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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...ter Weir, the movie's director, takes this issue one step further by perpetrating a massive act of immorality on screen. Truman is lied to, cheated,... ...y commit suicide, go bankrupt, endure major depressive episodes, do drugs. But this massive landscape of resulting devastation does not deter him. H... ... proper sense of identity. It is as though he is constantly ill at ease in his own body. As the plot unravels, Dan is led to believe that he may ha... ... of his "alters" (i.e., one of the multitude of "identities" sharing Dan's mind and body) committed the crime? Should Dan still be held responsible... ...heir individual composition is different at different moments. The possession of a body as the foundation of a self-identity is a dubious propositi... ...pathways) we are born with. But it is equally clear that we do "acquire" both brain mass and the contents of our brains (its wiring or irreversible ... ...ems disparately. Despite recent attempts, such as the Environmental Sustainability Index (ESI) produced by the World Economic Forum (WEF), no one k... ... / Politics: http://ceeandbalkan.tripod.com/ Psychology: http://samvak.tripod.com/index.html Philosophy: http://philosophos.tripod.com/ Poetry: ...

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Fourth International Anthology on Paradoxism

By: Florentin Smarandache

...official one – propagated by the political system, and another one real. In mass-media it was promulgated that “our life is wonderful”, but in real... ...gin selling a new drug which will totally “dry up” the urine produced by the body for a period of up to thirty hours; and to allay the fears of thos... ...alu on põhjustanud. Inimesed on üksikisiku seisukohalt hirmus jõud. Üleolev mass/ kamp/ kari võib oma enneolematust intellektuaalsusest tingitud ee... ...époque de la dictature dans son pays natal, la Roumanie. En effet: “dans les mass-média l’on proclamait que ’notre vie est merveilleuse’, mais en ré... .... html - in rumänischer Sprache unter: http://www.geocities.com/ghniculescu/index.html - in Portugiesisch unter: http://www.geocities.com/dacosta_... ... this is precisely what poetry does and so this non-poetry is poetry. - The index and the individual titles of this treatise of nonpoetry are quite... ...ll HOPE Awaiting doesn’t matter As there is no other go RESTLESSNESS Body needs rest When brain is helpless TRANQUILLITY Flame stands st... ...doxism.html - in linguaggio rumeno a: http://www.geocities.corn/ghniculescu/index.html - in portoghese a http://www.geocities.com/dacosta_teresinh... ...this treat. We only hire the finest, and serve the finest! Shaped like a hot body, your sex hungry teeth will dig right into her! *all entrees com...

...sed on contradictions? Because we lived in that society a double life: an official one – propagated by the political system, and another one real. In mass-media it was promulgated that “our life is wonderful”, but in reality “our life was miserable”. The paradox flourishing! And then we took the creation in derision, in opposite sense, in a syncretic way. Thus the paradoxi...

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A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability

By: Florentin Smarandache

...fficial one - propagated by the political system, and another one real. In mass-media it was promulgated that 'our life is wonderful', but in reality... ...nsciousness similarly. "Come, my soul said, let's write poems for my body, for we are One" (Walt Whitman). Finite is infinite [see the m... ...range (power of continuum) of "what is not <A>" (outer <A>) versions, let index them in the set {<Non-A> i } i . (All {<Anti-A> i } i versions are ... ...and material as quantity. Of course, they melt. I see truth like a body, an object with a form. I see material as a dense/condensed spirit, a... ...s reflects the structure of objects. And reciprocally. In the mind-body problem: The mental phenomenon is of physical nature, and the physica... ...Georg Cantor, does not exist. Let all sets be noted by {S a } a , where a indexes them. But the set of all sets is itself another set, say T 1 ; an... ... world is composed of a totality of invisible particles. Things with mass result from atoms with quasi-null mass. Infinity is formed of fi... ...parate the causes, n C 1 , C 2 , ..., C n , where 0 [ C i [ 1 for each index i, and j C i = 1, i=1 they act as a whole, and so the effects, m ... ... but people are turned into flesh robots. 45 How one explains the more mass cultural accent in underdeveloped countries than in rich industrializ...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...f possible. But it is not clear whether it has a right to go on using the mother's body, or resources, or to burden her in any way in order to sust... ...ystems, the Right to Life supersedes all other rights (including the right to one's body, to comfort, to the avoidance of pain, to property, etc.). ... ...de to kill the fetus by adding to the mother's right to life her right to her own body and thus outweighing the fetus' right to life. IIB. The Di... ...dehumanization I call "exclusionary conscience". The most recent examples are the massacre of the Tutsis in Rwanda, the Holocaust of the Jews in N... ...eich, and the Armenian Genocide in Turkey. Radical Islamists are now advocating the mass slaughter of Westerners, particularly of Americans and Isra... ...n of economic resources. The vast majority of people are rent-seekers. Witness the mass demonstrations that erupt whenever governments try to slash... ...e shift is from HTML (whose tags are concerned with visual appearances and content indexing) to languages such as the DARPA Agent Markup Language, ... ...e scope of these exchanges. Additionally, exchange participants have to agree on an index: how many books for how many oranges? This is the price of... ...any oranges? This is the price of oranges in terms of books. Money - the obvious "index" - does not solve this problem, merely simplifies it and f...

