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|2 Wherever the citizen becomes indifferent to his fellows, so will the husband be |
to his wife, and the father of a family toward the members of his household. KARL
WILHELM VON HUMBOLDT (1 767-1835). German statesman, philologist.
|Cowley, Abraham Wherever the citizen becomes indifferent to his fellows, so will |
the husband be to his wife, and the father of a family toward the members of his
household. - Humboldt, Karl Wilhelm Von I have protracted my work till most of ...
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|And again: "But wherever the citizen becomes indifferent to his fellows, so will the |
husband be to his wife, and the father of the family towards the members of his
household," (p. 21) for "the happiness for which man is plainly destined is no ...
|Humboldt, Karl Wilhelm Von Wherever the citizen becomes indifferent to his |
fellows, so will the husband be to his wife, and the father of a family toward the
members of his household. - Humboldt, Karl Wilhelm Von However great an evil
|I recently heard this bit of nonsense from a Moscow-based journalist as a |
supplement to his initial "Hi," when he ... This absurd sounding phrase had
become popular among Russians after former Bulgarian communist leader Todor
... short. of. motherhood. can. be. a. daunting. challenge. Europe's. nuclear. family
. With. few. exceptions,. membership .... In the latter conflict, the western portions
of the Soviet Union were devastated and more than 20 million Soviet citizens lost
|Telling people a food is "good for them" does not increase its desirability in their |
eyes; in fact, often they will not accept a new, .... autonomy at every level-
household, family, village, county, province, and region —and rendered China
progressively more ... In the bus, after the day-long rally saluted by Chairman
Mao, he relaxes from his moment of history and inquires about the .... It is hard to
imagine that millions of Party members have become completely silent, inactive,
or ideologically ...
|The volume also contains the opening chapter of the manuscript version of the Contract, together with the long article on Political Economy, a work traditionally between the Contract and Rousseau's earlier masterpiece, the Discourse on ...|
|It was not because there were Communists and fellow- travellers among them— |
there were a few, but they were ... Without free discussion and the possibility of
contact with ideas different from his own, a scientist can seldom discover new ...
As Father Dubarle points out, it was only when governments decided that science
was useful and even entirely crucial to ..... The members of the boards should not
consist so much of "solid citizens"— generals, businessmen, admirals— and ...