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|Anyone so disposed to think had best blame the world, and not the salesman's |
methods. The salesman has to take the world as it is, not as it ought to be, and
make good among people as he finds them. The salesman's dope is like the
|Emperor Nero, This world is nothing unless it tend to another. ... We must take the |
world as it is, not as it ought to be. J. B. Labat. The world is composed of
innumerable particles, or atoms. Moschus. The judgment of the world stands
|In Contested Creations in the Book of Job: the-world-as-it-ought- and -ought-not-to-be Abigail Pelham examines the perspectives on creation presented by Job’s characters and explores the challenges to their certainties about creative ...|
|To consider a thing rationally means not to bring reason to bear on the object |
from the outside and so to tamper with it, but ... the "Will": While Intelligence
merely proposes to take the world as it is, Will takes steps to make the world what
it ought ...
|To set up an optimal world semantics for 'ought to be' statements, we take a |
proper subset of the set of all possible worlds ... But since 'ought to be' does not
imply 'ought to do', we cannot infer that Thelma ought to help John in this world ...
|Thomas Piketty's findings in this ambitious, original, rigorous work will transform debate and set the agenda for the next generation of thought about wealth and inequality.|
|Platonic Idealism asserted that the world does not depend upon subjectivity to be |
what it ought to be. In other ... Self-objectification seems to be a trivial result if we
take subjectivity as a mere vehicle for actualizing universal objective Notions.
|But, Sir, to return your Argument ; You fee no ot her Means left (taking the World |
as we now find, it) to make Men throughly and impartially examine a Religion^
which they embraced upon fuch Inducements as ought to have no fway at all in
|Reply Obj. 2: The dead, if we consider their natural condition, do not know what |
takes place in this world, especially the interior movements of the ... Objection 1: It
would seem that we ought not to ask for anything definite when we pray to God.
|In comparison, “the belief that the world as it ought to be is, really exists, is a |
belief of the unproductive who do not ... his most compelling thoughts must
someday become things, and will discuss Hegel's use of similar reasoning in