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The Prelude Or, Growth of a Poets Mind

By: William Wordsworth

...n to each other, if he may so express himself, as the Ante chapel has to the body of a Gothic church. Continuing this allusion, he may be permitted to... ...he joy? For I, methought, while the sweet breath of heaven Was blowing on my body, felt within A correspondent breeze, that gently moved 35 With quick... ...eem Two consciousnesses, conscious of myself And of some other Being. A rude mass Of native rock, left midway in the square Of our small market villag... ...SIDENCE AT CAMBRIDGE 35 Of Newton with his prism and silent face, The marble index of a mind for ever V oyaging through strange seas of Thought, alone... ...a moral life: I saw them feel, 130 Or linked them to some feeling: the great mass Lay bedded in a quickening soul, and all That I beheld respired with... ...have laid Upon the children of the land, a pest That might have dried me up, body and soul. This verse is dedicate to Nature’s self, 230 And things th... ... an unmeasured welcome. Through the night, Between the show, and many headed mass Of the spectators, and each several nook 435 Filled with its fray or... ...ous love and reverence Of human nature; hence the human form To me became an index of delight, 280 Of grace and honour, power and worthiness. Meanwhil...

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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty: Volume II

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...will not terminate in this centre, do not pertain to the essential unity of the body of Christ, or to the true Christian church. Second Notion,... ...me church, which is the priesthood, or, speaking with greater propriety, to the body of pastors. This active part is what we truly Coming of Messia... ...ally to the end that, in his time he might have in the holy land a considerable body of the nation and of the priesthood, who should either receive ... ...d God smelt a sweet savour.” Gen. viii. 21. And the church, in the canon of the mass, prayeth to God that he would accept that sacrifice, “as thou d... ...s picture meet together in his palace? In the very supper, and even in the very mass, were not the paschal lamb and the august sacrament of the altar... ...Peter v. 11. FINIS Coming of Messiah Vol. 2 Part III. CONSULTING INDEX OF VOLUME II. PAGE* SIXTH Phenomenon is the Christian C...

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The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley Volume 3

By: Thomas Hutchinson

......................................................................... 282 Index of First Lines...................................325 7 Shelley THE C... .... 27. 27. 27. ‘Apollo soon will pass within this gate And bind your tender body in a chain Inextricably tight, and fast as fate, Unless you can delude... ...en. And when the Thracian wind pours down the snow, 42 Volume 3 I wrap my body in the skins of beasts, Kindle a fire, and bid the snow whirl on. ... ... CY CY CYCL CL CL CL CLOPS: OPS: OPS: OPS: OPS: Gods should not have their body in a skin. UL UL UL UL ULYSSES: YSSES: YSSES: YSSES: YSSES: If he give... ...me along! Everything around is swept Forward, onward, far away! T rees and masses intercept _90 The sight,... ...r valley with a hundred veins; And now once more within that narrow corner Masses itself into intensest splendour. And near us, see, sparks spring out... ... _25 Cloud upon cloud, in dark and deepening mass, Roll o’er the blackened waters; the deep roar 123 Shelley Of distant... ...of “The Wandering Jew”, edited by Mr. Bertram Dobell in 1887. 325 Shelley Index of First Lines A A cat in distress, 211 A man who was about to hang ...

