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No wonder that, when a political career is so precarious, men of worth and capacity hesitate to embrace it. They cannot afford to ...
Art has no cosmology, it gives us no view of the universe; every distinct work of art gives us a little cosmology of its own, and ...
Your love for me is founded in a sentiment. My love for you is founded in the body. A precarious interchange.
This gave me that precarious Gait
Some call Experience.
The aggregate of all knowledge has not yet become culture in us. Rather it would seem as if, with the progressive scientific penet ...
Courage, of all national qualities, is the most precarious; because it is exerted only at intervals, and by a few in every nation; ...
A politician never forgets the precarious nature of elective life. We have never established a practice of tenure in public office ...
One good Man may take another's Word, if they so agree, but a whole Nation ought never to trust to any Honesty, but what is built ...
... one thing that distinguishes a frontier is the precarious nature of the human hold on it.
Compassion and shame come over one who considers how precarious is the origin of the proudest of living beings: often the smell of ...
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