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|E Men freely believe that which they desire. = Terran Terran, Calm Friendly, (|
Terran Terran) Friendly = Men, calmly like, what Men like = Men freely believe
that which they desire B, C and D can rapidly be excluded due to those
Richard Alan Krieger - 2002 - 344 pages
|Louis Jean Baptiste The desire accomplished is sweet to the soul. Bible, |
Proverbs 13:19 Lord, grant that I may always desire more than I can accomplish.
Michelangelo Men freely believe that which they desire. Julius Caesar I
|The psychological origin argument Men freely believe that which they desire. |
Caesar '(a The Psychological Origin Argument is a line of reasoning that is not
directly geared toward the conclusion that we do not survive our bodily deaths,
Derk Pereboom - 2009 - 432 pages
|nor be conceived without him, and lastly, that all things have been pre- |
determined by God, not from his free will or absolute ... that all men are born
ignorant of the causes ofthings, that they all have a desire to seek their own
advantage, a desire of which they are conscious. From this it follows, firstly, that
men believe that they are free, precisely because they are conscious of their
volitions and desires; yet ...
|Herefrom it follows, first, that men think themselves free inasmuch as they are |
conscious of their volitions and desires, and never even dream, in their ignorance
, of the causes which have disposed them so to wish and desire. Secondly, that ...
|that they are conscious of such desire. Herefrom it follows, first, that men think |
themselves free inasmuch as they are conscious of their volitions and desires,
and never even dream, in their ignorance, of the causes which have disposed
|after God because we have no desire to do so. God is not in our ... This is what |
reformed thinkers mean when they say man is in a desperate condition. Paul also
tells us that we ... Man will always freely reject Christ, because the carnal mind ...
|As one unlabeled woman remarked, "Some days I wake up and I really want a |
man's touch. ... they experienced with men: I think I've become more of an
essentialist as I've gotten older. ... woman noted: I don't like to view people first as
their gender, but that's definitely a big factor, and I don't want a gender-free world.
1968 - 478 pages
|It is generally believed that most retired men want to continue at work or would |
return to work if a job was available to them. ... The findings show that although
the more lonely and incapacitated men were the most likely of all men to say that
they missed their work, reported loneliness has no effect ... In the United States,
however, retired men report that they enjoy the free time and the leisure of