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|... know what the critics arc. If you tell the truth they only say you're cynical and it |
does an author no good to get a reputation for cynicism. ... 26 Take heed of critics
even when they are not fair; resist them even when they are. JEAN ROSTAND ...
|Rostand, Jean The only things one can admire at length are those one admires |
without knowing why. - Rostand, Jean To be adult is to be alone. - Rostand, Jean
Take heed of critics even when they are not fair; resist them even when they are.
|It is a caution to Gospel-hardened hearers, who by listening imperviously have |
built up a resistance. ... Constructive criticism is one thing; this criticising attitude
is another; and God will not hold such hearers guiltless. "Take heed ...
Capernaum, Beth- saida, Jerusalem, all heard, yet would not ; and from them was
taken away even what they seemed to have. ... "Take heed, therefore, how ye
hear" — great blessings may hinge upon it, or painful chastisements, and even
|Surely, some of why we respect children's decisions can be explained by the |
thought that decision making helps them to ... Further, it would not explain the
residual justificatory obligation in cases in which justified paternalism takes place
. ... plans and demands would wane, even in cases where we thought the plans
were seriously (though not dangerously) flawed. ... to die should they become
demented, although while demented they resist this decision and affirm a
willingness to live.
|Not so unlike the nineteenth-century British Orientalism Said identifies, the |
fabulous tales of Columbus, Vespucci, ... Many poststructuralists argue that no
aesthetic act or epistemological labor can offer a counter-hegemonic resistance
... Vijay Mishra, in his essay "Postmodern Racism," complicates Lyotard's reading
of reality as a discursive construct by taking heed of ... one group's reading of a "
certain reality is different from another's even though they live within the same
Richard A. Horsley - 2008 - Preview
|Reclaiming the Bible as a History of Faithful Resistance Richard A. Horsley ... As |
poets they tell the truth, even in the face of empire, the truth that exploitation will
not work, that brutality offends the Holy One, that imperial power is limited and ...
|In the end, the French were very aware of the armed resistance but knew little of |
the artistic and intellectual underground. What, then ... Its real importance was not
its public impact. ... patriotic or moral—by a number of individuals who refused to
accept the occupation and felt the need to do something. ... Yet even if they
aspired to reach a larger audience, their main feat was to preserve a core of
decency among ... Even then, however, most collaborationists paid little heed to
|When I reflected on this I was inclined to keep silence, and not to assent to the |
brethren who were constantly adjuring tne to make ... But your influence is such,
my most faithful brother Macarius, that even the consciousness of my unfitness is
not sufficient to make me resist. ... But let them take heed what they are about in
their perversity and contentiousness. ... correct it critically letter for letter, and that
he should not keep by him a copy which has not received correction or criticism,
|... satirised memorably by James Lowell in his Fable for Critics: And the women |
he draws from one model don't vary, All sappy as ... were of no interest to Tussy;
focusing on the trou- ser roles, she barely noticed them.6 As Lawrence dryly
observed, ... muddy or dreary; no one has wet feet or toothache and no one ever
feels lthy, even when they can't wash for a week. ... to Tussy, ercely resistant as
she was to brushing her hair or taking heed of Lenchen's instructions to sit down
|The holy and venerable Anselm, nowise unruffled with the disdainful, and even |
hostile reception given him by the lady ... considering that it was a less perilous
matter to defy the English king, than to offer resistance to the English primate. "
Daughter," said the archbishop, looking earnestly on Matilda, " thou art fair of face
, and art, I doubt me not, altogether well ... to take heed to thy ways, and set a
watch on the doors of thy tongue, lest the perverse words that ever and anon
escape thee, ...