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|Karl Wilhelm, Baron von Humboldt, Limits of State Action, 1792 1584 In |
revolutions there are only two sorts of men, those who ... 1958 1597 Revolutions
are brought about by men, by men who think as men of action and act as men of
|~bell hooks~ We carry out the revolution with a view to transforming the world |
and society; we must first and foremost ... ~Patrice Lumumba~ Revolutions are
brought about by men who think as men of action and act as men of thought.
|Marcos, Ferdinand E. Let the ruling classes tremble at a Communist revolution. |
The proletarians have ... Marx, Karl Revolutions are brought about by men, by
men who think as men of action and act as men of thought. - Nkrumah, Kwame
|Kwame Nkrumah said, "Thought without action is empty and action without |
thought is blind. " He says, "Revolutions are made by men who think as men of
action and act as men of thought. These are the only people who make revolution
|In the world of action the Revolution and the Reaction meet; both the |
revolutionary and the conservative are justifiably distrustful of thought. ... Sorel
feared that people will only dream of radical achievement; he wanted them to act
and reject thought, and he was an irrationalist ... ideals alive in the real world of
action; according to Marx the solution was to "act as men of thought and think as
men of action.
|Aristotle's Politics is a treatise on the subject of political science and government and is considered to be one of the greatest works on the subject from classical antiquity.|
|I think he is talking primarily about the behavior of benefactors of humanity, |
pacifists, and revolutionaries (or at any rate the ... Revolutionaries of the
Bolshevik variety will tell you that they want to take power in order to guarantee
the people their total freedom. Having brought about a revolution through
violence, they are led by an irresistible process to establish an ... of a classless
society and the revolutionary acts; but what men accomplish does not correspond
to what they intended.
|The Aristotelian Revolution, 750 BC-AD 1250 Prudence Allen ... Sex-polatity |
theorists argue that the sexes ought to be separated sometimes; they always
believe that the knowledge or wisdom of ... to assess the particular insights of the
earliest thinkers to consider the relation of thought, education, and sex identity. ...
In this context, then, the questions whether women or men have different
capacities for thinking or different data in the ... They began to classify different
kinds of action.
|Just as it is not seen as an emanation of human will simpliciter, so it is not |
brought about by conscious human planning. True it comes about by men's
actions in history; but what is going on here is always more than the men
themselves expect. ... In Hegel's critique of absolute freedom, we see him
squaring accounts with Rousseau and the French Revolution. ... In Marxist
thought, the bourgeois, and earlier political actors cannot understand the
significance of their acts; they do more ...