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|Moore, Frankfort The enemies of the future are always the very nicest people. - |
Morley, Christopher He who lives by fighting with an enemy has an interest in the
preservation of the enemy's life. - Nietzsche, Friedrich Bear patiently with a rival.
|When an invincible desire to obtain tyrannical power has been awakened in the |
soul, and constantly keeps up its fervour, even a very mediocre ... He who lives
by fighting with an enemy has an interest in the preservation of the enemy's life.
|Presents the eighteenth century French philosopher's views on society and the relationship between the individual and the state|
|Tn h much indissed with his wounds, he was rought before Iithridates, who asked |
him whether, if he saved his life, he ... Lucullus was apprehensive of farther anger
on the plain, on account of the enemy's superiority in horse, and yet he was ... he
gained the heights, and in the moniing appeared above the enemy's heads, in a
situation where he might fight with ... at the chief authority in it: and to bring
Mithridates into his interest, he undertook the daring enterprise of killing Lucullus.
|when the enemy made a serious attack his troops were panicstricken and could |
not be got to fight. ... The cavalry was so exposed that it was out to pieces by the
enemy's fire before it could be brought into action. ... The few British troops who
died rather than run away sold their lives dearly. ... It is highly probable that in
opposing their claims and prejudices he may have consulted their best interests,
while he had the courage to assert the rights of ' property on which civilization
and the ...
|Having got safely through the narrow passes, he gained the heights, and in the |
morning appeared above the enemy's heads, in a ... where he might fight with
advantage, when he chose it, and might not be compelled to it, if he had a mind
to sit still. ... at the chief authority in it: and to bring Mithridates into his interest, he
undertook the daring enterprise of killing Lucullus. ... And he had certainly
entered, if sleep, which has been the ruin of many other generals, had not saved
|And they lost most of their horses by advancing furiously against the enemy's |
pikes. ... These advised him to retire with them, and to make his escape to
lschnzc, a cit which hzfll adopted the Roman interests, on was at no great
distance. ... He perceived also, that on his side the enemy's operations were
comparatively feeble: for the greatest plan of them were ... On the one hand, he
was afraid of sacrificing the whole army, and on the other, anxious for the
preservation of his son; but at ...
|... to take away his Life, to transfer his Allegiance, and David m- fiy to Acbish King |
of Gatb for protection, who made him Keeper ... And if David expected from the^ J
- King of Gatb an universal Protection from all his Enemies, he ought to pay the
King ... If a private Person be freed from the Government that designs to destroy
him, the Argument will hold as strongly in ... necessary for the preservation of the
Nation : Because no Nation can be brought to that condition, but it must have a
|\Vhile he was visiting the ranks, he had suspicions of some, and heard |
accusations of others. ... He charged the enemy's left wing, and, the cavalry
following the impression which the foot had made, it was put to the rout. ... Marcus
, the son of Cato, was slain fighting amidst the bravest of the young nobility. He ...
Many other brave men, \\ ho exposed themselves for the preservation of Brutus,
fell at the same time. ... Forbid it, heaven, that fortune should have such a triumph
|If a fellow-subject had wronged him, he might have appealed to ti is prince, as St. |
Paul did to Csesar ; but when his prince ... For him ; he prays that God would fight
against his enemies, so as to disable them to hurt him, and defeat their ... of God,
the interests of religion, and that reformation which they knew David, if ever he
had power in his hand, would be an ... the serviceableness of our bones, and the
preservation of them, and especially the life which, at the resurrection, shall be ...