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|The Morality of Woman and Other Essays, "The Woman of the Future" (191 1). 17 |
The enemy of idealism is zealotry. NEIL KINNOCK (b. 1942), British Labour
politician. Quoted in: Observer (London, 27 Dec. 1987). IS It is the style of
idealism to ...
|An idealistic zealot, he was not. Against him, the Trial Office ... Al Surprenant did |
not believe that any U.S. combat troops should ever be hauled before a court-
martial and accused of mistreating the enemy. As far as Al was concerned, the ...
|The modern word zealot derives from a fanatical Jewish group known as the |
Zealots, which fought against the Roman ... which became known as the
Assassins, undertook political violence to vanquish their Christian enemies and
hasten the ...
|evocatio,. whereby a vanquished enemy had the option of worshipping itsgod in |
Rome. ... In the yearstocome, the Jews would begin to distance themselvesas
much as possiblefrom the revolutionary idealism that had led tothewar with Rome
|These collaborationists, whether they were idealistic or merely opportunistic, |
could for a time seem to have history on their sides ... He does not point out that
Zealots can also use their spines to inflict wounds on the enemy, despite his
|He added: 'It simply proves yet again that the greatest enemy of radicalism is |
zealotry. When idealism is made to look like extremism it is the ideals that are
discredited.'13 Labour's own research suggested that the Conservative's attack
on the ...
|Idealism also can miss the forest for the trees. ... The enemy of our souls wants to |
snare the pure in heart with an idealism that is so utopian, it is out of touch; with a
religious ... It was a band of zealots, whose misguided 39 The Heart of a King.
|She was the natural music ofthe world, and he had wagered her in the name of |
blind idealism. He resented ... She had declared these coworkers her people,
except for the human resources director, who was already an enemy. Alice had ...
|At this stage of his life he was known to be a member of the underground army |
called the Zealots. According to the ... The Zealots were too idealistic. Instead, he
... Only in the way they murdered Romans and other political enemies did their
methods differ from Jair and Amir knives instead of guns and bombs. "The