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|The criticism of Sartre that Death is simply a contingent fact, belonging to one's " |
facticity ", is sound so far as it goes. Certainly a brooding on Death, ... Every man
is born as many men and dies as a single one ". 1 " All being which is not of the ...
|We need to step off the treadmill that our lives have become and take a hard look |
at each and every choice we make. We need to focus on taking our ... “Every man
is born as many men and dies as a single one.” —Martin Heidegger Think of a ...
|[With] roots anchored in the current of life [man] will float on the surface like a |
lotus and he will blossom and give forth fruit. . . . The life that's in him will ... Henry
Miller, Sexus Every man is born as many men and dies as a single one. —Martin
|A revised translation of Heidegger's most important work.|
|Tells the story of a working-class German couple who lose their son to war and begin to a small resistance against Nazi power.|
|Bill, by which the private dwelling of every man who brewed his own beer wan |
thrown open to the visits of the Excise. ... This was by many regarded as a
verification of the line — " That fools rush in where angels fear to tread. ... the
moon her month ; and the earth her day ; and exactly at the conclusion of these
planetary revolutions came the political one. The death of a single person u-
hered it into being ; it commenced its career with the explosion of a cracker ; and
it died of a surfeit ...
|"l'hey that wasted us required ofos mirth, saying, Sing us one of the songls of Zion|
. ... Waller ' The birds know how to chose their fare ; l'o peck this fruit they all
forbear: Those cheerful singers know not why They should make any haste to die
- lValler. lhe ... As no single man is born with a right of controuhng the opinions of
all the rest, so the world has _no title to demand ... Many men there are, than
whom nothin is more commendable when they are singled; an yet, Ill society with
|Among all men there is not a single one whose nature was not assumed by our |
Lord. Even though he was born in a form like that of our own sinful flesh,4 still
every other man is born possessed of that ... But since the death of Christ has
failed to benefit many who continued to live in their impious ways, it is correct to
say that ...
|(1. [ l-aenzan. Saxon ; sengben, Dutch. ] To scorch; to burn slightly or superficially|
. They bound the doctor, Whose beard they ... I gat me men singerr and women
fingers, and the delights of the sons of men. ... to chuse their fare ; To peck this
fruit they all forbear: Those cheerful fingers know not why They should make any
haste to die. ... PaAslcrib single man is born with a right of controulmg the
opinions of all the rest, so the world has no title to demand the ... Many men there
are, than ...
|“And a wondrous thing in a noble-born man. ... How many deaths lie at the feet of |
each and every man in this hall? Is the one death I made such a grievous thing,
compared to all those slain men I saw lying in the ward and below the walls? ...
When Maryn looked his way for guidance, Nevyn mouthed a single word, “mercy.