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Words to Wright By

By: Robin Bayne

...ign Copyright © 2008 Lee Emory Edited by Lee Emory Printed and published in the U.S.A. by MountainView Publishing A division of Treble Heart Books Si... ...ry Printed and published in the U.S.A. by MountainView Publishing A division of Treble Heart Books Sierra Vista, AZ http://www.trebleheartbooks.com Th... ... in another state. But because the magazine goes to subscribers all over the United States and even into foreign countries, my words are reaching peop... ...ther state. But because the magazine goes to subscribers all over the United States and even into foreign countries, my words are reaching people arou... ...Gaia. And nowadays, most of the healing power inherent in the arts come from sciences emptied of the spiritual. It is my hope that one day, the kingdo... ...s, “I am a student of writing.” Regularly the club has a writing contest for members present at the meeting. The contest theme handed out at this mee... ...ood when critiquing a submission. Should you become a member of local and/or national writing organizations? Y es. But, again, join a group that can f... ...Winter Garden, FL.. She also plans travel for the Lake Highland Prep School Academy Singers of Orlando and writes creative entertainment programs for...

...Join a variety of well-known authors as they share the Scripture or quotations they find inspiring to their writing. The devotionals they?ve contributed reflect all aspects of the writing life: basic motivation, rejection, publishing and su...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

... 0 “. . . AND GULLIVER RETURNS” --In Search of Uto... ...UR REASONS FOR DOING ........................................................................................................... 10 FREUD--AND THE NE... ...n control our own destinies. This is what much of science and most of education is all about. If we can get a better grasp of the appropriate scienc... ...ion and love for all humanity, and to the religious militarism that seeks to annihilate all who do not have the true faith—even those who are member... ... culture, they live by the laws of their own characters. In your country the self actualized people‘s values may often be different from your nation... ...us eye problems. The vitamin A in butter was not present in the margarine. So they began to add the vitamin to margarine. In the mid-1940s the United... ...problems. The vitamin A in butter was not present in the margarine. So they began to add the vitamin to margarine. In the mid-1940s the United States... ...resses the sex drive it may reappear in the behavior of a second personality. Dual or multiple personalities is the result of this action. The Academ...

...Table of Contents IN THE HOTEL 8 LOOKING FOR HAPPINESS 10 WE MUST THINK MORE DEEPLY—AND UNDERSTAND OUR THINKING 20 OUR BASIC ASSUMPTIONS 24 -- THE FOUNDATIONS OF OUR VALUES -- 24 SELF-CENTEREDASSUMPTIONS 32 GODBASEDASSUMPTIONS 41 C...

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And Gulliver Returns Book V : My Visit to Singaling

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...0 “. . . AND GULLIVER RETURNS” --In Search of Utopia-- Book 5 Our Visit to Singaling The Pearl of Southeast A... ...TURNS” --In Search of Utopia-- Book 5 Our Visit to Singaling The Pearl of Southeast Asia 1 ... ...mant that the laws which are to benefit society will be adhered to by the members of that society. And while those who might choose to leave this ad... ...ATION CONTROL SINGAPORE’S PROBLEM —“Lee Kuan Yew was the greatest national leader of the last few centuries. In his 31 years as Singapore‟s ... ...resting child oriented TV programs in world and national history, various sciences, and plays. They are entertaining but educational.” —“I‟... ... protect the child from a diseased child. “In the last century the United States has enacted laws covering child labor, child-abuse, compulso... ...t the child from a diseased child. “In the last century the United States has enacted laws covering child labor, child-abuse, compulsory educ... ...5-34 2. Archives of General Psychiatry, Sept. 2007 73 3. American Academy of Pediatrics, vol. 116, 2005 4. Washington Times, August 1, 2004 ...

