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|Previously published as: You talkin' to me.|
Mirjana N. Dedaić, Daniel N. Nelson - 2003 - 479 pages
|Political power cannot be divorced from the power of words. Apart from the |
technical difficulties of defining the linguistic concept of word, we understand that
"words are loaded pistols," as Jean-Paul Sartre avowed. The power of words,
Jean-Paul Sartre - 1988 - 361 pages
|He knows that he makes the word 'love' and the word 'hate' surge up and with |
them love and hate between men who had not yet decided upon their feelings.
He knows that words, as Brice Parain says, are 'loaded pistols'. If he speaks, he
Joe L. Kincheloe, Danny K. Weil - 2001 - 1208 pages
|In other words, Wiggins (1998) has suggested that there are ways to test students|
, maintain standards, and be fair and equitable in the ... If words are loaded
pistols, as Sartre suggested, the words standards and testing are surely like
|The effect of reading his words is to create the portrait of a man who acts out of |
conviction and is willing to die for his country and its virtue. "Words are loaded
pistols," wrote Jean-Paul Sartre. John Wayne's words were as powerful as the ...
|WHY “STANDARDS” AND “TESTING” ARE IMPORTANT WORDS Words are |
loaded pistols. —Jean-Paul Sartre After considering the complexities of all those
issues that relate to standards and testing, there still remains an important ...
|Famousauthor Rudyard Kipling once said, “Words are, of course, the most |
powerful drug usedby mankind.” PhilosopherJeanPaul Sartre described words
as “loaded pistols.” Over 100yearsago, Edgar Allan Poe even wrote a short story
|One of our defects as a nation is a tendency to use what have been called |
weasel words. When a ... If you use a weasel word after another there is nothing
left of the other. - Roosevelt ... Saperstein, Rose Words are loaded pistols. -
|Along the way, he tells the stories of its heroes and villains, from Cicero and Erasmus, to Hitler, Obama - and Gyles Brandreth. What has rhetoric ever done for us? Well, it has brought about all of Western civilisation, for a start.|
|In his essay "What Is Writing," Sartre wrote: The "engaged" writer knows that |
words are action. ... "loaded pistols."22 In his study of the historical development
of the idea of political engagement, David Schalk centered his discussion on ...