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|weight he suffers from a feeling of profound unrest and care, a radical insecurity |
of being. ... Although the true law of man's being is love, a harmonious relation
among all living things, he rebels against this law when he imagines himself, not
a single individual in the whole but the whole ... Even the greatest of us are not
free from them. ... When we are tempted we need not assume that the battle is
|The Battle for Your Child's Mind Michael David O'Brien, Michael O'Brien ... We |
bear witness to the greatest story of all, a story that, as Chesterton said, fulfills
man's greatest needs. In The ... philosophical search for truth by being a true
Samuel Byron Brittan - 1848 - Read
|Lives of great men all remind us Wo can make our lives sublime, And, departing, |
leave behind us Footsteps on the sands of time. ... We read of some dauntless
man, who, on the field of battle or the scaffold, in the hall of council or the
dungeon, upheld, and ... You will not bo called upon to encounter just such things
, but if you are independent and true, it is quite ... Earth's greatest become small
— earth's philosophers grow dim beside that principle of Love to which Jesus
pointed in the ...
|"Love" (aydirri, equivalent to liunia- nitas and <pt\avOpww!u) "is the fulfilling of the |
law"; " subjective humanity " being, as Dr. Whewell ... to main principles, between
New Testament teaching on the subject of virtue and that of the best philosophers
, I will compare its teaching ... True love as the spring or motive to action does not
set the different parts of man's moral nature in battle-array among themselves.
|This analysis will put you in touch with the true cause of your trouble and you will |
then understand in just what way to direct your energy. Getting the right start is
the biggest part of the battle. IF YOU SUFFER ... _ Vice President Coolidge says
that a defect in a man's eyesight is an evidence of mental defect as well. We must
|Consider the various elements of the definition that emerge at the end of the one |
true classification mentioned above. ... First, what is the relation between the
definition of man's essence and Man itself? ... and Beauty, Unity, Likeness and
Unlikeness and the Sophist's greatest kinds, perhaps to include Motion and Rest.
... In the Battle of the Gods and Giants (Soph. 246a3–249d8) the Eleatic stranger
offers a new mark (horos) of being, the power to affect or be affected (247d8–e4).
|That was to prove it to others. Their philosophy was true in theory, but it required |
someone to reduce it to a science. This was never done. To them, they knew it
was true. So their whole aim was to reduce man's life and happiness to a simple
|The opposition between human and divine is the basis of his concept of |
philosophy: being a human construct, ... its logical conclusion the expression of
man's intellectual self-sufficiency, was at the same time the greatest philosopher
and the most ... This battle began with the first men, Cain and Abel, and has
continued with various vicissitudes up to our own days: Plato ... Here, on the
contrary, we show that true and right wisdom consists of a living knowledge of
God and in the hidden ...
|Even Anselm's 'idea of the Greatest', Aquinas distorts to mean “only our idea of |
the greatest” and not the Greatest in itself. ... of demonstration and the first
conceptions of the intellect, such as 'being' and 'one' which are the basis of
philosophy. ... incarnate as a true human being, the true meaning of human life
cannot be known unless man's mind is able to grasp the whole ... For the same
reason Martin Luther, on the other hand with his battle cry “sola Scriptura,”
declared war not only ...
|... word to the millions of young people today on life's threshold, girding |
themselves for the long race and the hard battle? ... Then I would say, practice
economy, particularly in the sense of the great Teacher when he said, 'Gather up
the fragments that ... the British Empire and the United States, are constantly
being trained at Oxford in all that makes a man and a scholar. ... It is indeed true
that the area of a man's work should span a lifetime and reach out into the eternal
plan of things.