...Overpopulation is responsible for many of our planet's problems--global warming, the lack of fresh water, poverty, high gasoline and food prices, air and water pollutions, the scarcity of natural resources, the excess of wastes and their proper disposal, and even ...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...0 ―. . . AND GULLIVER RETURNS‖ --In Search of Utopia— Book 4 A Look at Human Values 1 ―. . . ... ... ISBN 978-0-9823076-3-2 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS IN THE HOTEL .................................................................... .................................................... 163 BUDGET DEFICITS AND NATIONAL DEBTS ............................................................... ...y always opt for a vacation when they could otherwise work. People in the States still believe that money buys happiness. But when people are survey... ...o most religions have had similar mystical experiences--the Hindu who has united with the Brahman through years of correct meditation. The holy Jew,... ...hings are factored into the flight route by using the knowledges of other sciences. --―But Commander, in dealing with geometry we are not dea... ...cientology was founded in 1952 and had between a half million and 800,000 members fifty years later. Consequently it is the fastest growing religion.... ...ncient Greeks. Toubi‘s SA, Athens, 1997) 128. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2006.) 496 129. Manusmriti: Chapter 8:357-358) 1...

...Overpopulation is responsible for many of our planet's problems--global warming, the lack of fresh water, poverty, high gasoline and food prices, air and water pollutions, the scarcity of natural resources, the excess of wastes and their proper disposal, and even ...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...THE 9/11 COMMISSION REPORT Final FM.1pp 7/17/04 5:25 PM Page i List of Illustrations and Tables ix Member List xi Staff List xiii–xiv Pr... ... Staff List xiii–xiv Preface xv 1. “WE HAVE SOME PLANES” 1 1.1 Inside the Four Flights 1 1.2 Improvising a Homeland Defense 14 1.3 National C... ....1 Inside the Four Flights 1 1.2 Improvising a Homeland Defense 14 1.3 National Crisis Management 35 2. THE FOUNDATION OF THE NEW TERRORISM 47... ... Qaeda (1988–1992) 55 2.4 Building an Organization, Declaring War on the United States (1992–1996) 59 2.5 Al Qaeda’s Renewal in Afghanistan (1996–... ...(1988–1992) 55 2.4 Building an Organization, Declaring War on the United States (1992–1996) 59 2.5 Al Qaeda’s Renewal in Afghanistan (1996–1998) ... ...r Bob Kerrey John F . Lehman Timothy J. Roemer James R.Thompson COMMISSION MEMBERS Final FM.1pp 7/17/04 5:25 PM Page xi Final FM.1pp 7/17/04 5:2... ...ng cultural preference for technical fields over the humanities and social sciences. Many of these young men, even if able to study abroad, lacked the... ... and his concerns in another commence- ment speech, this time at the Naval Academy, in May 1998, the President said: First, we will use our new integr...

...Excerpt: We present the narrative of this report and the recommendations that flow from it to the President of the United States, the United States Congress, and the American people for their consideration. Ten Commissioners--five Republicans an...

...CONTENTS List of Illustrations and Tables ix Member List xi Staff List xiii?xiv Preface xv 1. ?WE HAVE SOME PLANES? 1 1.1 Inside the Four Flights 1 1.2 Improvising a Homeland Defense 14 1.3 National Crisis Management 35 2. THE FOUNDATION O...

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Democracy in America

By: Alexis de Tocqueville

... One and Two by Alexis de Tocqueville, trans. Henry Reeve is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...e and Two by Alexis de Tocqueville, trans. Henry Reeve is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnished... ...e eleven years that separated the Declaration of the In- dependence of the United States from the completion of that act in the ordination of our writ... ...n years that separated the Declaration of the In- dependence of the United States from the completion of that act in the ordination of our written Con... ... lived less than fifty years under our Constitution. In that time no great national commotion had occurred that tested its strength, or its power of r... ...merican institutions appeared in 1840. In 1838 he was chosen member of the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences. In 1839 he was elected to the Cham... ...n 1840. In 1838 he was chosen member of the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences. In 1839 he was elected to the Cham- ber of Deputies. He became a ... ...thusiasm and of an ardent faith, great sacrifices may be obtained from the members of a commonwealth by an appeal to their un- derstandings and their ...

...Excerpt: In the eleven years that separated the Declaration of the Independence of the United States from the completion of that act in the ordination of our written Constitution, the great minds of America were bent upon the study of th...

