
... Self-Sacrifice What can be termed “monistic instinctivism” attests that one
instinct leads to war.
|Every form of actual self-sacrifice must weaken the self-maintaining integrity, the |
ethical might, and hence must be a form of insanity. Actual self-sacrifice is
suicidal in character. Over-play, over-work, over-greed, over-ambition, dissipation
of all ...
|It is self-sacrifice when I pursue an end by which my individuality suffers loss. In |
the attainment of this object my self is distracted, or is diminished, or even
dissipated. I may ... well-being, then that is self-sacrifice, whether I am living "for
others" or not.1 But self-sacrifice is also, and on the other hand, a form of self-
|And you can hardly make the difference between selfsacrifice and selfassertion |
consist in this,that the ideapursued, ... Intheattainment of this object my self is
distracted, oris diminished,oreven dissipated. ... thenthatis selfsacrifice, whether I
amliving “forothers” or not.1But selfsacrifice isalso, andon the otherhand,a form of
|... self-sacrifice of the tokkôtai, at times Japanese have associated an aesthetic |
quality with certain forms of self-killing as ... the aesthetic sense of the moment is
closely intertwined with the destructive force of the explosion and the dissipation
|"Without being a strictly religious man, I always thought Rufus possessed of a |
deep, abiding principle; a high sense of honor, that would keep him, with
whatever surroundings, from a life of dissipation." "I hardly know as it would be
called that ...
|... energy is all there, but it is distributed - or, perhaps better, dissipated - |
differently according to the demands of the camera lens. ... failure whose insistent
encounter with and demand for a faith in the literal becomes a ritual of self-
sacrifice to the materiality of the original word. ... Because of the embodied
agency of these ritualistic repetitions, these forms of adaptation (especially for
Truffaut's work as ...
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|Hence, he tends to equate the sin ofhiding with the sin of pride, and hiding |
becomes one form ofthe sin of pride. ... And, this state of nothingness carries the
connotation of dissipation rather than the notion of the fear of becoming someone
. ... true fulfillment—is in the law of self-transcendence, the transcendence of self
that becomes the giving of self and ultimately the total giving of the self in self-
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