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|Euripides “New lords, new laws.” — St. Editha “Every ruler is harsh whose rule is |
new.” — Aeschylus “Don't rejoice over them that goes, before you see them that
comes.” — Japanese proverb “Only with a new ruler do you realize the value of ...
|Adelman, Ken Every ruler is harsh whose laws is new. - Aeschylus Skill in the art |
of communication is crucial to a leader's success. He can accomplish nothing
unless he can communicate effectively. - Allen, Norman The minute a person ...
|26 Prometheus in Aeschylus has the sting and intellectual perversity of the new |
generation of philosophers. ... For new are the steersmen that rule Olympus: and
new are the customs by which Zeus rules, customs that have no law to them, but
what was ... And Hephaestus adds, "Every ruler is harsh whose rule is new" (35).
|In parts of his text Martini describes the Chinese as “a flock of silly sheep,” killed |
by Tartars whose very image “was grown so ... Martini writes that Zungteus, Tartar
king and new emperor of China as of 1636, surpassed all the Kings of Tartary in
... were merciful governors, unlike the harsh Chinese, whose laws allowed for the
beheading of the simply misfor- tunate. ... the Tartar ruler has imprisoned his
father, Colao: For Licungo every right, every law, every rationale resides in the
|So a ruler should not care about being thought miserly, for it means he will be |
able to avoid robbing his subjects; he will be able to defend ... his subjects
peaceful and law-abiding, for it is more compassionate to impose harsh
punishments on a few than, out of excessive compassion, to allow ... Of all rulers,
he who is new to power cannot escape a reputation for cruelty, for he is
surrounded by dangers.
|is my thought that all of those who love peace and goodwill should join hands |
across the waters to fight against evil in all of its forms ... If laws are cruel and
harsh to the people of the land then, those who enforce these cruel and harsh
laws are ... There is a thing that every ruler knows in ... were sailing off to the New
World because they had taken all of King George and his unjust tax laws they
|place my orders would not be carried out unless they were the kind of orders |
which could be carried out: for each law I wish to ... The Innocent ought not to be
tortured; and in the Eye of the Law, Every person is Innocent whose crime is not
yet proved. ... 7—Harsh censorship is productive of nothing but ignorance,
cramps and depresses the rising efforts of genius and destroys the very will to
|Political rule includes citizen-made law, but also plurality of rulers, alternation of |
rulers, election, judgment of past ... of ruler, inheritance of rule, immunity of the
ruler, harsh rule, and no salary for the ruler.49 Not every regime shares all the ...
|In 361 BC, Duke Qinxiao became the new ruler of the state of Qin, a less civilized |
and peripheral state in western China. To make Qin ... In a public notice, he
called on all capable persons to come to Qin. ... “rule of law” and harsh