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Life on the Mississippi

By: Mark Twain

...fe on the Mississippi by Mark T wain (Samuel L. Clemens) is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furn... ...on the Mississippi by Mark T wain (Samuel L. Clemens) is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnish... ... THE M ISSISSIPPI is the body of the nation . All the other parts are but members, important in themselves, yet more important in their relations t... ...er has so vast a drainage basin: it draws its water supply from twenty eight States and T erritories; from Dela ware, on the Atlantic seaboard, and f... ...isolated communities is the pastime of my idle moments, the de struction of nationalities the serious business of my life! The boundless vastness of ... ...of them that you are allowed to run at all down stream. There’s a law of the United States against it. The river may be rising by the time we get to 1... ...hing is so and so; he must know it; for this is eminently one of the ‘exact’ sciences. With what scorn a pilot was looked upon, in the old times, if h... ...e is nothing strikingly remarkable about it; but one can say of it as of the Academy of Music in New York, that if a broom or a shovel has ever been u...

...Excerpt: The ?Body Of The Nation? But the basin of the Mississippi is the body of the nation. All the other parts are but members, important in themselves, yet more important in their relations to this. Exclusive of the Lake basin and...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...assics Series Publication A Modern Utopia by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...ics Series Publication A Modern Utopia by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnished... ...rwin quickened the thought of the world. Those were all perfect and static States, a balance of happi- ness won for ever against the forces of unrest ... ... Chamberlain, and the King is here (no doubt incognito), and all the Royal Academy, and Sandow, and Mr. Arnold White. But these famous names do not ap... ... ection 3 ection 3 ection 3 The difference between the social and economic sciences as they exist in our world* and in this Utopia deserves perhaps a... ...its of energy, the grand total of work upon which the social fabric of the United States or England rests, it would be found that a vastly preponderat... ...aw” is to degrade, thwart, torture, and kill the weakest and least adapted members of every species in existence in each generation, and so keep the s... ...s shoulders, and shows us the palms of his hands. On earth, where there is nationality, this would have been a Frenchman—the inferior sort of Frenchma...

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Gulliver's Travels

By: Jonathan Swift

... Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is fur... ... Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ... you have made me say the thing that was not. Likewise in the account of the academy of projectors, and several passages of my discourse to my master ... ...o not go naked? I wrote for their amendment, and not their approbation. The united praise of the whole race would be of less consequence to me, than ... .... For as to what we have heard you affirm, that there are other kingdoms and states in the world inhabited by human creatures as large as yourself, ou... ...lors both to the king and kingdom; to have a share in the legislature; to be members of the highest court of judicature, whence there can be no appeal... ...ersons educated in the general knowl edge of equity, or only in provincial, national, and other local customs? Whether they or their judges had any p... ...ompass of their thoughts and mind being shut up within the two forementioned sciences. Most of them, and especially those who deal in the astronomical...

...Excerpt: The author of these Travels, Mr. Lemuel Gulliver, is my ancient and intimate friend; there is likewise some relation between us on the mother?s side. About three years ago, Mr. Gulliver growing weary of the concourse of curio...

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Bureaucracy

By: Honoré de Balzac

...y by Honore de Balzac, trans. Katharine Prescott Wormeley is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...y Honore de Balzac, trans. Katharine Prescott Wormeley is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnished... .... Monsieur Leprince assured his daughter that Xavier was of the stock that statesmen came of. Celestine answered that a man named Rabourdin would neve... ...epartments, where the humbler clerks struggled vainly against degener- ate members of the aristocracy, who sought positions in the government bureaus ... ...othered many statements conscientiously written on the secret evils of the national government; lowered the courage of many hearts, and corrupted ster... ...d prevented all ameliorations of home rule. In Austria, where many diverse united nations present so many conflicting interests to be conciliated and ... ...ration of justice, the household of the king, and all that concerned arts, sciences, and belles lettres. All patron- age ought to flow directly from t... ...f these recon- ciliations he received the formal promise of a place in the Academy of Belles-lettres on the first vacancy. “It would pay,” he said, “t...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. The Rabourdin household in Paris, where men of thought and study bear a certain likeness to one another, living as they do in a common centre, you must have met with several resembling Monsieur Rabourdin, whose acquaintance w...

