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|The valor that struggles is better than the weakness that endures. - Hegel, Georg |
The true courage of civilized nations is readiness for sacrifice in the service of the
state, so that the individual counts as only one amongst many. The important ...
1915 - 300 pages
|It is the duty of every good man to protest against what is amiss. j£e<nae <§£•./. A |
man protesting against error is ... with all men that believe in truth. <$«<<4*£ The
valor that struggles against a wrong is better than the weakness that endures it.
|The valor that struggles is better than the weakness that endures. — Hegel. THE |
SEAMEN'S CONVENTION (Continued from page 37) place of courage. 42
February, 1926 THE SEAMEN'S JOURNAL GASSING STRIKERS IN POLAND
|Men of Valor Empowered! ... “We“We thenthen thatthat areare strongstrong |
oughtought toto bearbear thethe infirmitiesinfirmities ofof thethe weak,weak, . ... In
a world ofpower struggles, power lunches and power powers, it has surely been
demonstrated that we do indeed live in a ... Jesus explained to the twelve
disciples that they were not to think themselves better than anyone else, or even
expect to be ...
|While an act of great physical valor is always admired, the courage that displays |
itself in silent effort, daring to endure all and ... and develops from his
weaknesses a strong, perfected character has exhibited more courage than he
would have done in an ... The patriots of the Revolutionary days, both soldier and
private citizen, displayed wonderful physical and moral courage in their unequal
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - 1998 - 636 pages
|wide criticism both from Western and Eastern scholars.|
|She has survived from this war, and from all her age long struggle not by chance, |
but by the power of law. That nation stands today unconquered because she is
founded upon principles more enduring than the rocky shores on which ...
Beyond the valor of her soldiers, the vigilance of her sailors, of the sagacity of her
statesmen, Britain depends upon the power ... The war has proved how far
Treitschke was wrong, how the British breed despite of all apparent weakness
were true to the ...
|Tp wk were asked to give the definition of bravery, we would probably say at |
once, that deeds of valor performed was a suitable ... If we give the subject a
second thought, we must admit that there are more ways than one to be brave. ...
We are all born in sin, and often do we inherit some special weakness, that if
developed as the years pass, will become a thorn ... We must struggle though
against it, and if we become victorious through incessant resistance, then, indeed
, are we brave.
Ellen Rosand - 2007 - 447 pages
|Forza, senno, valor ben poco vale, Che se il Fato dissente, e tutto vano. To |
triumph, Fortitude arms itself in vain, To triumph, human Prudence is weak. ... Of
all creatures that breathe and walk on the earth, there is nothing more helpless
than a man is. of all that ... and his knees have spring in them; but when the
blessed gods bring sad days upon him, against his will he must suffer it with
|If none other existed, the fact is patent that the workman's children are better |
breeders than those of the nabob. ... begets in men debauchery and
physiological degradation; in women, weakness, hysteria, and general good-for-