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|All feel pity for those like themselves. Claudian. Pity is a compound of love and |
grief. Sheridan. Pity sometimes opens the gate of love. Al-Mulk. Pity is a native
plant in a noble heart. Hunter. It is easy to condemn ; it is better to pity. J. S. C.
|Pity is woman's sweetest charm. — □ Balzac. He best can pity who has felt the |
woe. — Gay. Pity's tears are spontaneous. — Anna Cora Mowatt. A woman's pity
sometimes makes her mad. — Mrs. Browning. It is easy to condemn; it is better to
|Pines Pity best taught by fellowship of The woe—Coleridge. pine is the mother of |
legends.— Lowell. Shaggy shade Of desert-loving pine, whose ... It is easy to
condemn; it is better to pity.—Abbott. IIe scorned his own, who felt another's woe.
|utterly malicious, for instance, in being merciful to a condemned killer. Pity, finally, |
has a much more convoluted history. Although ... I won't go into this fascinating
story here, except to say that Nietzsche sees quite clearly that pity can easily be ...
|Here you let a prejudice run away with you. a kind of behavior that I have often |
heard you yourself condemn. ' George Lillo. ... I will concede to you that pity can
more easily give us an intuitive illusion than admiration can. I mean that it is
|Bauer, for example, discussed the Russian's work in terms similar to Vogue's: "In |
the sweetness of love, fine pity, and ... Tolstoy had a profound impact in France
because he was easily grouped with these three philosophers. ... pity-based
misology and primitivism: "Tolstoy undoubtedly found in Rousseau a model for
the condemnation that he directed at the ... attributed this mood to the success of
Tolstoy and the "Russian novel:" "Literature, more than philosophy, doubtlessly
allows us ...
|The result of unbelief will be depression, discouragement, self-pity, resentment, |
then bitterness, which you will end up spreading ... and "hope never disappoints
or deludes or shames us" (Romans 5:5, Amplified) Guard against condemnation.
|psychological make-up and apply it to Nietzsche one could argue that his dislike |
Of pity stems largely from the fact that he was Often regarded ... Nietzsche returns
to the philosopher who had influenced his thinking more than any other, namely,
Schopenhauer. ... Pity preserves things that are ripe for decline, it defends things
that have been disowned and condemned by life, it gives a ... Here is the kind Of
quote that could easily be used to support a protO-fascist reading Of Nietzsche.
|By this view, it is neither possible nor desirable to feel anything but condemnation |
for those who commit violence. Victims need to hear the ... It can be relatively
easy to feel pity, if not real compassion, for victims of violence. But feeling pity for