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An act of God was defined as "something which no reasonable man could have expected."
The moment of truth, the sudden emergence of a new insight, is an act of intuition. Such intuitions give the appearance of miracul ...
The two polar aspects of the contemporary American character collided that day in Dallas--a consideration which, in going beyond p ...
Quayle was a twink. He got all the way through the sixties without dying from an overdose, being institutionalized by his parents ...
For twelve successive Congresses we have appeared before committees of the two Houses making this plea, that the underlying princi ...
Philosophers multiply our general nouns and verbs; they give fresh sense to stale terms; "man" and "nature" are their characters; ...
So work the honey-bees,
Creatures that by a rule in nature teach
The act of order to a peopled kingdom.
Let our hearts, as subtle masters do,
Stir up their servants to an act of rage
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Good and evil are essential differences of the act of the will. For good and evil pertain essentially to the will; just as truth a ...
The race of prophets is extinct. Europe is becoming set in its ways, slowly embalming itself beneath the wrappings of its borders, ...
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