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|But in spite of this outward peace he was for many years one of the most |
prominent men of his time, who both personally and by his works had no little
influence on the thought of his generation. Though at no time profoundly learned,
he was a ...
|The New Psychology of Time That Will Change Your Life Philip Zimbardo, John |
Boyd ... how his clients' relationship with time influenced their thoughts, feelings,
and behaviors, he sought to document his findings for the benefit of others in his
|Augustine through the Ages presents the work, thought, and influence of a single, |
significant person from Late Antiquity: Augustine ... of competence witnesses to
the fact of his influence through the centuries since his time and to the value
attributed to this thought. ... In that context, he relied on both strong friendships
and an intense grappling with his interior self: seeking knowledge of himself and
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|The pseudonym Johannes de silentio rhetorically emphasizes this fact in the text, |
stating numerous times that he cannot possibly understand Abraham, but can
only follow his steps and be astonished by his faith. Butler highlights that there
|An Introduction to the Thought of Richard McKeon Richard Peter McKeon Zahava |
K. McKeon. Can we do philosophy as it ... Descartes was a creature of his time,
and he was influenced by the history of philosophy. He developed a method of ...
|OF. THE. MIND. OVER. TIME. AND. SPACE. ON. the morrow we arose at an early |
hour and continued our discourse. ... speak with experience, is full of interest in
relationship to thought-transference, without either of the people concerned
being aware of it? ... state and by suggestions which I made to him, whilst in that
state, made him follow with the eyes of his mind an eminent statesman on his
travels for ...
|For two thousand years this oracle existed, from the time when it was consulted |
by those heroes of the ancient myths, struggling in the toils ... By the irresistible
power of his music he constrained the rocks, trees and animals to follow him, at
his behest storms arose or abated. ... to the populace a magician, indefatigable in
the pursuit of knowledge, wielded an immense influence on the thought of his
|Would they speak fondly of the times they have been caressed by their master— |
the times he has used mallets and brushes to bring forth their most delicate
sounds9 Or would they painfully recall the times Elvin has assaulted them with
his sticks — almost daring them to ... It doesn't necessarily follow that you have to
adapt that person's style. or that person's habits, or whatever. ... Certainly no one
could influence me more than he did because I thought he was an exceptional
|1793-1794] " GUILT AND SORROW " 227 As might have been expected from the |
general direction of his thoughts, the poem deals ... It is not fair to say, as some
have said, that the young poet hugged his grief because he had at this time an ...
|His first literary works were published in 1756, about the same time that he |
married Jane Nugent, a Catholic. In 1765 he became private secretary to Lord
Rockingham, and the next year was elected to Parliament, where he would sit ...
As the oldest surviving son, Joseph was expected to follow in his father's
footsteps, and afier training by the Jesuits and in the local royal college, he was
sent to Turin to ...