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|INFATUATION INFERIOR /SUP ERIOR First she sweeps him off his feet, then he |
has her on his hands. Infatuation is a ... Dudley Field Malone No man can ever
end with being superior who will not begin with being inferior. — Sydney Smith A
|The Reason why Men Want The truth is, that most men want knowledge, not for |
itself, but for the superiority which ... are as wrong as the ultimate object, for no
man can ever end with being superior, who will not begin with being inferior.
|The Humanistic/Synthetic is a worldview that sees man as superior and capable |
of creating dynamic change. While the Universal/Natural ... Sydney Smith stated:
“No man can ever end with being superior who will not begin with being inferior.
|Geobgi Hsbbjbwf. Kites rise against, not with, the wind. . ... No man ever worked |
his passage anywhere in a dead calm. — Johh Nbal No man can end with being
superior, who will not begin with being inferior. — Sxdnkt Smith. "Leg existences
|Butof knowledge there is no satiety, but satisfaction andappetite are perpetually |
interchangeable. ... tosecure this superiority are as wrongas the ultimateobject,
for noman can ever end with being superior whowill not begin with being inferior.
|IfGod gives man a vision, He prepares him, prepares the place for the vision |
before setting him into it. Honestly, your success ... Sydney Smith said, “No man
can end with being superior who will not begin with being inferior.” And just here
|Smith, Sydney No man can ever end with being superior who will not begin with |
being inferior. - Smith, Sydney Among the smaller duties of life I hardly know any
one more important than that of not praising where praise is not due. - Smith ...
|This argument is peculiarly strong, as it respects man's being capable of falling in |
with or opposing God's ends in his own ... For the special end for which God
made mankind, is something. very diverse and very superior to those ends for
which ... And it is manifest, in fact, that the being of mankind does not subserve
the benefit of the inferior creatures, any farther than ... Therefore, nothing else
remains, no other supposition is possible, but that man's special end is
something wherein he ...
|And therefore those that were great politiques indeed ever ascribed their |
successes to their felicity, and not to their skill or virtue. ... est via [every man
should be the maker of his own fortune; the wise man will command his stars;
nothing impossible ... than as of an inferior work : for no man's fortune can he an
end worthy of his being, and many times the worthiest men ... Augusti Czesaris—
he acknowledges that he was inferior to Julius in strength of mind, but asserts
that he was superior ...
|(d) Though this way of acting is undoubtedly mysterious, " yet it would not appear |
extraordinary even, to a man who is not a ... superior understanding, will use
means to accomplilh an end, without having any idea of either; and indeed in my
opinion, ... has ever built a town, or constructed a magazine, which he could
mathematically, demonstrate to be of the very best ... such instruments as act
spontaneously without being conscious of the end to which their actions lead, he
appears not ...