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|Interestingly, the Roman historian, Salust had written about this characteristic of |
the mind centuries ago. He had said, 'We employ the mind to rule, the body to
serve.' We employ the mind to rule, the body to serve. The former American ...
|Is ownership or possession the relationship that we are looking for? No, because |
it's a social relationship, and we are looking for a deeper metaphysical tie. Well,
what about ... We employ the mind to rule, the body to serve. — Sallust What is to
|In about 40 b.c. Sallust captured in a few succinct phrases that new image of |
what it is to be human—an image that has guided us ever since: All our power
lies in both mind and body; we employ the mind to rule, the body rather to serve;
|Your Design mind (right brain) attends to the melody of life, whereas your Sign |
mind (left brain) attends to the notes that ... Anthony All the resources we need
are in the mind - Roosevelt, Theodore We employ the mind to rule, the body to
|Sallust We employ the mind to rule, the body to serve. Sallust It is the part of a |
fool to say, I should not have thought. Scipio Africanus I'm never less at leisure
than when at leisure, or less alone than when alone. Scipio Africanus Though
|Chapter 7 Racial "Empowerment" All our power lies in both mind and body; we |
employ the mind to rule, the body rather to serve; the one we have in common
with the Gods, the other with the brutes. Sallust, The War with Cataline THE
| Of the mind we—employ the government—Animi imperio—utimur. "What the |
Deity is in the universe, the mind is in man; what matter is to the universe, the
body is to us; let the worse, therefore, serve the better."—Sen. Epist. lxv. Dux et ...
|The ideal choice for students and scholars alike, this volume provides the reader with more of the resources needed to understand Aristotle's argument than any other edition.|
|... of observation", include the "celestial regions" as well as small bodies that we |
can actually divide and those that can be distinguished only by our minds. Rules I
and II include an effort to 'justify' these extensions: According to Rule I, were
Nature to produce a given effect in one domain by cause C and in another by a
different cause c, it would be employing more which ". . .is in vain when less will
|To make coffee fit for use, you must employ the German filter,-pay at least four |
shillings the pound for it,-_and take at least an ounce' for two breakfast cups.” In
the next paragraphs from Kitchener we may substi' tute Dublin for London.
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