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|If I do not like what my local community does, be it in sewage disposal, or zoning, |
or schools, I can move to another local ... The power to do good is also the power
to do harm ; those who control the power today may not tomorrow; and, more ...
|Examines the nature of the relationship which exists between a society based on competitive capitalism and the political and economic freedoms of its citizens|
|From time to time, the distribution of relative amounts of power in a society |
changes. ... have a whole new magnitude of power to do good, and also a whole
new magnitude of power to do harm, which we saw in the teratogenic
|For the temporal power can do no harm, I since it has nothing to do with |
preaching and faith and the first three Commandments. But the spiritual power
does harm not only when it does wrong, but also when it neglects its duty and
busies itself ...
|The essays investigate the need to rethink contemporary healthcare practices in ways that can bring the art and science of medicine back into sorely needed balance.|
Lactantius, Anthony Bowen, Peter Garnsey - 2003 - Preview
|gates of every household, and they get themselves called genii (that is the Latin |
for demons). ... They think that when gods lay off doing harm (and harm is all they
have the power to do), then they are doing good. ... they occupy, and the words of
the good are like whips, flogging them not only into admission that they are
demons but also into revealing the cult titles that are used for them in their
|Political power, like spiritual power, is regarded as ambivalent since it can be |
used to do good or to inflict harm. Hence ... By the same token, religious
specialists who can effect spiritual cures are also presumed to have the power to
|Or it can be unsupportive, and do nothing to foster the prospects of its inhabitants, |
so that they have nothing to choose between. Liberals condemn ... But we also
have the power to do things that do not involve harming others. Hence 'power to'
|This powerful suggestion entered into his subconsciousmind because he |
accepted it completely. Myrelative also toldmethatthiscrystal gazer was
believedto have some strange occult powers, and he could do harm or good to a
person.He died ...
|The arguments set forth by Cheysson had to do with the needs of administrators |
and lawmakers intent on assessing ... The law is a double-edged sword: while it
has great power to do good, it can also do great harm in inexperienced hands.