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Robert Debs Heinl - 1966 - 367 pages
|Rudyard Kipling: Snarleyow, l890 On he went up the great, bare staircase of his |
duty, uncheered and undepressed. R. L. Stevenson: Weir of ... Winston Churchill.
l874-l965 If I do my full duty, the rest will take care of itself. George S. Patton, Jr.: ...
|547) ...it is the duty of nations as well as of men to own their dependence upon |
the overruling power of God, to confess ... Roosevelt (27 October 1941, Address
for Navy and Total Defense Day) If I do my full duty, the rest will take care of itself.
2008 - 144 pages
|What is the "social contract," and what are our obligations to it? Is the "general will" infallible? What are the limits of sovereign power? What are the marks of "good government"? What constitutes the death of the body politic?|
|redress them; if otherwise, discourage them in order to prevent frivolous ones. ... |
Elbert Hubbard Duty "Duty, then, is the sublimest word in the English language. ...
Henry Ward Beecher "If I do my full duty, the rest will take care of itself." General ...
|If you were to ask a bona fide war "hero" why he or she did what they did, they'd |
probably have a hard time explaining it. There's a good chance they'd ... "If I do
my full duty," he said, "the rest will take care of itself." "Do your duty in all things," ...
|As soon as provisions and anchors are obtained we will take our departure for up |
the river, and endeavor to carry out, as far ... Well, I will do my duty to the best of
my ability, and let the rest take care of itself. ... It is not necessary, in a life of the
admiral, to attempt to decide upon the degree of remissness, if any, shown by the
|A new translation of Kant??'s mature reflections on issues in the philosophy of natural science.|
|vented by the imagination of man or by the craft and subtil ty of the devil — if you |
do not believe it, I say, can you ... entered upon the inquiry with a foregone
conclusion, and with the belief, I suppose, that they know my business better than
I do. ... while it is the business of judicial action to protect innocence, so, on the
other hand, it is the duty of the Judge to take care ... the doubt of a vacillating
mind that has not the moral courage to decide, but shelters itself in a vain and
|I have a resolution to do what I shall conceive shall make most to the usefulness |
of the rest of my life, which resolution I ought never to be without. '2. ... If I can find
clearly it is my duty to return in order to continuance at Antrim, I shall do it with
high complacency. 'III. ... that fear: nay more than that, I acknowledge, to be
delivered from such fear is itself a great mercy, and gracious vouchsafement. ...
He that feeds raves and takes care of sparrows, will he not take care xiv THE
LIFE OF MR.