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|It means that part of you is dead, if not all of you. It means that you entertain |
illusions. It's a sort of spiritual clap, I should say. - Miller, Henry Man has
demonstrated that he is master of everything -- except his own nature. - Miller,
Henry The man ...
|quest and re-conquest of provinces does not change man's qualitative |
relationship to other men or to his natural ... Modern natural science is not the
invention of idle masters, who have everything they want, but of slaves who are ...
he can change nature, not only the physical environment into which he is born,
but his own nature as well.7 For Hegel, ... Work itself represented freedom
because it demonstrated man's ability to overcome natural determination, to
create through his labor.
Thomas Hobbes, Richard Tuck, Michael Silverthorne - 1998 - 250 pages
|By allotment from his Master however, he does have property and Dominion over |
things that are his own in the sense that he can keep ... holder of sovereign
power; but each citizen does have things that are his own against his fellow
citizens. ... himself and all that he has are the Master's, and every man by natural
right may dispose of his own as he wishes, the Master ... Moreover, the point
demonstrated above about subjects in a commonwealth by design, that the
holder of sovereign ...
|When man began to stand on his own two legs, this demonstrated that he was |
now distinct from the rest of the creatures ... part of man are constantly misleading
him to think that he now is master of Nature and can put it under his complete
control. This, in combination with the Biblical tradition that man dominates all
things on earth, has helped the human idea of ... except our own human nature
which requires more disciplining and control and perhaps subjugation than
John Henry Barrow - 1838
|his owner, or the apprentice for his master. ... But I have gone a great deal further |
; I have demonstrated, by a reference to the same experience, the same ... not
while dwelling in their own happy country, and enjoying freedom in a natural
state, under their own palm trees, and by their ... of Christian, civilised men, and
his excellent nature has triumphed over all your arts ; your unnatural culture has
failed to ...
|Mary Baker Eddy writes in this chapter about Christ Jesus, "First in the line of |
Christian duties he taught his followers the healing ... "Jesus of Nazareth taught
and demonstrated man's oneness with the Father, and for this we owe him
endless homage. ... They may see the Master reaching out to the woman in the
coffin and see him lifting her up, but the unfolding of the ... what he had
experienced of his own spiritual sonship, about his own oneness with the infinite
All, the nature of reality.
|Socrates not only formed his own character for all practical purposes, he sought |
to adapt himself to circumstances, and to teach ... He felt the reflected nobility
which the expansion of the intellect and imagination casts upon the whole man.
... wish, and action, to the mastery of a will guided by fixed principles, but by
ennobling every tendency of his nature, and rendering it ... Hence, instead of
mingling with the workingday world like his master, and seeking to communicate
truth to all, he ...
|.Socrates not only formed his own character for all practical purposes, he sought |
to adapt himself to circumstances, and to teach his ... to the mastery of a will
guided by fixed principles, but by ennobling every tendency of his nature, and
rendering it incapable of 111. ... Hence, instead of mingling with the workingday
world like his master, and seeking to communicate truth to all, he preferred ... He
looked upon the whole matter as a great philosophical problem, and he
|a treatise on deontology : in which are demonstrated the individual, social and |
international duties of man, and his indirect ... The first natural property belonging
to man includes his own individuality, and everything that concurs in causing him
to be what he is. ... But though man possesses them as his natural property, he
holds no dominion over them. ... respected in his own order; but this Will of God
constitutes the moral property; therefore, man has a moral property over his body
|Dr. Sharrock is of Opinion * that this Rule is that he loves himself as highly as is |
possible that not universal, because it so, ... dealt with, if I was in his Inclination
which a Man may have for another Condition : Or I must clean my Servant's
Shoes, ... by any stricter Eneaee damental Axiom of the Law of Nature ; since it
merits than those of the present Union But con is ... all Men equal with our selves
j and therefore equally with his own ; or rather with greater Care may be
demonstrated a ...