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The Works of Edgar Allan Poe in Five Volumes Volume One

By: Edgar Allan Poe

...which, as from his letters, we could sift here and there a kernel from the mass of chaff. Coleridge’s youthful efforts give no promise whatever of tha... ... which the spirit seems to soar above the regions of words, but leaves its body, the verse, to be entombed, without hope of resurrection, in a mass of... ...es its body, the verse, to be entombed, without hope of resurrection, in a mass of them. Cowley is generally instanced as a wonder of precocity. But h... ... P. WILLIS The ancient fable of two antagonistic spirits imprisoned in one body, equally powerful and having the complete mastery by turns-of one man,... ... with friendly show- ers of momentary duration, that fell from large white masses of cloud which chequered in a fitful manner the blue vault of the fi... ...hing as high as the breast, and rigged on to the cords of the balloon. The body of the little man was more than proportionately broad, giving to his e... ... only to use it properly and I shall arrive at the gold of which it is the index. Jupiter; bring me that scarabæus!” “What! de bug, massa? I’d rud... ...en I called to mind the poor fellow’s speech about the beetle’s being “the index of his fortune.” Upon the whole, I was sadly vexed and puzzled, but, ...

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The Works of Edgar Allan Poe in Five Volumes Volume Three

By: Edgar Allan Poe

...o learn the source of my alarm, I tumbled headlong and insensible upon the body of my fallen companion. I found myself, upon reviving, in the cabin of... ...s her keel, when the cause of his anxiety was rendered obvious enough. The body of a man was seen to be affixed in the most singular manner to the smo... ... finally disengaged from my perilous situation and taken on board— for the body proved to be my own. It appeared that one of the 12 Poe in Five V olu... ...s with the great- est difficulty I could grope my way through the confused mass of lumber among which I now found myself. By degrees, how- ever, my ey... ...e path might be effectually blocked up against my return by the descending mass, as it was in front by the obstacle there. The crate itself was a long... ...ith some hard obstacle. Scraping against it, I discovered it to be a solid mass of iron, which, from its pecu- liar wavy feel as I passed the blade al... ...ought, action, or speech, was pos- sibly, in her, a result, or at least an index, of that gigantic voli- tion which, during our long intercourse, fail...

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Three Soldiers

By: John Dos Passos

...et it done. He said already that if you couldn’t do the work, to get some- body who could. You don’t want to lose your job do you?” “Hullo,” the serge... ...nd forth over the dusty drill fields. He felt the rhythm filling his whole body, from his sore hands to his legs, tired from marching back 14 Three S... ...creen, at the tanned faces and the close-cropped heads that rose above the mass of khaki-covered bodies about him. Here and there a pair of eyes glint... ...cole iceberg.” Before he had finished a bugle blew in the distance. Every- body scattered. Fuselli and Bill Grey went silently back to their barracks.... ...ette dangled unlighted. Beyond were heads and bodies huddled together in a mass of khaki over- coats and life preservers. And when the roll tipped the... ... piled in the center, the bodies heaped in the corners where, out of khaki masses here and there gleamed an occasional white face or a pair of eyes— a... ...very day they were adding to the paper, piling up more little drawers with index cards. It seemed to Andrews that the shiny white marble building woul... ...r stored up within it, and would flood the broad avenue with avalanches of index cards. “Button yer coat,” snarled a voice in his ear. Andrews looked ... ...uildings, with white marble halls full of the clank of officers’ heels, in index cards and piles of typewrit- ten papers, his real self, which they ha...

