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|Amiel, Henri Frederic A bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, it sings |
because it has a song. - Angelou, Maya Effective action is always unjust. -
Anouilh, Jean Are you in earnest? Seize this very minute! Boldness has genius,
power, and ...
|"Lend your money and lose your friend." 'A rose too often smelled loses its |
fragrance." "There's none so blind as they that don't see." "Effective action is
always unjust." "When angry count four. When very angry, swear." 'Heaven for
|We promise according to our hopes and perform according to our fear. It is the |
neglect of timely repair that makes rebuilding necessary. . Effective action is
always unjust. Remedial solution is a must. For all your days prepare, and meet
|The Forbes Scrap- book of Thoughts on the Business of Life is presented to |
senders of texts used. In the arena of human life the honors and rewards fall to
those who show their good qualities in action. -Aristotle Effective action is always
|But effective action is always unjust. I shall not do so. The only thing one may not |
trifle with in France, Blacas, is the woolen stocking. If you ask them for the last of
their sons for the battle front, the French are always ready to cry, "Let him die!
|This or that course of action, it is said, "is necessary to compel the submission of |
the enemy with the least possible expenditure of time, life, and money."9 That is
... But there will always be a range of tactical and strategic options that
conceivably could improve the odds. ... He is nothing more than a man whose
weight of years, whose health, whose profession . . . prevents him from bearing
arms effectively .
|Had Thomas used his own distinction, he might have said, "Yes, when we intend |
unjust actions our intention, like our action, is unjust. Thus, both are wrong."
Instead, Thomas states effectively that when we intend an unjust act as unjust, we
are bad; otherwise, we are not. Thomas ... We would always have a wrong
intention in our thoughts about men and women because the direct and formal
object of our ...
|Responsibility for the world, which "stands always at the center of politics," rests |
on amor mundi, on "lov[ing] the world ... and appreciation of what is, are
prerequisite to effective action for preserving what is valuable, resisting what is
unjust, and ...
|Courts were for people who had money, for people who accepted that insane, |
unjust proce— dures ruled their lives. He saw no effective action he could take.
Thinking about it always caused him confusion and pain, but now, as he looked
|In modern English law and to a certain extent in classical Roman law the claim to |
a thing (dinglicher Anspruch) can be effectively asserted only in the form of a
claim for ... Likewise the action for damages because of damage done to a thing
of which the plaintiff was owner or which he had in his possession always
remains an action based on ownership and possession. ... The actions which are
based on unjust enrichment are also actions based on ownership or on