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"To the equal, equally, and to the unequal, unequally"Mthus justice advises. And as a result, the unequal are never equalized.
Men are cowards when it comes to the "eternally feminine": and the little women know it.
Great things demand that we either remain silent about them or speak in a great manner: in a great manner, that is--cynically and ...
For the longest time, marriage has had a guilty conscience about itself. Should we believe it?--Yes, we should believe it.
The grand style follows suit with all great passion. It disdains to please, it forgets to persuade. It commands. It wills.
It takes physical courage to indulge in wickedness. The "good" are too cowardly to do it.
No one would have doubted his ability to reign had he never been emperor.
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