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Across the Plains

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... Across the Plains by Robert Louis Stevenson is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furn... ... Across the Plains by Robert Louis Stevenson is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnish... ...ers, and in the bag of my railway rug the whole of Bancroft’s History of the United States, in six fat volumes. It was as much as I could carry with c... ...d in the bag of my railway rug the whole of Bancroft’s History of the United States, in six fat volumes. It was as much as I could carry with convenie... ...of a hundred exhibitions. I have seen it in the Salon; I have seen it in the Academy; I have seen it in the last French Exposition, excellently done b... ...ks the less shall we be apt to love the literal in our pro- ductions. In all sciences and senses the letter kills; and to- day, when cackling human ge... ... utterance of which he had the secret – “Suivez!” said he. The arrest of the members, the oath of the T ennis Court, the signing of the declaration of... ... proud to remember) as a friend. Like my old soldier, he was far gone in the national com- plaint. Unlike him, he had a vulgar taste in letters; scarc...

Excerpt: Across the Plains by Robert Louis Stevenson.

...Contents CHAPTER I - ACROSS THE PLAIN........................3 CHAPTER II - THE OLD PACIFIC CAPITAL........38 CHAPTER III - FONTAINEBLEAU VILLAGE COMMUNITIES OF PAINTERS...............................52 CHAPTER IV - EPILOGUE TO ?AN INLAND VOYAGE?..........

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Reprinted Pieces

By: Charles Dickens

...eries Publication Reprinted Pieces by Charles Dickens is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...es Publication Reprinted Pieces by Charles Dickens is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnished... ...s on for a few days, lies down in the desert, and dies. But he shall be re united in his immortal spirit—who can doubt it!—with the child, when he and... ...lves as having been imposed upon, or as having weakly gratified their con sciences with a lazy, flimsy substitute for the noblest of all vir tues. T... ...doll, with moveable eyes, was put up to be raffled for, by five and twenty members at two shillings, seven years ago this autumn, and the list is not ... ...sociated in the minds of all Englishmen with brave, unpretending, cordial, national service. We like to look at him in his Sunday state; and if we wer... ...omething else as I lie awake; or, like that sagacious animal in the United States who recognised the colonel who was such a dead shot, I am a gone ‘Co... ... all the Modern Exhibitions every season, and of course I revere the Royal Academy. I stand by its forty Academical ar ticles almost as firmly as I s...

...Contents THE LONG VOYAGE ...................................................................................................................... 5 THE BEGGING-LETTER WRITER .................................................................

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The Confessions

By: J. J. Rousseau

...The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau by Jean Jacques Rousseau THE CONFESSIONS OF JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU (In 12 books) Privately Printed fo... ...The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau by Jean Jacques Rousseau THE CONFESSIONS OF JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU (In 12 books) Privately Printed for the Members of... ...NFESSIONS OF JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU (In 12 books) Privately Printed for the Members of the Aldus Society London, 1903 A Penn State Electronic Classics ... ...the prevalence of those more tolerant and rational principles by which the statesmen of our own day are actuated. On these matters, however, it is not... ...t altogether imaginary. The habit of liv- ing in this peaceful manner soon united me tenderly to my cousin Bernard; my affection was more ardent than ... ...ne fell into my hands writ- ten by Father Lami, called ‘Entretiens sur les Sciences’, which was a kind of introduction to the knowledge of those books... ...nly of going to Paris, not doubt- ing that on presenting my project to the Academy, it would be adopted with rapture. I had brought some money from Ly... ...for no other reason than because, not being a Frenchman, I had no right to national protection, and that it was a private affair between him and mysel...

...Introduction: Among the notable books of later times-we may say, without exaggeration, of all time--must be reckoned The Confessions of Jean Jacques Rousseau. It deals with leading personages and transactions of a momentous epoch, when absolutis...

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The Village Rector

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ine Prescott Wormeley A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication The Village Rector by Honoré de Balzac, trans. Katharine Prescott Wormeley ... ...r by Honoré de Balzac, trans. Katharine Prescott Wormeley is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...t of his pottery. In 1793 he was able to buy a chateau sold as part of the National domain, which he at once pulled to pieces. The profits were such t... ...ntly at Veronique as she returned to her seat from the altar where she had united herself with God,—a moment when she appeared to all the parish in he... ...od-father, saw in me, the son of a mere workman, an aptitude for the exact sciences and a precocious desire to rise in life. You favored my impulse to... ...Paris to the first suspension bridge built by an engineer, a member of the Academy of Sciences; a mel- ancholy collapse caused by blunders such as non... ...magnificent phase of public works, which is destined to change the face of States and nations, to double human life, and modify the laws of space and ... ...village is now almost a town, and a third of all the land is cultivated by members of our family, whom God has constantly protected. Our tillage suc- ...