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Essays

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

... yielded by a star a hundred millions of miles distant, as the poise of my body depends on the equilibrium of centrifugal and centripetal forces, so t... ...y prepared by nature, the eye was accus- tomed to dwell on huge shapes and masses, so that when art came to the assistance of nature it could not move... ...n of the senses,—of the spiritual nature unfolded in strict unity with the body. In it ex- isted those human forms which supplied the sculptor with hi... ...butcher and soldier, and the habit of supplying his own needs educates the body to wonderful perfor- mances. Such are the Agamemnon and Diomed of Home... ...there the muses, there the gods sojourn, and not in any geography of fame. Massachusetts, Connecticut River and Boston Bay you think paltry places, an... ...ever voluntarily opened. Char- acter teaches over our head. The infallible index of true progress is found in the tone the man takes. Neither his age,... ... but a word of degrees. Our globe seen by God is a transparent law, not a mass of facts. The law dissolves the fact and holds it fluid. Our culture i... ... like perfection in its apprehension and in its works. For this reason, an index or mercury of intel- lectual proficiency is the perception of identit... ...p 196 Essays with religion and metaphysics; or the state of science is an index of our self-knowledge. Since everything in na- ture answers to a mora...

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The Theory of the Leisure Class

By: Thorstein Veblen

...d and brute creation. In other times and among men imbued with a different body of preconceptions this line is not drawn precisely as we draw it to-da... ...me under the head of exploit falls to the males as being the stouter, more massive, better capable of a sud- den and violent strain, and more readily ... ...d to self as- sertion, active emulation, and aggression. The difference in mass, in physiological character, and in temperament may be slight among th... ...The habitual pursuit of large game requires more of the manly qualities of massiveness, agility, and ferocity, and it can therefore scarcely fail to h... ...pe- cially among those economists who adhere with least falter- ing to the body of modernised classical doctrines, to con- strue this struggle for wea... ...conventional mark of superior pecu- niary achievement and the conventional index of reputabil- ity; and conversely, since application to productive la... ...the master permits it, the de- velopment of a special class of personal or body servants is also furthered by the very grave importance which comes to... ...f war. The enthusiasm for war, and the predatory temper of which it is the index, pre- vail in the largest measure among the upper classes, espe- cial... ...ity so devout as ours. Devout observances are of economic importance as an index of a concomitant variation of temperament, accompanying the predatory...

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The Ethics of Aristotle

By: J. A. Smith

...of Aristotle value?” Pleasure, we are told, is the natural concomitant and index of perfect activity, distinguishable but inseparable from it—“the act... ...ather by way of analogy, for that intellect is to the soul as sight to the body, and so on? However, perhaps we ought to leave these ques- tions now, ... ... external, the other two those of the soul 32 The Ethics of Aristotle and body respectively, and those belonging to the soul we call most properly an... ...use it makes men apt to do what is noble; but encomia to definite works of body or mind. However, it is perhaps more suitable to a regular treatise on... ...aking pleasure in wrong objects, or taking pleasure excessively, or as the mass of men do, or in a wrong way, they who are destitute of all self-contr... ...it is right to take pleasure in they do so more than they ought and as the mass of men do. Well then, that excess with respect to pleasures is absence... ...e Stingy; and it is more congenial to human nature than Prodi- gality, the mass of men being fond of money rather than apt to give: moreover it extend...

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The Enormous Room

By: E. E. Cummings

...s are two American ambulance drivers, Edward Estlin Cummings of Cambridge, Mass., and W S B … . More than two months ago these young men were arrested... ... myself, I took three steps which brought me to the door-end. The door was massively made, all of iron or steel I should think. It delighted me. The c... ...sly and imperturbably tickled. Look who’s here, who let that in? The right body collapsed sufficiently to deposit a bowl just inside. I smiled and sai... ...on- sieur Savy, etc. T urnkeyish and turnkeyish. Identical expression. One body collapses sufficiently to deposit a hunk of bread and a piece of water... ...horoughly aching, head spinning, I half-straightened my no longer obedient body; and jumped: face to face with a little wooden man hanging all by itse... ...make out what. Then the older nodded in the direction of a long dull dirty mass not a hundred yards away, which (as near as I could see) served either... ...nother. Satisfied, he went on; his good hand grasping the pipe between its index and second fingers and resting on one little knee, his legs crossed, ...

