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What vast additions to the conveniences and comforts of living might mankind have acquired, if the money spent in wars had been em ...
For Nature is the noblest engineer, yet uses a grinding economy, working up all that is wasted to-day into to-morrow's creation;Mn ...
The knowledge of an unlearned man is living and luxuriant like a forest, but covered with mosses and lichens and for the most part ...
I am greatly pleased with the public, authentic isolation in which we two, you and I, now find ourselves. It is wholly in accord w ...
Of course, Behaviorism "works." So does torture. Give me a no- nonsense, down-to-earth behaviorist, a few drugs, and simple electr ...
Certainly the best works, and of greatest merit for the public, have proceeded from the unmarried, or childless men.
What a vast advantage has a speech over a written composition. Men are imposed upon by voice and gesture, and by all that is condu ...
Eclecticism is the degree zero of contemporary general culture: one listens to reggae, watches a western, eats McDonald's food for ...
The elite artist knows that his audience views his art in a context of certain predispositions; he anticipates success or failure ...
The most foreign and picturesque structures on the Cape, to an inlander, not excepting the salt-works, are the windmills,--gray- l ...
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