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|Claudius. “No one is free who does not lord over himself.” “Say not always what |
you know, but always know what you say.” “To do nothing evil is good; to wish
nothing evil is better.” “Acquaintance lessens fame.” “No one is more miserable ...
|Webster's edition of this classic is organized to expose the reader to a maximum number of difficult and potentially ambiguous English words.|
|Claudius No one is more miserable than the person who wills everything and can |
do nothing. Claudius Say not always what you know, but always know what you
say Claudius To do nothing evil is good; to wish nothing evil 11.
|It goes without saying that whoever loves something, he also wishes to do it good|
. And that which does good is in every respect better than that which does not do
good. But nothing is better than the good. Now, God is generally accepted as ...
|Nothing can be more forcibly brought against "Free-will," than this passage of |
Ecclesiasticus, considered together with the fall of Adam. But we have ... For here
, the victory over evil is ascribed unto that, which neither wills nor wishes for good
|Though the path may be paved with good intentions, the modern "virtue" of "|
tenderness," when it "is detached from the source of tenderness" and deprived of
... Shaw's Tanner urges the rise of the "Superman" who is essential to man's
improvement and without whom progress will be no more than a broken promise.
... If science is right, then one thing stands firm: science wishes to know nothing of
|It is far better to have a heart to do good and want ability for it than have ability for |
it and want a heart to it: The desire of a ... with evil; they may be visited with
sickness or other afflictions, but there shall be no evil in them, nothing to hurt
|mcnts, and good will, and all that they desire they obtain very easily, because |
they wish nothing wrong. But no ... Men have always freedom ; and the more of it
as they lead their minds towards divine things. ... that God gives to every one
freedom to do evil, as well as good, whichsoever he will ; and thou sayest also,
that God ...
|Proclus' Doctrine of Evil and Its Roots in Ancient Platonism John Phillips ... And if |
he wishes to furnish all things with participation in the Good, then nothing in the
All is completely evil, so that there is nothing that is disorderly, beyond
Providence, or unlimited ... It is not right for what is good to do anything except
what is good.
|But from time to time grant me—assuming that there are heavenly patronesses |
beyond good and evil—a glimpse, grant me just one ... We see today nothing that
wishes to become greater, we sense that things are still going downhill, downhill
—into something thinner, more ... do not feel any anger towards them, these good
lambs, as a matter of fact, we love them: nothing is more tasty than a tender lamb.