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... laws haven't the slightest interest for me--except in the world of science, in which they are always changing; or in the world ...
An honest appraisal of the respective pleasures derived from theater and cinema, at least as to what is less intellectual and more ...
The writer, like a swimmer caught by an undertow, is borne in an unexpected direction. He is carried to a subject which has awaite ...
... not only have we exploited them physically and economically to bring ease to our bodies and our purses, but also we have explo ...
... the highest gifts are not measurable in dollars and cents. Beyond and above the class who run an account with the world and me ...
No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the Continent, a part of the main.... Any man's death diminishes me ...
In academic science, interdisciplinary work is productive and praised, but is relatively rare. Scientists don't need to cooperate ...
But when you have chosen your part, abide by it, and do not weakly try to reconcile yourself with the world.
Miss C_____ is ... remarkably neat in her person and is uncommonly diligent in every part of useful economy.... She hath indeed un ...
As this world is at present constituted, what we call the lower part of mankind work for pay, and by that means support themselves ...
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