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The Doctors Dilemma: Preface on Doctors

By: George Bernard Shaw

...h absolute certainty a patient’s complaint, also that on dissecting a dead body he can infallibly put his finger on the cause of death, and, in cases ... ... the danger of inoculating without any reference to the patient’s “opsonic index” at the moment of inoculation, and though those other doctors who are... ... it was impossible to find whether or not there was a stone inside a man’s body except by exploring it with a knife, or to find out what the sun is ma... ...adies among us wore hats and cloaks and head-dresses obtained by wholesale massacres, ruthless trappings, callous extermination of our fellow creature... ...whaler breaks in on a colony of seals and clubs them to death in wholesale massacre because ladies want sealskin jackets; or as fanciers blind singing... ...sion there is a great and quite sincere poohpoohing from himself, from the mass of the profession, and from the mass of the public, which sees that th... ...her disastrous duffers at the other. Between these extremes comes the main body of doctors (also, of course, with a weak and a strong end) who can be ...

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Matthew Arnold Selected Poems

By: Atthew Arnold

...h and Calm .............................................................................................................................................. ...e! thy inmost soul. Alas! is even love too weak To unlock the heart, and let it speak? Are even lovers powerless to reveal To one another what indeed ... ...eir ringing shot and passed, Hotly charged - and sank at last. Charge once more, then, and be dumb! Let the victors, when they come, When the forts of... ...oice within it tell: Calm’s not life’s crown, though calm is well. ’Tis all perhaps which man acquires, But ’tis not what our youth desire...

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Jerusalem Delivered

By: Torquato Tasso

...Edward Fairfax(1560-1635) Translation First Published in London, 1600 SANS Index A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication Jerusalem Delive... ...ld, Needs must the lordship there from virtue slide. Of friendly parts one body then uphold, Create one head, the rest to rule and guide: To one the r... ...XIX Their jolly notes they chanted loud and clear On merry mornings at the mass divine, And horrid helms high on their heads they bear When their fier... ...he honor of so noble feat, She durst not, did not, could not so convey The massy substance of that idol great, What sleight had she the wardens to bet... ...r fiery weapons dart, Silent she saw the one, the other ‘plain, The weaker body lodged the nobler heart: Y et him she saw lament, as if his pain Were ... ...alicious, Exiled these, and all the faithful crew, All that were strong of body, stout of mind, But kept their wives and children pledge behind. LV A ... ...unders forged new, With storms and plagues that on poor sinners light; The massy trident mayest thou pendant view There on a golden pin hung up on hei...

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The Divine Comedy

By: Dante Aligheri

......................................................................... 379 Index of First Lines ......................................................... ... re-behold the pass Which never yet a living person left. After my weary body I had rested, The way resumed I on the desert slope, So that the f... ...or pity, I swooned away as if I had been dying, And fell, even as a dead body falls. I I I I Inferno: Canto nferno: Canto nferno: Canto nferno: Cant... ...tery have upon this side With Epicurus all his followers, Who with the body mortal make the soul; But in the question thou dost put to me, Withi... ...ech?” And he to us: “O souls, that hither come To look upon the shameful massacre That has so rent away from me my leaves, Gather them up beneath ... ...ood thrower with his hand would reach, When they all crowded unto the hard masses Of the high bank, and motionless stood and close, As he stands s... ...Cracked all asunder lengthwise and across. The third, that uppermost rests massively, Porphyry seemed to me, as flaming red As blood that from a v... ...r thy wondrous word, And many are amazed and many doubt. 382 Longfellow Index of First Lines A A will benign, in which reveals itself 307 Abreast,...

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Theological Essays and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...between a religion having merely a wor- ship, and a religion having also a body of doctrinal truth, is familiar to the Mahometans; and they convey the... ...the mockery of a Barmecide invitation, as- signing him a chair which every body knew that he would never fill, and a plate which might as well have be... ...such, in what relation to them did man stand? It is a fact hidden from the mass of the an- cients themselves, but sufficiently attested, that there wa... ...- tion. But the truth, however paradoxical, is, that in Greece and Rome no body of public opinions existed that could have furnished a standing ground... ...aries, and is continu- ally burning books, in effigy, by means of her vast Index Expurgatorius,* which index, continually, she is enlarging by success... ...ex, continually, she is enlarging by successive supplements, needs also an Index Expurgatorius for the catalogue of her prelates. Weeds there are in t... ...estion of some interest arises upon the casuistical con- struction of this Index. We, that are not by name included, may we consider ourselves indirec... ...universally as a judicial ex- pression of God’s wrath to the author of the massacre at Bethlehem, though in reality the symptoms were such as often oc... ...se nervous system had been shattered by the horrors of the St. Bartholomew massacre, very nearly resembled it; with such differences as might be looke...

