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|Eric Hoffer I. It is by its promise of a sense of power that evil often attracts the |
weak. 2. It is remarkable by how much a pinch of malice enhances the
penetrating power of an idea or an opinion. Our cars, it seems, are wonderfully
attuned to ...
|Erasmus, Desiderius Must I do all the evil I can before I learn to shun it? Is it not |
enough to know the evil to shun it? ... Hemingway, Ernest It is by its promise of a
sense of power that evil often attracts the weak. - Hoffer, Eric But evil is wrought
|Its Signature is genital wounding by dismemberment. Genital mutilation is a ... It's |
what the perpetrator does to commit the crime. It is dynamic that ... It is by its
promise of an occult sense of power that evil often attracts the weak. Eric Hoffer 4
|Small wonder that what he craves most is self-forgetting. - Hoffer, Eric It is by its |
promise of a sense of power that evil often attracts the weak. - Hoffer, Eric The pre
-human creature from which man evolved was unlike any 3 The beginning of ...
|It is by its promise of an occult sense of power that evil often attracts the weak. |
HOFFER The criminal is prevented, by the very witnessing of the legal process,
from regarding his deed as intrinsically evil. NIETZSCHE Some circumstantial ...
|Their beliefs are regressive, puritanical, and dangerously anti-establishment. |
They believe ... Why don't you? It is by the promise of an occult sense of power
that evil often attracts the weak, replied Pauline with an air of dignity and grace.
|OU R sense of power is more vivid when we break a man's spirit than when we |
win his heart. For we can win a man's heart one day and ... It is by its promise of a
sense of power that evil often attracts the weak. THE paradox is that much that is
|The True Believer -- the first and most famous of his books -- was made into a bestseller when President Eisenhower cited it during one of the earliest television press conferences.Completely relevant and essential for understanding the ...|
|To-day, that side of the divine which should especially attract us is called Science|
, Law, Harmony, and, as their result, Justice. ... The coming faith will have to give
us, not only a solution of the problem of suffering and evil, but also a means to ...
Another reason often assigned for "moral freedom" is that, without it, there would
be no more merit in agood act than ... Now, if, instead of doing the good action,
he does its opposite, it is morally certain that his impelling sense of right was
|David S. Shrager, Elizabeth Frost-Knappman. 54.28 It is by the promise of an |
occult sense of power that evil often attracts the weak. Eric HofTer, American
philosopher W. H. Auden and Louis Kronenberger, The Viking Book of
Aphorisms, 1962 ...