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Beatrice Sofaer - 1998 - 130 pages
|Pain forces even the innocent to lie. Publilius Syrus This chapter is intended as |
an introduction to understanding the concept of pain. It begins with a very brief
perspective of pain as portrayed in the arts and then goes on to discuss the ethics
|Words that are saturated with lies or atrocity, do not easily resume life. - Steiner, |
George There is no lie that a man will not believe; and there is no man who does
not believe many lies; and ... Stone, I. F. Pain forces even the innocent to lie.
|Pain forces even the innocent to lie. Publilius Syrus, Sententiae, no. 171 The |
scene: A well-heeled swim, tennis, and health club. Administration consists of the
director, Annette Praetor, her assistant, Candy Cohort, and three staff members, ...
|Syrus, Publilius Pain forces even the innocent to lie. - Syrus, Publilius An angry |
man is again angry with himself when he returns to reason. - Syrus, Publilius
Some remedies are worse than the disease. - Syrus, Publilius He who has a
mind to ...
Michel de Montaigne - 2010 - 1489 pages
|Edited by William Carew Hazlitt Michel de Montaigne. why should pain sooner |
make me confess what really is, than force me to say what is not? ... ["Pain will
make even the innocent lie."--Publius Syrus, De Dolore.] Whence it comes to
|assembled people could be seen following after him – even his prosecutor. |
Again when ... For why should pain make me confess what is true rather than
force me to say what is not true? And on the ... [Pain compels even the innocent
to lie.] ...
|Child hero Ender Wiggin must fight a desperate battle against a deadly alien race if mankind is to survive.|
|It pains me to say it and pains me even more to think that I'm so helpless in the |
face of this occupation. ... Now, he lies to me once more, He refuses to withdraw
his occupation force even though — even though, Lajos - we've formed a new ...
|well-being for someone one doesn't even know is a good definition of a hero. But |
a hero, by definition, sacrifices a part of him- or herself. The "inner" cops are the
ones who feel the pain experienced in encounters with innocent victims.