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Childhood

By: Leo Tolstoy, Graf

...erywhere with lightning rapidity. These movements always appeared to me an index of Jakoff’s secret thoughts, though his face was invariably placid, a... ...doorway, he was forced not only to bend his head, but to incline his whole body forward. He was dressed in a sort of smock that was much torn, and hel... ...white transparent fish-scales. In the east, over Maslovska, a single lurid mass was louring, but Karl Ivanitch (who always seemed to know the ways of ... ...ll, and pressed itself down into the clo- ver until I could hardly see its body. I sat with my chin on my hands and watched it with intense interest. ... ...draught, I had begun to feel a grateful warmth diffusing itself through my body. I also felt well-disposed towards my kind patron, and began to laugh ...

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Notes from the Underground

By: Fyodor Dostoyevsky

..., mathematically, like tables of logarithms up to 108,000, and entered in an index; or, better still, there would be published certain edifying works ... ...e; it weighed upon me. A grim idea came into my brain and passed all over my body, as a horrible sensation, such as one feels when one goes into a dam... ...e? What is it you are making a slave of? It is your soul, together with your body; you are selling your soul which you have no right to dispose of! Yo... ...in that love. But how much is your love worth now? You are sold, all of you, body and soul, and there is no need to strive for love when you can have ... ...an out into the street. It was a still night and the snow was coming down in masses and falling almost perpendicularly, covering the pavement and the ...

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An Unsocial Socialist

By: George Bernard Shaw

..., and murder her. But no; he is not like anybody else. He hates me! Every- body hates me! You don’t care whether I am deserted or not, nor papa, nor a... ... from it. He moved with dignity, bearing himself as if the contents of his massive brow were precious. His handsome aquiline nose and keen dark eyes p... ...n present responded, and they were about to rush to the college gates in a body when it Occurred to the cooler among them that they had better divide ... ...cation offered me for believ- ing her a match for me in mind as well as in body.” 93 GB Shaw Miss Wilson, astonished, determined to tell him coldly t... ... and their lesson in our atrocities at home. Why, man, we murder the great mass of these toilers with overwork and 188 An Unsocial Socialist hardship... ...formerly envied, and which she still feared T refusis might mistake for an index of dignity and refinement. Agatha did not believe that her resentment...

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The Kaluza Concept

By: Keith Young

...“naturally” dismissed as a “witch”, who, at will, could leave her physical body and wander wherever she fancied as a free entity. This is the p... ... The first stage consists of awareness of no longer being in the physical body whilst still retaining sentience and a sense of self. This part is ... ... sense of peace. There is also a sense of still being in some type of body, albeit very unlike the physical one. Some people describe it as a m... ...ft between general relativity and quantum mechanics. Furthermore, the mass and the force charges of the elementary particles, previously unexpl... ... 61 62 6. Hitching a Ride on a Reality. In Newtonian physics, the mass of an object quantifies the matter it contains. Moreover, mass is c... ... quantifies the matter it contains. Moreover, mass is conserved, i.e. the mass, hence the total matter content, of any system whatsoever must alway... ...n. The Quantum Self Danah Zohar and Dr. Ian Marshall. 154 Index. Argand Plane.............P.80 Astral Projection.......P.13, 5...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

... 10 An Environmentalism for Information, 230 Notes and Further Readings, 249 Index, 297 v 37278_u00.qxd 8/28/08 11:04 AM Page v -1 ___ 0 ___ 1 ___... ...e way pop- ular choice gets formed, you prefer it to some government funding body or coterie of art mavens. At the same time as you are developing you... ...of politics celebrates the power of an informed citizenry. Admit- tedly, the massive conflicts between Jefferson’s announced principles and his actions... ...the will and convenience of the society, without claim or complaint from any body. Accordingly, it is a fact, as far as I am informed, that England w... ...matter of social “will and convenience” without “claim or complaint from any body.” • Third, intellectual property rights are not and should not be pe... ...entical in its effects to the newspaper stamp taxes. 52 This was a time when mass literacy and mass education were the hotly debated corollaries to th... ...ral surplus produced by enclosure helped to save a society devastated by the mass deaths of the sixteenth century. Those who weep over the terrible ef... ...IT Registry of Standard Biological Parts supports this goal by recording and indexing biological parts that are currently being built and offering syn... ...l property rights were simply irrelevant—much of the information sharing and indexing on the Web falls within this category. In some cases they were u...

