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|- Mencken, H. L. Historian -- an unsuccessful novelist. - Mencken, H. L. Honor is |
simply the morality of superior men. - Mencken, H. L. Have you ever watched a
crab on the shore crawling backward in search of the Atlantic Ocean, and missing
|It sets for us a marvellous ideal, that of the Chüntzû [Jūnzĭ] or Superior Man—one |
who is perfectly self-controlled and self-sufficient, wholly free from self-seeking
and able to ... [John Blofeld] * * * Honor is simply the morality of superior men.
|No married man is genuinely happy if he has to drink worse whisky than he used |
to drink when he was single. Honor is simply the morality of superior men. For
every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.
|Chuck Norris It's at the borders of pain and suffering that the men are separated |
from the boys. Emil Zatopek Honor is simply the morality of superior men. H. L.
Mencken Man as an individual is a genius. But men in the mass form the
|lantry in order to hush the sneers of men who pretend to gallantry in order to hush |
his sneers. ... often overlooked is that the same fallibility shows itself upon the
higher level of what is called honor, which is simply the morality of superior men.
|If you've ever closed your eyes and wished for one day as a lion, this book is for you.|
|Honor, Mencken concluded in a sharp definition, is "simply the morality of |
superior men,"86 And superiority was precisely that quality which the Anglo-
Saxon Christian did not have. As we shall see later, he wrote about many races
— the ...
|This edition places his ideas within the cultural context of his own time and stresses the relevance of his work for a contemporary audience. - ;`Reason, seriousness, mastery over the emotions, the whole murky affair which goes by the name ...|
|Traces the decline of Anglo-American civilization and the concept of the gentleman in a fictionalized social history that follows a man named Kensington and the people who surround him from 1901 to 1969.|
|have moral principle — absolutely nothing is without it. (9.7b: n/ 155: ... One |
should simply probe moral principle; moral principle is the same as heavenly
principle [t'ien-li]. Even if ... When Confucius spoke about it, he said: "The superior
man abides in his room. ... As hinge and bowspring move, they bring honor or