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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|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 ...
|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
|Ignorant of the fact that these guys were merely the exercise enemy, I was |
convinced they were ... Since the IRA and other idealistic zealots were
particularly active in BAOR at this time, the failure to give out this information was
|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 ...
James Curran, Julian Petley, Ivor Gaber - 2005 - 316 pages
|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 ...
|... 344-351 collective ambivalence in, 343-351 counterproductive tactics in, 114-|
117 defectors in, 344-351 demonization of enemy in, 85-87 idealistic evil in. See
Idealistic evil instrumental evil in, 101-103 moral dilemmas in, 255-256, 265-266
myth of pure evil in, 84-88 obedience to immoral ... See Bosnian conflict Zealots.
|It is impossible to attribute such excesses of zeal entirely to the ignorance of the |
zealots. ... Whoever carries the idealist position to its "logical conclusion," namely,
that only the mind actually exists, is an enemy worthy of respect (e.g., Berkeley) ...