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Three characteristics mark all confirmed expatriates: (1) slowness on the up-take, (2) the tendency to personalize the impersonal- ...
In the Catholic world, one can leave one's home and wander in various fields, but the tents of the Church are large, its compassio ...
The envied are like bureaucrats; the more impersonal they are, the greater the illusion (for themselves and for others) of their p ...
... in general, the Anglo-Irish do not make good dancers; they are too spritely and conscious; they are incapable of one kind of t ...
Bruno Antony: Tell me, Judge, after you've sentenced a man to the chair, isn't it difficult to go out and eat your dinner after th ...
People accuse journalism of being too personal; but to me it has always seemed far too impersonal. It is charged with tearing away ...
And what is Genius but finer love, a love impersonal, a love of the flower and perfection of things, and a desire to draw a new pi ...
In all conversation between two persons, tacit reference is made, as to a third party, to a common nature. That third party or com ...
I am not a great man, but sometimes I think the impersonal and objective equality of my talent and the sacrifices of it, in pieces ...
In so far as religion assumes the world to be directed by conscious agents who may be turned from their purpose by persuasion, it ...
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