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|(Roman) Rarely does punishment, even at a slow pace, fail to overtake the |
criminal in his flight. (Roman) Strange sins, strange punishments. (Roman) That
fear may reach all, punish but a few. (Roman) The best way to avoid punishment
is to ...
|Proverb He who fears to suffer, suffers from fear. - Proverb That fear may reach all|
, punish but few. - Proverb A scalded cat dreads cold water. - Proverb Acts of
kindness may soon be forgotten, but the memory of an offense remains. - Proverb
|... however fertile, can yield no fruit without cultivation, so r either can the mind |
without education (Seneca) ut ameris, ... conduct yourself) (Terence) ut metus ad
omnes, pcena ad paucos perveniret: that fear may reach all, punish but a few ut ...
|of God upon all (from whence only the good issue can be hoped for) may a |
vicious person be so reclaimed, as to ... gav.e so particular directions how to
punish offenders in such and such kinds, that others might hear and fear and do
no more so wickedly. And in all equal government, it is the design of penal laws
that the terror might reach to all, the punishment itself but to ... of offenders to a
paucity; we should rejoice to see that there needed to be but few examples made
in such kinds.
|Their practices are but expositions upon our natures. ... Though God's |
forbearance towards some shows that sometimes he can spare sinners, yet his
punishing others .... Though punishment should reach but a few, yet fear should
|But the fear can gradually be tempered by hope, and reduced as we grow in |
Christhood and in love for God, because Christ, by surrendering Himself in His
human nature to death, has made it not only a punishment but a doorway to life.
... I am sure you are among those chosen few ... are being asked to reach out
invisibly to all those who are in such bitter need of spiritual help today—and this
is so much ...
|It may be dangerous—not merely to the person speaking, but even to the cause |
of Truth—that truth should be prematurely ... In regard to the punishment of Death
itself, the following paper will speak more efficiently than the writer of these few
prefatory ... denied by Mr. Bentham, but admitted by him, as far as relates to the
influence of the fear of death on malefactors. ... to their imagination and their
passions; they cannot be acted upon at all, they fife out of the reach of all moral
|It may be dangerous — not merely to the person speaking, but even to the cause |
of Truth — that truth should be prematurely spoken. There is a time for all things :
and, even truth itself, if thrust upon prejudiced and unwilling ears, may not be ... In
regard to the punishment of Death itself, the following paper will speak more
efficiently than the writer of these few prefatory ... denied by Mr. Bentham, but
admitted by him, as far as relates to the influence of the fear of death on
|Recall those Grants, and 'ye are ready to surrender ours; resume all-or none: 'Tis |
next to Demonflration that 'these ... or that the People consented tri those Things'
which they did not think fit to punish: But wise Princes see through all this; they ...
that lnspections which look too far backward, produce nothing; that a few may
complain without Reason, but that there is ... of (former JMiPersons have been
frightened from reaching at grgat Offenders, and even the best Patriots, by seeing
l l l i ...