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Samuel I. Zeveloff, Lawrence Mikel Vause, William H. McVaugh - 1992 - 306 pages
|is here that I should enter BoswelPs sentence from his Corsica: "Where they |
make a desert, they call it peace." He found the line in Tacitus. The peace I find
resides in imagination, in the gentle whirling of my mind to the rhythm of walking,
Amartya Sen - 2011 - 155 pages
|of first century Britain: 'They make a wilderness and they call it peace.' This does |
not, however, indicate that the poverty, starvation and inequity of the Irish famines
had no long-run effects on violence in Ireland. Indeed, the memory of injustice ...
|Parnesius and Pertinax can negotiate with the Picts, winning time, making |
rational attempts to understand them, but in their ... voices, in different words, the
complaint of Tacitus's barbarian chieftain: "They make a wilderness and call it
|The Violence of France's Empire in the Algerian Sahara, 1844-1902 Benjamin |
Claude Brower. part 1 The “Pénétration Pacifique” of the Algerian Sahara, 1844–
52 a Solitudinem faciunt pacem appellant. [They make a desert and call it peace.]
|I. 'They. make. a. desert,. and. they. call. it. peace'. James Hutton was born in |
Edinburgh on 3 June 1726. He came into the world nine months before the death
of Isaac Newton. He had three sisters, Isabella, Jean and Sarah, and an older ...
|It was not until a century of peace had done its civilizing work that a voice of |
protest was lifted by Plutarch. ... They have ransacked the continents, and now
they must search the seas. ... when they have created a desert they call it ' peace.
|Robbery, butchery and rapine the liars call empire; and when they make a desert, |
they call it peace. In fact, in all colonial history we read of pacification; and this
has always meant the same thing: the use of armed might to reduce its victims to
|In nearly every quest there is a desert to cross or a jungle to conquer, there are |
always untold dangers. Such a venture calls for heroes; ... Tacitus saw this in the
first century: They make a desert and they call it peace.'19 There is a noughting, ...
|He concluded with a completely unrealistic plan to threaten the Americans with a |
huge army, which would make them ... to make a wilderness and call it peace: “
had we treated the Americans as we ought, and as they deserved, we should ...
|PEACE. THE HISTORY OF HUMANKIND is littered with the ruins generated by |
wars of conquest. Such wars, and the ... of its enemy Carthage—“Where they
make a desert, they call it peace”—are a solemn reminder that the quest for