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|“People who are not in love fail to understand how an intelligent man can suffer |
because of a very ordinary woman. This is like being surprised ... “The bonds that
unite another person to our self exist only in our mind.” “The only real voyage of ...
|Author: Luigi Pirandello 1867-1936, Italian Author, Playwright (biote: The bonds |
that unite another person to our self exist only in our mind. Author: Marcel Proust
1871-1922, French Novelist Qiote: some of the biggest challenges in ...
|Proust, Marcel People have many different kinds of pleasure. The real one is that |
for which they will forsake ... Proust, Marcel The bonds that unite another person
to our self exist only in our mind. - Proust, Marcel It is always during a passing ...
|Proust, who dwelled for hundreds ofpages as a self consumed with longing and |
lost presences, still could not find fulfillment for his longing, illusory all: The bonds
that unite another person to ourselves exist only in our mind. Memory as it ...
|(There is only one such whole: for, if there were two, then they would still be |
related, at least in being not each other, and so there ... The ideas in our mind
reflect in their necessary structures the necessary structures in things which
account for the ... wholes irreducible to sense encounters with the world, so also
our moral sentiments unite people into social wholes. ... as the utilitarians assert,
but the individual also exists for the sake of the state. no person is an atom,
independent of all ...
|Brother Jasper was just as intelligent as those who insist on this balance of trade |
nonsense. ... Editor United States Int estor- Having read your reply to Mr. P. W.
Ferguson.of Worcester, N. Y.,of July 7, 1900, I am still puzzled on ... same
character, must be growing rich, it is not clear to my mind why the rule you apply
to the South American republics, viz., "the poor ... The lever of self-interest, from
my business experience, has never yet prompted men to surrender knowingly
valuables for ...
|ourselves and for our families we must make the world safe for other families? ... |
The proposal seems just and equitable. ... McAdoo's proposal that the United
States government issue about a billion and a half dollars of new bonds instead
of ... Where is the Russian Talleyrand who can persuade the Russian people to
restore the fine old system whereby self-support ... mind William Kent's remark
that “if one wants to keep a footman, one should have him killed and stuffed so
that other ...
|I cannot but bring to your mind those days when the whole of Eastern Asia from |
Burma to Japan was united with India in the closest tie of friendship, the only
natural tie which can exist between nations. ... our relation was not that of self-
interest, of exploration and spoliation of each other's pockets; ideas and ideals
were exchanged, gifts of the ... and races belonging to different lands and
languages and histories acknowledged the highest unity of man and the deepest
bond of love.
|It is in your blood, in the marrow of your bones, in the texture of your flesh, in the |
tissue of your brains; and it must ... Once you did solve the problems of man to
your own satisfaction, you had your philosophy of life and evolved your ... to
Japan was united with India in the closest tie of friendship, the only natural tie
which can exist between nations. ... We did not stand in fear of each other; we
had not to arm ourselves to keep each other in check; our relation was not that of