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|The balance of our animal principles, I think, constitutes what we call a man's |
natural temper ; which may be good or bad with ... trying situations, in which
virtue crosses the natural bent of his temper, he has no great temptation to act
amiss. But perhaps a happy natural temper, joined with such a happy situation, is
more ideal than real, though no doubt some men make nearer approaches to it
|He has taken a 1910 translation of the book and clarified it for the contemporary reader. This new edition of The Art Of War is an extraordinary book made even more relevant by an extraordinary editor.|
|You can readily see that no person could be developed solely by the service of |
others. As one's actions, or ... Nor is it "Service, not Self" : self is always there in
service. Rotary puts ... Only those are drafted into its circle who have some of the
elements of leadership and worthiness in their own pursuits and situations. It
makes a great deal not only of a man's job but what the man is doing with his job.
It is not ...
|the zip is one smart guy” or “The man who in fact invented the zip is one smart |
guy.” We labored that point. But suppose I want to make claims about him in
counterfactual situations where he may not be the inventor of the zip. How do I
|It is also as strategic a spot as could be found on the map — and it would do the |
U.S. no harm militarily to make the people who live there feel they are full
partners in pursuing all good ... Last week on this page the reaction of the man in
the street to the President's decision on Korea was noted. ... But the Korean
situation does not call for the 1941-45 paraphernalia of "directives," OP A and all
|The sight of Chris powering toward them seeming ominously angry made her |
panic intensify. She did not want to be alone with that man. But she didn't want to
make this situation much worse than it had to be. And there was a bigger reason,
|And his second illustrative definition would make 'Moses did not exist' true just in |
case no one man who lived at that time ... But spelling out these consequences of
such definitions is enough to show them up as unsatisfactory; for none of these ...
Here we have a case that the definition simply does not decide, for nothing in it
settles whether or not that hypothetical situation is one in which the man called ...
|But, Dada, not all men are like that. . . . do not begin to think that you are |
disgusted with love, for you aren't. You are only ... What makes the situation so
funny is that none of the men are either denying or acknowledging the rumors. I
am quite ...