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The Noble Qur'An

By: Rev. J. M. Rodwell

...ields to hardly any in the wonderful effect which it has produced on large masses of men. It has created an all but new phase of human thought and a f... ...han, with short notes, 1905; T ranslation by J. M. Rodwell, with notes and index (the Suras arranged in chronological order), 1861, 2nd ed., 1876; by ... ...- sionary in dealing with a Muhammadan should be, not to attack Islam as a mass of error, but to shew that it contains fragments of disjointed truth–t... ...or the importation of numerous articles of luxury and use. That an immense mass of fable and silly legend has been built up upon the basis of the Kora... ...oo closely, es- pecially by introducing his paraphrastic comments into the body of the text, as well as by his constant use of Latinised instead of Sa... ...ions were doubt- less familiar to the Meccans, especially to that numerous body who were anxiously searching after some better religion than the idola... ...4 Lit. O ye two weights; hence, treasures; and, generally, any collective body of men or things. 5 One for men, the other for the Genii; or, two for... .... 9. Hist. Josephi Fabr. Lign. c. 22 at the end. 194 The Koran 7 See the index under the word Man. The Rabbins teach that man was created with innat...

...ngest of the epoch-making works belonging to this class of literature, it yields to hardly any in the wonderful effect which it has produced on large masses of men. It has created an all but new phase of human thought and a fresh type of character. It first transformed a number of heterogeneous desert tribes of the Arabian peninsula into a nation of heroes, and then procee...

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Jerusalem Delivered

By: Torquato Tasso

...ld, Needs must the lordship there from virtue slide. Of friendly parts one body then uphold, Create one head, the rest to rule and guide: To one the r... ...XIX Their jolly notes they chanted loud and clear On merry mornings at the mass divine, And horrid helms high on their heads they bear When their fier... ...he honor of so noble feat, She durst not, did not, could not so convey The massy substance of that idol great, What sleight had she the wardens to bet... ...r fiery weapons dart, Silent she saw the one, the other ‘plain, The weaker body lodged the nobler heart: Y et him she saw lament, as if his pain Were ... ...alicious, Exiled these, and all the faithful crew, All that were strong of body, stout of mind, But kept their wives and children pledge behind. LV A ... ...unders forged new, With storms and plagues that on poor sinners light; The massy trident mayest thou pendant view There on a golden pin hung up on hei... ..., and there he bows His knees, there prayed, and there performed his vows. Index A A blow felled Artaxerxes, with a thrust 466 A branch of Est there ...

...Index A A blow felled Artaxerxes, with a thrust 466 A branch of Est there in the Guelfian tree 392 A bugle small he winded loud and shrill, 162 ?A burning fire, so are those deserts charmed, 307 A Christian once, Macon he now...

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Proposed Roads to Freedom

By: Bertrand Russell

...rd mankind at large that makes them unable to endure patiently the general mass of evil and suffering, re- gardless of any relation it may have to the... ...f contemporary events, nor do they achieve wealth or the ap- plause of the mass of their contemporaries. Men who have the capacity for winning these p... ...phic tol- 8 Proposed Roads to Freedom erance as regards the apathy of the masses, and even as regards the whole-hearted opposition of professed defen... ...rything else that is vital, is rather a tendency than a strictly definable body of doctrine. A definition of Socialism is sure either to include some ... ...in collaboration with Engels, are due both the for- mulation of a coherent body of Socialist doctrine, sufficiently true or plausible to dominate the ... ... State into the service of the people. The modern State, says Sorel, “is a body of intellectu- als, which is invested with privileges, and which posse... ... a contest. What a man believes upon grossly insuffi- cient evidence is an index to his desires—desires of which he himself is often unconscious. If a... ...e what MSS. are to be printed? It is clear that opportunities exist for an Index more rigorous than that of the Inquisition. If the State were the sol...

