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|standardbearers of the dominant ideology, which in turn made them vulnerable to |
be prey of the culture they represent. ... As Karl Popper observed, 'those who
promise us paradise on earth never produced anything but a hell', and hence ...
|24 Utopia The Austrianborn philosopher Karl Popper once remarked: “Those |
who promise us paradise on earth never produced anything but a hell.” Since the
time of Plato at least,therehasbeen noshortageof visionaries, mysticsandcranks ...
|Those who promise us paradise on earth never produced anything but a hell. -|
Karl Popper History has shown that the grandiose expectations of the elites are
almost always confounded by what actually does happen. They always propose
|One spake truly, that the tears of hell are not sufficient to bewail the loss of |
heaven. ... reply, Though we may not ascend with thee unto glory, yet let us have
thy presence on earth : let us be any where, so thou, ... made ours recoverable by
Christ, which is not granted to them, let us studiously seek an entrance into that
eternal rest. ... Here is no fiery sword to keep us out: we care not to seek where
that paradise is which we lost, but this we both care ... Patience shall never be a
loser by it.
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|The menace of Communism lies primarily in those areas of American life where |
the promise of democracy remains unfulfilled. ... Let us compare living standards
in America, which Mr. Truman still seems to find so deplorable, and living
standards in ... But shouldn't someone tell Mr. Truman that in Moscow, even
before the Nazi invasion, only one family in seventeen ... Must everything be
absolutely perfect here, must we produce a paradise on earth, to keep people
from clamoring for ...
|... O virgin of Israel.88 These are the words of God, by which he promises that the |
Saviour coming into the world shall establish a ... but according to his mercy he
saved us, 89 by that ancient, yea, eternal, charity which moved his divine
Providence to ... are like to those birds, which for their beauty and rarity are called
birds-of-paradise, never seen on earth but dead. ... buried in hell, seeing that the
same effect which death has on men, separating them everlastingly from this
mortal life, ...
|Lewis, Jerry Lee Hell hath no limits, nor is circumscrib'd one self place; for where |
we are is Hell, and where Hell is, there must we ever be. ... Mead, Margaret
Those who promise us paradise on earth never produced anything but a hell.
|These filthy dreamer* dream then selves into a fool's paradise on earth, and into |
a real hell at last ; let their character, course, and end, be our seasonable and
sufficient warning ; like sin* will produce like punishments and miseries. [1.] They
defile the ... of no man, Tit. iii. 2. but it is a great aggravation of the sin of evil-
speaking, when what we say is pointed at magistrates, men whom God has set in
authority over us, whom by blaspheming, or speaking evil of, we blaspheme God
|Described by the philosopher A.J. Ayer as a work of 'great originality and power', this book revolutionized contemporary thinking on science and knowledge.|