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|(Goethe, Faust I, lines 1112–1117) That contempt is primitive can be seen in the |
way it attaches to the physical self. Racists usually exaggerate and ... Sometimes
the only cure for contempt is countercontempt. (H. L. Mencken) Theories of ...
|The only cure for contempt is countercontempt. Americans will be liberated from |
English leading strings only when England comes to grief in the grand manner.
They have survived the discovery that the English are deadbeats, and they have
|The only cure for contempt is counter-contempt. - Mencken, H. L. The older I grow |
the more I distrust the familiar doctrine that age brings wisdom. - Mencken, H. L.
Don't overestimate the decency of the human race. - Mencken, H. L. The cure for
|For not only does her expression of rage at and contempt for ... desire to talk back |
to the humiliating mother, returning the mother's contempt with the daughter's
countercontempt. ... she is the highly renowned and powerful author, Jamaica
Kincaid, an individual Antiguans treat in a "very respectful" way (Muirhead 45).
|Only in your dreams. “' This is how ... This new rule can provide a rational “should|
” to counter the irra— tional “should.” It argues ... On the other hand, its antidote
counters self-contempt with constructive, finmnd-mouirzg action. Here is an ...
|Janette had by this time also been engaged in a long-term, highly destructive |
relationship with her body, which she could not love, only treat with hatred and
contempt. Counter-transference As professionals, we come to the workplace with
|The Notice of Appeal, as drafted by Ian King, had indeed focused on liability as a |
ground of appeal just as much as quantum. ... of appeal documents to Watts &
Watts, writing at the same time to turn down their settlement proposal without
making any counter-offer. ... by comparing diary availability and encouraging
them to treat some matters as more urgent than others, would never be fully
known to Alex ...
|A Scientifically-based Marital Therapy John Mordechai Gottman ... In the example |
we see a common form of defensiveness, counter-complaining, or
counterattacking when attacked. ... He attacks and adds a dash of contempt at the
same time (using words like explode and tantrum, which imply that she is an out-
of-control child). ... It almost seems like an attempt at humor or teasing, but only
one person ...
|If, in the second prosecution, the Government can prove the second charge only |
by proving the same elements of the crime for which the ... If the respondent is
tried first for contempt of court for violating the stay-away provision and tried
subsequently for the criminal offense of ... As a result, the respondent is instead
charge with a two- charge criminal count including the new assault and the
violation of the ...
|The only way left for him to discharge his shame and aggression is to do to others |
what was done to him. • Turning ... The child learns to blame in order to counter
blame received from others. ... Contempt. Contempt, unlike rage, is not a naturally
occurring affective response to shame. The most essential ... When children
observe a parent treat someone else contemptuously (that is, the other parent, a
sibling), they become vulnerable to taking on this way of treating others