Excerpt: The Village Rector by Honore de Balzac, translated by Katharine Prescott Wormeley.

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The Lesser Bourgeoisie (The Middle Classes)

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ine Prescott Wormeley A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication The Lesser Bourgeoisie by Honoré de Balzac, trans. Katherine Prescott Worme... ...e by Honoré de Balzac, trans. Katherine Prescott Wormeley is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...igitte and Jerome, the former being twenty-seven, the latter twenty-three, united their ex- istence. Brother and sister were bound together by an ex- ... ...ds which said noth- ing but answered all things,—progress, steam, bitumen, National guard, order, democratic element, spirit of associa- 33 Balzac ti... ...son, the professor, is his idol; he thinks him capable of attaining to the Academy of Sciences. Thuillier, between the audacious nullity of Minard, an... ...ofessor, is his idol; he thinks him capable of attaining to the Academy of Sciences. Thuillier, between the audacious nullity of Minard, and the solid... ...partment on the third floor, with the furniture rigorously required by all members of his noble profession,—for the guild of barristers admits no brot... ...tely demanded in the interests of commerce, which is certainly the life of States. In any case, this view, which isn’t yours, appears to have been tha...

...Excerpt: Here, madame, is one of those books which come into the mind, whence no one knows, giving pleasure to the author before he can foresee what reception the public, our great present judge, will accord to it. Feeling almost certain of your sympathy ...

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The Deputy of Arcis

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ine Prescott Wormeley A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication The Deputy of Arcis by Honore de Balzac, trans. Katharine Prescott Wormeley... ...t Wormeley A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication The Deputy of Arcis by Honore de Balzac, trans. Katharine Prescott Wormeley is a publi... ... are as spiritually intelligent as men,—an argument in favor of the occult sciences. The old man-servant of Colonel Giguet, Madame Marion’s older brot... ...omise the influence of his family in the arrondissement of Arcis, that old statesman would doubtless propose for candidate some young man who could be... ...he information of countries so unfortunate as not to know the blessings of national repre- sentation, and which are, therefore, ignorant by what intes... ...d not been the son of an ardent Bonapartist, he belonged to a family whose members had justly incurred the animosity of the Cinq-Cygne family, owing t... ... Historical Mystery.”] The Marions, Grevins, and Giguets were all the more united be- cause the triumph of their political opinions, called “consti- t... ... were already so apparent in the work he did for his examinations that the Academy, under pressure of opinion, decided to crown him—though he laughed ...

...Excerpt: All elections begin with a bustle before beginning to describe an election in the provinces, it is proper to state that the town of Arcis-sur-Aube was not the theatre of the events here related. The arrondissement of Arcis votes at Bar-sur-Aube, which is forty miles from Arcis; consequently there is no...

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The Uncommercial Traveller

By: Charles Dickens

... The Uncommercial Traveller by Charles D... ... The Uncommercial Traveller by Charles Dick... ...otel-advertisement is personally addressed to me, no hotel-room tapestried with great-coats and railway wrappers is set apart for me, no house of publ... ...at the scene of the late disaster to the Royal Char- ter, which have received universal recognition, you have very benevolently employed your valuable... ...RCANTILE JACK I S THE SWEET little cherub who sits smiling aloft and keeps watch on life of poor Jack, commissioned to take charge of Mercantile Jack,... ...oods and small shops, is the fancy of a humble artist, as exemplified in two portraits representing Mr. Thomas Sayers, of Great Brit- ain, and Mr. Joh... ...ere the boy Horatio Nelson got out of bed to steal the pears: not because he wanted any, but because every other boy was afraid: yet I have sev- eral ... ...ld phrenology, within certain limits, to be true; I am much of the same mind as to the subtler expressions of the hand; I hold physiognomy to be infal...

