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|A book that left an indelible mark on an entire generation of readers, Cat’s Cradle is one of the twentieth century’s most important works—and Vonnegut at his very best. From the Trade Paperback edition.|
|After hearing a talk on the importance of men becoming effective leaders in their |
homes, fifteen men came up to me and asked: “What have you written on this?” I
had no answer for these men. Like Einstein, I had nothing to say. At least nothing
|thing to be and not to be; for if a man were mistaken on this point he would have |
contrary opinions at the same time. ... if our opponent will only say something;
and if he says nothing, it is absurd to seek to give an account of our views to one
|When JB took the microphone, he said, “There's two people a man always has a |
problem pleasing, but he always tries, ... she met JB on the Solid Gold TV show
set, his career was at a low point and how she had built him back from nothing.
|One reason is that he can make nothing of the distinction so central to |
Cappadocian ontology between ousia and hypostasis: 'I do not know what
distinction they wish to make' (V.10). Certainly, it is unfair to say that he gets
nothing of the point ...
|It is certain that, when I point at an object I am seeing & say "That's a match-box" |
or "There's a match-box", I am referring to some object or set of ... But suppose,
when you go nearer & point unmistakably, he says "But there's nothing there !
|VI It is not easy, it must be said, to see how the position developed in the second |
thread of Bradley's argument is meant to relate to ... For instance, in 'Floating
Ideas and the Imaginary', one of the key sources for his thought on this point, he
says that a floating idea may ... in which it is true that there is a round square, or
one in which the idea of 'nothing' is true.13 What he says in the first case, for
|cumstances he “will do what he can” to please Him, as the woman whom our |
Lord commended. ... But all this, I say, is nothing to our present purpose; for if a
man does right, not for religion's sake but the world's sake, though he happens to
|King had considered this advice sufficiently, and saw how well it corresponded |
wkh events* he recalled Dr Gardiner from ... he would * do somewhat for your
Highness, and yet, when it ' cometh to the point, nothing he doth : I dare not ' say
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