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|Coleridge, Samuel Taylor Nations it may be have fashioned their Governments, |
but the Governments have paid them back in the same coin. - Conrad, Joseph
You can only govern men by serving them. The rule is without exception. -
|No one but the brave can live the fair. When you realize how much you don't |
know, then you are get— ting smart. Vegetarian: A person who eats only side
dishes. You can only govern men by serving them. The rule is without exception.
|How to Know If Your New Business Idea Has Wings-- Before You Take the Leap |
Thomas K. McKnight. Element. 43. GOVERNMENT. RELEVANCE. You can only
govern men by serving them. The rule is without exception. — Victor Cousins ...
|Have you known men upon them who do give some assistance to the District |
Officer in the performance of his work ? — Yes ... But you say that it should be for
the Local Government to decide whether an honorarium is, or is not, a recurring
fee ? — That is not an exception, it is only an interpretation of the rule. ... A man
who has been serving in an unhealthy division for some time might come and say
: " I should like to be transferred somewhere else" ; in a case of that kind the Local
|Presents the eighteenth century French philosopher's views on society and the relationship between the individual and the state|
|man who commits his first crime being punished longer than the habitual criminal|
, the rule is reversed. ... Notwithstanding what I have said, most of you have
doubtless read in some of the Chicago papers some very severe criticisms ...
Among the number were four men who had served one prior term each, but only
served eleven months under the definite ... six months, or nine months longer
than under the old law, and not one of them who had served a previous term was
released at ...
|I am convinced that democratic government would average out higher if we put |
names in a bowl and drew them out at random. ... The exceptions—and there are
some—to this rule are freaks who usually become failures or martyrs. Socrates
remarked that the only man who deserves to be given power is the man who
doesn't want it—for he is the ... The amateurs could do no Worse than the
professionals have done in several thousand years. ... What names will you put
into the hat?
|It is known, that his majesty, at his restoration, declared himself resolved not to |
alter the government of the church then established. ... raanv, and wholly
disarming all of them within all the corners of the land, would ever not only have
restored to them ... Can any man think it his majesty's will, that bailie tialrd's son,
who was never a soldier, should be cornet of a troop ... and unfit to serve his
majesty in a more necessary cause, and of far greater concern to king and
kingdoms, with the ...
|this is certainly a case which falls within the exception to the general rule laid |
down by the Honourable Member for Middlesex. I can have no hesitation
whatever in laying on the Table of this House the correspondence which has
taken place between ... of the masters, but I believe that no instance can be cited
in which the Government have interfered in favour of the men. ... is their property ;
it is the most sacred of all species of property, the only portion of it which is
entirely a man's own.
|vuAon, without which the creation would quickly disoand and They propose to |
you rules about pleasures, far more safe ... A wise and steddy direction of the
arduous and important affairs of kingdoms, can only be able to govern
themselves, and tl ... Courage may throw men Into the midst of difficulties ; but
counsel and wisdom helps them to emerge those difficulties ... Hence it comes to
pass, th2t their bodies serve only to be strainers for meats and drinks, and
channels for filthy lusts to ...