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|Presents the eighteenth century French philosopher's views on society and the relationship between the individual and the state|
|If a person makes a decision in line with what she has previously experienced, |
done, or decided up until this time, then we do feel justified in ... a decision to a
person, when that decision (ideally) is fully in line with what that person thinks,
feels, and has done in her life so far. ... Many decisions that people make are just
not authentic, they are the result of pressures, like time, or random factors, and so
|In almost all our parishes there can be found people responsible for the liturgy—|
priests and laity—who still think that the reason why ... Indeed, in the seventies
and eighties, they went so far as to encourage “liturgical creativity” in parishes
and seminaries, claiming that the ... us to ask two questions today: — Can a
person break free of the liturgical rites established by the Church without risk to
|The idea, and I know this sounds pretentious, is that the pursuit of truth requires |
that professors be free to go wherever that pursuit leads them, ... It seems clear,
too, that job insecurity is what keeps many people from saying what they think.
|He is asked whether he thinks Sir Charles Price's practice was attended with a |
good effeet? ... Yes; but he lived in a very profuse way, and when he died, his afi'
airs were found to he dilapidated, as far as that went; but as far as this operated,
they were improved. ... ln point of fact, is the free black man in the towns, so far as
regards the possession of the means of livelihood and the actual comforts of life,
|I debated about sending this E-mail because many people are not receiving the |
conflicting E-mails about the Fire the Grid event, and I did not want to confuse
people. ... so I thought I would send this E-mail to everyone on our E-mail list and
let people share this information with whomever they choose. This is ... So far, I
have received about six different, urgent, alarmist warnings about this event: One
person thinks this activity of Light will remove our free will, fry the grid, blow
|But I know that many people think in their hearts that no one can shun them of |
himself, because man is born in sins, and therefore without power to shun them
of himself. ... of goods, from hell a continual influx of evils; and because he is in
the middle, he is free to think good or to think evil. ... In so far therefore as a man
uses that freedom to think that he wishes to shun evils because they are sins, and
|They have Carnac Syndrome! Here's how it works: The person with CS thinks the |
other should just know how they feel—should know (instinctively? telepathically?
magically?) ... I would go so far as to say that if Stopping the bleeding //79.
|I have no ability to grasp what fear is, so when I say, “Go sit in a cemetery at night |
alone to get over fear”, they perhaps ... If I detect spirits and supernatural aspects
I would suggest that, but no luck so far. If there ... That means nothing in contrast
to how a normal human being not in neurosis thinks. ... This is a comment from a
person who downloaded for free volume 2 off the pirate site I put my texts on and
|Many people think money started when governments passed laws decreeing |
something to be money. ... However, the clues to understanding money, its origin
and its importance for economics are contained in the theories developed so far.
... is in flux and when men act they bring about further changes (f) Value —
individuals have preferences (2) Everyone acts consciously, purpos- ively to
attain various ...