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Enthusiasm produces the most cruel disorders in human society; but its fury is like that of thunder and tempest, which exhaust the ...
That the corruption of the best things produces the worst, is grown into a maxim, and is commonly proved, among other instances, b ...
Enthusiasm, being the infirmity of bold and ambitious tempers, is naturally accompanied with a spirit of liberty; as superstition, ...
If you are prepared to accept the consequences of your dreams ... then you must still regard America today with the same naive ent ...
The differences between the President and the Prime Minister were at least in one respect something more than the obvious differen ...
Enthusiasm. A distemper of youth, curable by small doses of repentance in connection with outward applications of experience.
Have a sense of piety ever on your mind, and be ever mindful that this is subject to no change, but will last you as long as life ...
The tourist is first of all an adventurer. The dream is of the pioneer, the explorer, the great voyager or the conquering emperor. ...
Not for Moorcock the painful, infrequent excretion of dry little novels like so many rabbit pellets; his is the grand, messy flux ...
The overall picture, as the boys say, is of a degraded community whose idealism even is largely fake. The pretentiousness, the bog ...
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