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|Seneca If thou art a man, admire those who attempt great things, even though |
they fail. - Seneca Fate leads the willing, and drags along the reluctant. - Seneca
Fate rules the affairs of men, with no recognizable order. - Seneca The fates lead
|Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is |
not all mixed up No untroubled day has ... Fate rules the affairs of men, with no
recognizable order The road to learning by precept is long, but by example short
|10054 Table Talk 'Of a King' A king is a thing men have made for their own sakes, |
for quietness' sake. Just as in a family one man is appointed to buy the meat.
10055 Table ... 10075 Fate rules the affairs of mankind with no recognizable
|A majestic narrative reckoning with the forces that have shaped the nature and destiny of the world’s governing institutions The story of global cooperation is a tale of dreamers goading us to find common cause in remedying humanity’s ...|
|transition from shogunal to popular rule. ... These men eventually managed to |
meet the threat of Western intrusion by inducing their lords to jointly "return" their
whole ... Up to the early modern period discussed here, the laboring poor of
countryside and town were not recognized as ... The affairs of the country were
confined to persons of standing in society, a group which included church
dignitaries and ...
|permits no school to be opened within its jurisdiction, for the benefit of the |
general population, unless the catechism of the ... to have the principle of
complete religious and educational liberty fully recognized in any new
arrangement that may be made. ... to receive the Austrians as friends ; the proof
that they carried out their orders in good faith, and to the best of their ability, ...
men, with the object of pillage, and that the rest of the population cordially
welcomes a transfer to Austrian rule.
|Further, the authoritarian way of life is not restricted to macro-structures. It is also |
... change of these conditions itself, and at some stage becomes selfishly
interested in their outright conservation in order to preserve its own rule. The
objective result of such a state of affairs throughout centuries and generations is
important. ... It is worship of those who are recognized and contempt of those who
come "from below" or from among one's own contemporaries, people with the
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|times, and in all places, where he finds people willing to listen ; and what is of |
greater consequence, no man can be a ... It is obeyed without being recognized,
or if, for a moment, it be brought to light, it is hastily cast back into the gloom of the
sanctuary. ... sovereignty of the people can be fairly appreciated — where it can
be studied in its application to the affairs of society, ... The higher orders
submitted without a murmur and without a struggle to an evil which was
|"Probably no leader in the world is so much loved by his followers ," wrote Merton|
. ... running a de facto government in exile and organizing the affairs of 100,000
refugees (settlements, schools, monasteries, orphanages, etc.). ... For twenty
years he has had no contact with the 6 million Tibetans who remained locked in
their homeland under colonial rule and whose hopes for ... Devotees here
include poets, artists, and business people; they are not easily recognizable
although some ...
|Without the necessity of le rations, a part of the foreign debt has been paid, and |
equitable arrangements have man made between ... that it seeks to isolate itself,
to deliver itself up to its own fate, and separate itself from all contact with civilized
peoples. ... for their existence the recognition of- the great powers, as if these
great powers did not have for their rule of conduct to ... That Mexico is in the right
in considering as broken the treaties with the powers that recognized Maximilian,
is an ...