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|To some lawyers, all facts are created equal. - Frankfurter, Felix Get the facts, or |
the facts will get you. And when you get em, get em right, or they will ... Hazlitt,
William Facts are counterrevolutionary. - Hoffer, Eric All generous minds have 6
|Consider the disarming confession in Alan Liu's epilogue to Wordsworth: The |
Sense of History, when he asks himself: Is it not true that the "facts" you have
perused in your researches have often moved you more than any literature —
least of ...
|Dalton, J. Facts and experiments.. .are never duly appreciated till..., 54 Planck, |
Max Experiments are the shocktroops of ... 63 Hoffer, Eric Facts are
counterrevolutionary, 63 Humboldt, Alexander von ...simplest statements of
scientific facts..., ...
|The three “facts” are posed and then immediately modified, nearly a return to |
scholastic hermeneutics and levels of ... came to oppose the fact of the revolution:
Szondi therefore denounces him as “counterrevolutionary” (419).5 Schiller ...
|85 The policy paper warns that "To persuade these leaders to act in the interests |
of their society is often a complex and subtle task" since U.S. representatives
must "present and gain acceptance of certain facts that the local government may
Stuart R. Schram - 1992 - 688 pages
|All of the evidence which has recently come to light clearly proves that the enemy |
is organizing a counterrevolution within ... should proclaim to the broad masses
the facts about the activities of the counterrevolutionaries inside the soviet areas
Jesús Arboleya - 2000 - 361 pages
|They were sent to the Sierra Maestra with a purpose, and the facts show us that |
they are playing their counterrevolutionary role quite well.They have a radio hour
here in Manzanillo,paid for by the clergy.They tell the peasants that they have ...
|Essays for a Counter-Revolutionary Time Darko Suvin. determined” by facts: “|
Many, indeed infinitely many, different sets of hypotheses can be found from
which statements describing the known facts can be deduced . . .” (Harré 87) .
Eric Anderson, Alfred A. Moss - 1991 - 239 pages
|But it was also evident that this procedure was not conceived as a |
counterrevolutionary move or coup d'etat, or even as a violation of the legitimate
electoral process, which the Democratic party was eager to uphold. One of the
more frequently ...
|Indeed, it would seem to be an explicit function of teaching to convey at least |
some fact as part of the process of education. If it were devoid of any scientific
element, if it dispensed completely with the transmission of facts, the activity
would no ...