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|The following quotes show what some prominent historical individuals have had |
to say about philosophy and philosophers: Philosophy is such an ... H.L.
Mencken If I wished to punish a province, I would have it governed by
|W. Somerset Maugham Wonder is the foundation of all philosophy, inquiry the |
progress, ignorance the end. Montaigne Philosophy ... H.L. Mencken If I
wished to punish a province, 1 would have it governed by philosophers.
Frederick the ...
|he tried to do anything in public he had to break off amid general laughter. While |
he was philosophizing about ... Feuerbach, Ludwig If I wished to punish a
province, I would have it governed by philosophers. - Frederick The Great, (
Frederick II) ...
|William Blake Mathematical subjects are handles or aid to philosophy, the |
medicine of the soul. Plato A egg today is better than a ... left-only
extraordinary adjectives. Oscar Wilde If I wished to punish a province; I would
have it governed ...
|(f) Those who have passed through all the above tests should be found as fully |
qualified philosopher-rulers. ... In this cruel, crooked and cunning world it would
be sheer impossibility to find a society where various kinds of 'human excellence
discipline, ... That is why a practical philosopher like Napoleon used to say : 'If I
wanted to punish a province, I used to appoint a philosopher as its governor'. 5.
|In both sys tems you have free will; you're a free person, that is, you can do just |
as you please; so use this freedom ... And if it were possible for God to cease to
exist (which would be a blasphemous thing to say), I would wish, myself, to act
with fairness. ku-su: Is it not the case that when you're on the throne it'll be your
duty to reward virtue and punish criminal activity? ... You are aware that we have
in our province about two hundred families of former Sinoos who once lived in
part of ...
|The wit and sarcasms of the philosophers produced some effect ; and rank and |
title were not held in equal estimation, by men who enjoyed them as they had
formerly been, and as they still ought to be, if stability and happiness are aimed at
by ... They wish tht whole world to be a republic ; and would resolve all questions
of state like a problem in mathematics, by algebra. It would be well to let them try
their hand in governing, upon some rebellious province, that deserved the
Enrique Villanueva - 2002 - 479 pages
|Coordination is often achieved by directives that are formal in nature those |
who follow such rules usually need to employ only their ... that unreasonable
conduct will be allowed or even rewarded if done within the provinces of the rules
and threatening to punish or not ... Threats are used to deter others from
engaging in behavior that threateners wish would not take place and promises
are used to ...
|Being the First Part of a Series of Lectures on Jurisprudence, Or, the Philosophy |
of Positive Law John Austin Sarah Austin ... But where there is the smallest
chance of incurring the smallest evil, the expression of a wish amounts to a
command, and, therefore, ... The sanction, if you will, is feeble or insufficient ; but
still there is a sanction, and, therefore, a duty and a command. ... of obedience, is
applied to conditional good as well as to conditional evil : to reward as well as to
|sounder intellectual discipline among the youth of Athens, without leading them |
at the same time to perceive that the true purpose of ... Dialogues, which have
most distinctly a moral purpose, to cope with them, and that he never in such wise
divides these two provinces ... Of this fact we could easily convince our readers, if
we could afford space for an analysis of the Thecetetus. ... It was no forethought
or wish to be a natural philosopher that drew Thales into his course of