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|Huxley, Aldous Thought must be divided against itself before it can come to any |
knowledge of itself. - Huxley, Aldous Sooner or later, false thinking brings wrong
conduct. - Huxley, Julian S. Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his ...
|3 A thought which does not result in an action is nothing much, and an action |
which does not proceed from a thought is ... 18 Thought must be divided against
itself before it can come to any knowledge of itself ALDOUS HUXLEY (1694-1963
|No man can force himself to believe, and, what's more, Mr. Tracy, I do not ihink |
that any man or woman ever acquired faith until they saw results. ... Why, I
thought you must have faith in order to get results. ... Then there is still another
form of faith which comes with the knowledge of how the demonstration was
made — this we call an understanding faith. ... Mr. Tracy, in those seven words, 'A
house divided against itself cannot stand,' lies the whole theory of demonstration,
which is just ...
|... power itself. Can so great a wickedness be the symbol of anything in us, or in |
any who confess the name of J esus? ... From this knowledge oftheir thoughts the
Lord proceeds to show the fallacy of their explanation, and then the wickedness
of their charge. He answered ... This, too, must be in harmony within itself, in
order that it may stand ; but if it be divided against itself it must come to desolation
|In Three Books, of Thought, of Investigation, and of Knowledge Hermann Lotze |
Bernard Bosanquet ... Now no development is imaginable without a definite
direction which it takes in contrast to others which it does not take ; but it is ... for
the unity which develops itself to receive this direction from without ; it must be
determined by the nature of that unity itself. ... us to see why the second stage of
the development, in which that from which we started is as it were divided against
itself, was ...
|Knowledge. of. the. heart. “Lord, you know all things” All the Evangelists assert |
that Jesus knew men's hearts. It will suffice to recall a few of the well-known
scenes. When the lame man is lowered down before Jesus through the opened
roof and Jesus first of all heals him of his sins, the ... “Knowing their thoughts, he
said to them: 'Every kingdom divided against itself is laid waste. ... “But he knew
their thoughts and said to the man who had the withered hand, 'Come and stand
|12: 28 then the k of God has come 13: 11 knowledge ofthe secrets ofthe k 13: 19 |
hears the message about thek 13: 24 .... Isa 45: 23 Before me every k will bow;
Ro 14: 11 'everyk will bow before me; Php 2: 10 name ofJesus every k should
bow, ... yourk come. “Any k divided against itself will himself,how can his k stand?
then the k of God has come to you. seek his k, ... will fail and the people thought
that the k rise against nation,and k against k. you know that the k of God is near.
until it ...
|cannot taste, nor can you smell or feel it-it is not apprehensible to any of the |
physical senses. ... Truth is the only possible knowledge that man can possess,
because knowledge that is not based upon truth would be false and would ... he
usual find that "A house divided against itself cannot stand," and he frequently
must suffer severely before he learns that he cannot violate spiritual laws with
impunity. ... Mind is static energy, thought is dynamic energy-the two phases of
the same thing.
|A Sourcebook in Christian Political Thought, 100-1625 Oliver O'Donovan, Joan |
Lockwood O'Donovan ... clear that there is one and the same God, who sent the
prophets and then sent the Son and called us into his knowledge. ... For that the
kingdom must be divided and thus come to ruin the Lord declares when he says:
"Every kingdom divided against itself is ... out without hands; and as he does
himself say: "The feet were indeed the one part iron, the other part clay, until the
|the nature of universality as it passes from knowledge to morality, universality |
retains its conceptual foundation. ... The demand comes to sublime feeling from
the demand to be communicated inscribed in the form of the moral law, and this
latter demand is authorized by the simple fact that the ... Violent, divided against
itself, it is simultaneously fascination, horror, and elevation. ... The communication
of the beautiful does not refer to any concept; this is why the critique must deduce