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Language is a process of free creation; its laws and principles are fixed, but the manner in which the principles of generation ar ...
The only justification for repressive institutions is material and cultural deficit. But such institutions, at certain stages of h ...
Predatory capitalism created a complex industrial system and an advanced technology; it permitted a considerable extension of demo ...
When I compare myself, my being-myself, with anything else whatever, all things alike, all in the same degree, rebuff me with blan ...
He is so great that all things give him glory if you mean they should. So then, my brethren, live.
For human nature, being more highly pitched, selved, and distinctive than anything in the world, can have been developed, evolved, ...
I find myself both as man and as myself something more determined and distinctive, at pitch, more distinctive and higher pitched t ...
Any day, any minute we bless God for our being or for anything, for food, for sunlight, we do and are what we were meant for, made ...
Searching nature I taste self but at one tankard, that of my own being.
It is not only prayer that gives God glory but work. Smiting on an anvil, sawing a beam, whitewashing a wall, driving horses, swee ...
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