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|7 He who commits injustice is always more unhappy than he who suffers by it. No |
one will dare maintain that it is better to do injustice than to bear it. 8 Shun bad
gains, those losses in disguise. 9 The best thing is to do the present thing well.
|No one will dare maintain that it is better to do injustice than to bear it. — Aristotle. |
It is not possible to found a lasting power upon injustice, perjury, and treachery.
These mav, perhaps, succeed for once, and borrow for awhile, from hope, a gay ...
|with good. "It is declared in our Ved and Codes of Law," says Ram Mohun Roy, "|
that mercy is the root of virtue." Buddha said, "A man who ... "No one will dare
maintain," said Aristotle, "that it is better to do injustice than to bear it." "We should
|INJUSTICE. produce than an ungrateful man. ... They who provide much wealth |
for their children but neglect to improve them in firtue, do like those who feed their
horses ... No one will dare maintain that it is better to do injustice than to bear it.
|If the new choice is also unpalatable, without embarrassment, we must be ready |
to change that one as well. - Angelou, Maya No one will dare maintain that it is
better to do injustice than to bear it. - Aristotle The way to avoid responsibility is to
|INJUSTICE. Injustice does not pay. D. C. Broderick. Injustice must be done to |
none. Rabbi Jehuda. Injustice shall not go unavenged. St. Columbkille. ... No one
dare maintain that it is better to do injustice than to bear it. Aristotle. The man who
|Stay abroad no longer than your lawful ends and work do require : and when you |
come home, let it be seen that you have seen sin ... One thing more I will warn
some parents of, who send their sons to travel, to keep them from untimely
marrying, lest they have part of ... Oppression is the injuring of inferiors, who are
unable to resist, or to right themselves : when men use power to bear down right.
... There may be injustice in the expectations of the poor, as well as the actions of
|that both the State and the individual bear the same relation to all the other |
virtues. ... The just man does not permit the several elements within him to
interfere with one another, or any of them to do the work of others, — he sets in
order his own inner life, and is ... Socrates INJUSTICE He who commits injustice
is ever made more wretched than he who suffers ... Plato No one will dare
maintain that it is better to 137 Injustice Flattery 110 Induction Flute 110
Inheritance Folly 110 Injustice.
|... for they depend on the Pythagorean eschatology I have already sketched, and |
they do not (so far as I can see) make use of ... standard of justice and injustice,
even if men have made no society and no contract with one another' (Rhet
1373b6); ... that 99 is concerned with 'not killing living creatures'; and the
surviving fragments of Empedocles' ethics bear him out. ... high intimations of 99
are not borne out: no one will maintain that Empedocles' ethics supplies answers
to more than a ...
|I can understand and respect your opinions, if such are your opinions ; but it is |
not a principle which a statesman, ... the Member for Edinburgh haa designated
the Right Honourable Baronet the Member for Tamworth, will dare to apply to the
... What does the Honourable Baronet the Member for the University of Oxford say
? and yet that Honourable Baronet will ... There are no errors greater in the
history of the human race than those, connected with religion, which bear upon