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When you consider the radiance, that it does not withhold
itself but pours its abundance without selection into every
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The difference between a photograph and even the most realistic painting--say, one of Courbet's landscapes--is that in the latter ...
Natural selection, the blind, unconscious, automatic process which Darwin discovered, and which we now know is the explanation for ...
It is unwise to equate scientific activity with what we call reason, poetic activity with what we call imagination. Without the im ...
Natural selection, as it has operated in human history, favors not only the clever but the murderous.
Your pier-glass or extensive surface of polished steel ... will be minutely and multitudinously scratched in all directions; but p ...
Again, the great number of cultivated men keep each other up to a high standard. The habit of meeting well-read and knowing men te ...
Placing too much importance on where a child goes rather than what he does there . . . doesn't take into account the child's needs ...
The most condensed format of the conversionist motif is the TV commercial, which has become essential to both network and religiou ...
The President should not be required to take up the question of the selection of a successor before the last offices of affection ...
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