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|... a temporary or physical reality, and so deceive us into substituting the Fugitive |
and Temporary for the ever-changing Permanence. ... The growing
rationalization of thought, seeing with a trust in Life that casts out fear,
recognizing such a Cosmic ... It is, more often than not, sheer cowardice and
ignorance - the essence of superstition - that bring lack of trust and faith ... them of
a natural placidity within which the intelligence may rest tranquil, as if rocked in
the cradle of great thoughts.
|His only weapon is iron his heroes seem forever doomed to se deceit, to |
rationalizing their weakness until they seem like virtues. ... In the prese book, a
Free French intelligence age tums traitor and yet convinces himst that he has
won a personal badge courage. ... His now deranged mind pretenti that his
cowardice was really a mean of making himself more useful to Franc: He ranges
from total fear to ...
|Man cannot choose his height or whether he is ugly or pretty but he can decide |
whether he will be a coward or a hero, ... but that which he makes of himself
Before that projection of the self nothing exists; not even in the heaven of
intelligence; ... 2 He goes on to expose what he calls the phenomena of self-
deception in which man rationalizes his iniquitous ... "Anti-Semitism, in a word, is
fear of man's fate.
|Strauss sought to incorporate this idea in his interpretation without permitting it to overwhelm or exhaust his exegesis of The Prince and the Discourses on the First Ten Books of Livy.|
|The Psychopath Test is a fascinating journey through the minds of madness. Jon Ronson's exploration of a potential hoax being played on the world's top neurologists takes him, unexpectedly, into the heart of the madness industry.|
|But my employee had free access to large collections of news letters, intelligence |
reports, foreign and domestic newspapers, scientific and military publications ... If
they could deceive journalists by straight- eyed lying and appeals to sympathy,
could they not deceive Government officials? ... I am sure that if Mr. Budzislawski
ever decided he had laid a bet on a lame horse, he would rationalize himself into
other loyalties. My experience taught me that communists are craven cowards.