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|Of all the varieties of virtues, liberalism is the most beloved. — aristotle You wake |
up to your alarm clock playing National Public Radio, and you start your day.
After twenty minutes of yoga, twenty more of Zen meditation, and a calm look ...
|Quotes about Virtue from QuotationsBook.com Great necessities call out great |
virtues. - Adams, Abigail Some virtues are only seen ... Aristotle Of all the
varieties of virtues, liberalism is the most beloved. - Aristotle The greatest virtues
are those ...
|Of all the varieties of virtues, liberalism is the most beloved. Plato is dear to me, |
but dearer is truth. Republics decline into democracies and democracies
degenerate into despotisms. The law is reason, free from passion. The roots of
|Czech Proverb Of all the varieties of virtues, liberalism is the most beloved. -|
Aristotle 384 BC – 322 BC; Greek philosopher, polymath, & one of the fathers of
Western philosophy. An individual has not started living until he can rise above
|Of all the varieties of virtues, liberalism is the most beloved. -Aristotle 384 BC – |
322 BC; Greek philosopher, polymath, & one of the fathers of Western philosophy
. Every decent man is ashamed of the government he lives under. - H.L. (Henry ...
|Though, because they are useful to others, liberal people are, of all virtuous |
people, perhaps the most beloved, ... To exaggerate — but only slightly — money
, because it is merely useful, is most properly used when it is freely spent ...
Though expenditure is made for food — that is, for the necessities — the
generous host and hostess are no slaves to necessity and show it by providing
and doing all kinds ...
|On the implications for justice where there is basic inequality between ourselves |
and others, see von Wright, Varieties of ... Aristotle says that 'the liberal are
almost the most loved of all virtuous characters': Nicomachean Ethics, 1120a. 2 3
4 5 ...
|(Of all the refugees in England in the 1850s the most popular was undoubtedly |
the Italian apostate friar Father Gavazzi, who earned his ... nationalism, out of
step as it was with every other European nationalism, was scarcely more
anomalous than the attitude of English liberalism, which professed sympathy with
distant nationalisms but appeared curiously blind to the virtues of this home-
|Optimism and Pessimism Against the aristocratic liberals' vision of how society |
should be and how nineteenth-century culture really ... but the aristocratic liberals
were not fatalists.50 Of course, they also firmly rejected the popular nineteenth-
century doctrine of the inevitability of progress; they did not limit their rejection of
determinism to the pessimistic variety. ... True, all the aristocratic liberals thought
that some of the virtues they prized were more apt to 'Working Against Time'' 119
|The People were not unlike to elect a King of some private Stock, a popular and |
seditious Man, peradventure one who to countenance ... the Lady 'Jane, a
Woman of most rare ancf incomparable Perfections: for besides her excellent
Beauty adorn'd with all variety of Virtues, ... liberal Sciences, and Skill in
Languages ; for in Theology, in Philosophy, in all liberal Arts, in the Latin and
Greek Tongues, and in ...