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|Carried out, it finally amounts to this, which I also believe: “That government is |
best which governs not at all”; and when men are prepared for it, that will be the
kind of ... (Thoreau) To inherit property is not to be born—it is to be stillborn,
|That would have been the shortest way of telling them that they would not |
understand my explanations. How absurd that, though I probably ... To inherit
property is not to be born—is to be still-born rather. March 2.1 Ah! then, as I was
rising this ...
|Thoreau, Henry David To inherit property is not to be born -- it is to be still-born, |
rather. - Thoreau, Henry David Write while the heat is in you. The writer who
postpones the recording of his thoughts uses an iron which has cooled to burn a
|To be supported by the charity of friends or a government pension is to go into |
the almshouse. To inherit property is not to be born—is to be still-born rather. And
the other, as I said, provided you continue to breathe, is to go into the almshouse.
|that so the life be not a failure- For instance a poet must sustain his body with his |
poetry. ... pension is to go into the almshouse- To inherit property is not to be born
-is to be still-born rather & the other as I said provided you continue to breathe ...
|A man may acquire a taste for wine or brandy, and so lose his love for water, but |
should we not pity him? 12-Mar-1852 The gods can never ... To inherit property is
not to be born,—is to be stillborn rather. 14-Mar-1860 No sooner has the ice of ...
|All four Sunni schools had held that the stillborn child of such an assault was |
entitled to a compensatory sum (ghirrah) paid by ... the Hanafi school extended
this rule and concluded that the stillborn child had a general right of inheritance
that then was ... from the official teaching of all four schools, maintaining that the
stillborn has no right to property, not even that of ghirrah. Rather, ghirrah was
redefined as a payment to the mother to which she alone is entitled as
compensation for the ...
|Inheritance: Nothing in law prevents a person from owning property before he is |
born. But this is necessarily contingent ... Interests rather than rights of child not
yet conceived are protected in English law. In other words, a distinction has to be
|... rather pathetic existence; his second wife left him (his first wife had died giving |
birth to a still-born child) although not before he had frittered away the bulk of her
inheritance, and he mainly expended his energies on continually moving to
evade creditors (although not quickly enough ... ('property' and 'ownness' or '
belonging distinctively to oneself) - in order to insist on (rather than demonstrate)
a claim ...
|The law of England has not defined the meaning f the term birth, in reference to |
civil jurisprudence; but if we are to be guided y ... is born alive, or has come
entirely into be world in a living state, may by the English law inherit and transmit
property o its ... The following case has been adduced by Dr. Locock in support of
(his view, although the question here was rather in ... Certainly the birth was not
completed until the Sunday : — the child was still partly within the mother; the
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