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|Syrus, Publilius He who has lost honor can lose nothing more. - Syrus, Publilius |
No one ever lost his honor, except he who had it not. - Syrus, Publilius Better to
be ignorant of a matter than half know it. - Syrus, Publilius One ungrateful man ...
|“You can't know too much, but you can say too much” (Calvin Coolidge, 1872). “|
Chop your own wood and it will warm you twice” (Henry Ford, 1863). “It doesn't
matter who ... “He who has lost honor can lose nothing more.” “Take care that no
|THE LOST HONOR OF KATHARINA BLUM monologue in the washroom was |
nothing more than a method — clumsily executed, it was ... We didn't lose sight of
him for a single minute, we had about a dozen policemen disguised as sheikhs,
cowboys, and ... The persons Gotten contacted before entering the Cafe" Polkt
have all been traced and checked out: a bartender at whose counter he had a
|“A ronin is a Samurai without master,” he said. ... Samurais believed so highly in |
the honor of oneself that they often believed the only way for a ronin to regain his
lost honor ... “Because a person who has nothing more to lose can fight freely.
|Schiller, Johann Friedrich Von Honor has not to be won; it must only not be lost. - |
Schopenhauer, Arthur Why should honor outlive honestly? [Orthello] -
Shakespeare, William He who has lost honor can lose nothing more. - Syrus ...
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|John Woltz, President, Honor Committee. "He who has lost honor can lose |
nothing more"— Publillus Syrus. WHEN the University of Virginia was founded by
Thomas Jefferson, he expressed his desire for a complete student government.
|... in the reasons the Spartans offer for denying Aristodemus his glory, can we |
extract a partial Spartan theory of courage from this ... more deliberate and true
courage of someone who fights with a full awareness that he has something to
lose that he ... Aristodemus' deliberate courting of death to reclaim lost honor
doesn't move these crusty Spartans. ... To the extent that Aristodemus is “
insensate” he is no different from those dim Celts, who, according to Aristotle,
were afraid of nothing, ...
|The world's reward and punishment do not serve as informers against him; for he |
has overcome the world, even if by a higher deception. ... least of all, the blessed
assurance which allows the unprofitable servant if he loses honor to speak more
proudly than that royal word: All is lost save honor. ... No, he wishes to sacrifice
all, he fears nothing, only he will not sacrifice himself in daily self-forgetfulness.
|(4) Just as, had he been a member of the clergy, he would have lost the honor of |
his rank, so this man should lose his ... he will not punish further, nor should you
mention the method of punishment before he has promised to do nothing more ...