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The Works of Aristotle

By: Aristotle

...when they arrive at that age, if they eat hard salt things and spices, the body becomes more and more heated, whereby the desire to veneral em- braces... ... a man, as her monthly purgations demonstrate, as also the softness of her body; it is also apparent that he does not much exceed her in natural heat,... ...the procreating of children. Then, since diet alters the evil state of the body to a better, those subject to barrenness must eat such meats as are ju... ...hap- pens twelve or fourteen days after copulation. And though this fleshy mass abounds with inflamed blood, yet it remains undistinguishable, without... ...atum oderation to smell at if she be not hysterical; of the second, make a mass of pills, and let her take three every other night: of the third make ... ...n hardly be restored again. 7 Mole: “A somewhat shapeless, compact fleshy mass occur- ring in the uterus, due to the retention and continued life of ... ...dy IN THE BODY OF MAN the head and feet are the principal parts, being the index which heaven has laid open to every one’s view to make a judgment the...

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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

By: Gilfillan

......................................................................... 261 Index of First Lines...................................306 7 The Poetical ... ...the hail- storm of calumny mingled on his living head; while over his dead body, as over the body of Patroclus, there has raged a critical controversy... ... makes a spade poetical; Pope would have made Skiddaw little better than a mass of prose. Let us hear Hazlitt: “Pope saw nature only dressed by art; h... ...passion which is tearing the heart of the poor dying king, what a powerful index of misery it becomes, and its “undoing,” as the sign of the end of th... ...ination, is ex- ceedingly artificial and far-fetched in its figures—a mere mass of smoked gumflowers. Compare for fancy the speeches of Mercutio, in “... ...odious single lines, but no grand interwoven swells and well- proportioned masses of harmony. “Pope,” says Hazlitt, “has turned Pegasus into a rocking... ...l beside, A teeming mistress, but a barren bride. What then? let blood and body bear the fault, Her head’s untouch’d, that noble seat of thought: Such... ...rts of nature it conceals: 190 The exactest traits of body or of mind, We owe to models of an humble kind. If Queensberry to stri... ...RA UMBRA UMBRA. 85 Close to the best known author Umbra sits, The constant index to old Button’s wits, ‘Who’s here?’ cries Umbra: ‘Only Johnson.’ 86 —...

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Catherine : A Story

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...sweated the flesh off your bones, and well-nigh fried the soul out of your body, you go home, to what?—three shillings a week and a puddn! Do you get ... ...L. No, not the snuff-box, but—a pinch of snuff,—ha! ha!—run me through the body if he didn’t. Could you but have seen the smile on Jack Churchill’s gr... ...ess, horseless, corporalless, with a gag in his mouth and a rope round his body, are we compelled to leave the gallant Galgenstein, until his friends ... ... have done. I can turn out a quo- tation from Sophocles (by looking to the index) as well as another: I can throw off a bit of fine writing too, with ... ... which had been hidden behind Westminster Abbey, rose above the vast black mass of that edifice, and poured a flood of silver light upon the little ch...

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Familiar Studies of Men and Books

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...lroad; that adroit and philosophic solitary was an ardent worker, soul and body, in that so much more than honourable movement, which, if atonement we... ...nly added two more flagstones, ponderous like their prede- cessors, to the mass of obstruction that buries the reformer *Gaudeamus: Carmina V agorum S... ...general law; what we really care for is something that they only imply and body forth to us. We know how history continues through century after centu... ...other of his characters. We should like to know what be- comes of the main body of the troop in the wood of La Saudraie during the thirty pages or so ... ...ory of trades or implements, with no more colour or coherence than so many index-words out of a dictionary? I do not know that we can say anything, bu... ...ithdraw their support, both in person and property, from the government of Massachusetts.” That is what he did: in 1843 he ceased to pay the poll-tax.... ...ood neighbour as to be a bad subject; but no more poll-tax to the State of Massachusetts. Thoreau had now seceded, and was a polity unto himself; or, ...

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