Excerpt: The Uncommercial Traveler by Charles Dickens.

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The New Machiavelli

By: H. G. Wells

...AVELLI by H. G. Wells A PENN STATE ELECTRONIC CLASSICS SERIES PUBLICATION The New Machiavelli by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvania Sta... ...CS SERIES PUBLICATION The New Machiavelli by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...ing play of instinctive passion and desire against too abstract a dream of statesmanship. But things that seemed to lie very far apart in Machiavelli’... ... are steep square hills (geologically, volumes of Orr’s Cyclopaedia of the Sciences) and the cracks and spaces of the floor and the bare brown surroun... ...the Cage Fields, and presently extended right up the London Road. A single national school in an inconve- nient situation set itself inadequately to c... ...eigns as a stroked aphis exudes honey. It was like the new language of the Academy of Lagado to me, and I never learnt how to express myself in it, fo... ...easy, but its shifting audience, the comings and goings and hesitations of members behind the chair—not mere audience units, but men who matter—the de... ...o Republican and Democrat, for example, and you have the conditions in the United States. The Crown or a dethroned dynasty, the Estab- lished Church o...

Excerpt: The New Machiavelli by H. G. Wells.

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne

By: William Carew Hazilitt

...es Cotton Edited by William Carew Hazilitt 1877 1877 1877 1877 1877 ESSAYS OF MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE Book the First T ranslated by Charles Cotton Edited ... ...Carew Hazilitt 1877 1877 1877 1877 1877 ESSAYS OF MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE Book the First T ranslated by Charles Cotton Edited by William Carew Hazilitt 18... ... leaving Paris, stayed a short time at Blois, to attend the meeting of the States-General. We do not know 22 Essays: Book the First what part he took... ... there being some sort of relationship be- tween them), “since I have been united to you by marriage, which is one of the most weighty and sacred ties... ... and of the ancient favour and friendship which you have borne towards the members of our house. But, Monsieur, in default of better coin, I offer you... ...0]. 53 Montaigne XV XV XV XV XV To the same.—[ This letter is also in the national collection, among the Dupuy papers. It was first printed in the “J... ... proceeds from their applying themselves the wrong way to the study of the sciences; and that, after the manner we are instructed, it is no wonder if ... ...uch more easy and natural than that of Gaza,—[Theodore Gaza, rector of the Academy of Ferrara.]—in which the precepts are so intricate, and so harsh, ...

Excerpt: Essays of Michel De Montaigne, Book the First, translated by Charles Cotton, Ed. William Carew Hazilitt.

...................................................................................................................................................... 6 THE LIFE OF MONTAIGNE ...................................................................................................................................... 9 THE LETTERS OF MONTAIGNE ............................................

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne Book the Third

By: William Carew Hazilitt

...es Cotton Edited by William Carew Hazilitt 1877 1877 1877 1877 1877 ESSAYS OF MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE Book the Third T ranslated by Charles Cotton Edited ... ...Carew Hazilitt 1877 1877 1877 1877 1877 ESSAYS OF MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE Book the Third T ranslated by Charles Cotton Edited by William Carew Hazilitt 18... ...her- wise and more nobly ordered than that other justice which is special, national, and constrained to the ends of government, 12 Essays: Book III “... ...inkles, and the like. This is the utmost of what I would allow them in the sciences. There are some particular natures that are private and re- tired:... ...s does this raving put our faces into! what sallies and agitations both of members and voices does it inspire us with! Does it not seem that this indi... ...d, they still close and stick to- gether, both moving and in heaps; as ill united bodies, that, shuffled together without order, find of themselves a ... ...v. 7, 43.] we are not, peradventure, at our last gasp. The conservation of states is a thing that, in all likelihood, surpasses our un- derstanding;—a... ... at pleasure. Antiochus had in his youth strongly written in favour of the Academy; in his old age he wrote as much against it; would not, which of th...

Excerpt: Essays of Michel De Montaigne, translated by Charles Cotton, Ed. William Carew Hazilitt.

...Contents CHAPTER I OF PROFIT AND HONESTY................................................................................... 4 CHAPTER II OF REPENTANCE ................................................................................................

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