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|Howard, Vernon American freedom consists largely in talking nonsense. - Howe, |
Edgar Watson Freedom is a condition of mind, and the best way to secure it is to
breed it. - Hubbard, Elbert When we lose the right to be different, we lose the ...
|Hubbard, Elbert Freedom is a condition of mind, and the best way to secure it is |
to breed it. - Hubbard, Elbert If you have no enemies you are apt to be in the
same predicament in regard to friends. - Hubbard, Elbert Your friend is that man
|The hypnotist in your head After watching my stage shows, 'Freedom is a |
condition of people often tell me they are amazed mind, and the best way to at
the powerful effect of the hypnotic secure it is to breed it.' suggestions I make
during the ...
|SECURITY Although the occupants of a Lockeian state of nature possess basic |
rights to life, liberty, and property, ... to secure for its members conditions for the
exercise of their rights (Locke).12 Security is no peripheral social condition, ...
think of liberty (or freedom) – implicitly (or sometimes explicitly) having in mind a
liberty from X so that we are at liberty ... Also like liberty, security may be seen as
individual or collective, and we might expect the two to be causally linked in
|And, although it may seem strange at first hearing, by reason that men's minds |
are prepossessed with the notion of ... way skillfullest, best provided of
intelligence from abroad, best acquainted with the people at home, and the
people with them. ... which are much likelier continually to unsettle rather then to
settle a free government; to breed commotions, changes, ... will now proceed to
show more particularly wherein our freedom and flourishing condition will be
more ample and secure ...
|Not only have men and boys of a younger generation gained this freedom for us |
but also we must: ever bear in mind that we owe an overwhelming debt of
gratitude to the nations who have fought for us in securing a. charter of liberty for
the ... The great Immanuel Kant states as the fundamental law of moral conduct
that,"one should always act in such a. way as he would be ... But there is a.
higher law to do good [to one's fel~ lows as well as to refrain from committing
|Freedom from difficulty. Believe ... His yielding unto them in one thing might |
happily put them in hope, that time would breed the like easiness of
condescending further unto them. Hooker. ... South. The safest way to secure
honesty, is to ... Freedom from constraint ; not effort ; not formality. .... Those that
are easy in their condition!, or their minds, refuse often to enter upon publick
charges and employment.
|To achieve that self-fulfillment itself equality and freedom must be directed toward |
a transcendent substantive goal, for the ... Plato explained how an insatiable
oligarchic greed for riches passes over into a democratic lust for freedom, tyranny
at last being bred out of the ... 8' It is characteristic of the modern mind to regard
the art of government as a matter of technical and institutional ... Above all,
though, true liberty and good government cannot exist in a condition of moral
|Under these conditions he is hard to trap into a marriage, or demands a "dutch" |
arrangement with his wife, or demands support from her. He is willing to
surrender his Victorian prerogatives for security. ... Skeletons were now rattling
not as they formerly had and should, in closets, but down the labyrinthine ways of
your own mind. ... Confusion replaced the simplicity of the Victorian parental
education, and we bred in the twenties a group of the most terrified and
intimidated parents the ...
|Some examples come to mind from each nation. ... excuse to eliminate the |
possibility of finding a way out of the current tragic condition in which humanity
finds itself cast ... the dominant tendencies of its society to ascertain whether they
fit with the precepts of justice, security, and freedom. ... that in the United States
there must be a continuous struggle against those internal tendencies that breed