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The Laws (Part 5) - Plato

... a man is to act about his parents, and himself, and his own affairs; and in relation to the state, and his friends, and kindred, both in what concerns his own countrymen, and in what concerns the stranger. We will now ...

How launching the “worst version” of a site led to 40,000,000 monthly users - Tom Lehman

... of rushed through that intro was because it just felt so gimmicky. And I just realized after reading it that I couldn?t stand by my own intro. So let?s explain it a little bit. It took six hours partially because time in that ...

The Republic (Book 6) - Plato

... are treated in their own States is so grievous that no single thing on earth is comparable to it; and therefore, if I am to plead their cause, I must have recourse to fiction, and put together a figure made up of many ...

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Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume I Chapters III-VI (3-7)” - MsMAPLit

... his attention, after he had made himself perfectly master of Greek and Latin. For my own part, idleness had ever been irksome to me, and now that I wished to fly from reflection, and hated my former studies, I felt great relief ...

Paradise Lost, Book 2 - John Milton

... Thine own begotten, breaking violent way Tore through my entrails, that with fear and pain Distorted, all my nether shape thus grew Transform'd: but he my inbred enemie Forth issu'd, brandishing his fatal Dart Made to destroy: I fled, and cry ...

Natural History of the Intellect (Chapter 1) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... told me. Only I have a suspicion that, as geologists say every river makes its own valley, so does this mystic stream. It makes its valley, makes its banks and makes perhaps the observer too. Who has found the boundaries of human ...

The Tunnel Under the World - Frederik Pohl

... tell her all the little details of the dream that made it seem so real. No need to mention the splintered ribs, and the salt bubble in his throat, and the agonized knowledge that this was death. He said, "Maybe ...

Civil Rights Cases - The Supreme Court of the United States

... the enjoyment of such civil rights as were fundamental in freedom. That it can exert its authority to that extent is made clear, and was intended to be made clear, by the express grant of power contained in the second ...

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Nixon v. United States - The Supreme Court of the United States

... 519, 521. Article I,§ 5, provides that "Each House shall be the Judge of the Elections, Returns and Qualifications of its own Members." In turn, Art. I, § 2, specifies three requirements for membership in the House: The candidate must ...

World-Wide Volkswagen Corp. v. Woodson - The Supreme Court of the United States

... amount of business conducted by mail across state lines. At the same time modern transportation and communication have made it much less burdensome for a party sued to defend himself in a State where he engages in ...

Socialism: Utopian and Scientific (Chap. 3) - Friedrich Engels

... , on the contrary, introduced as a means of increasing and developing the production of commodities. When it arose, it found ready-made, and made liberal use of, certain machinery for the production and exchange of commodities; merchants' capital, handicraft, wage-labor ...

The Sorrows of Young Werther (Book II) - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

... disappointment, for my discontented mind; and then this insupportable load of trouble would not rest entirely upon myself. But, alas! I feel it too sadly. I am alone the cause of my own woe, am I not? Truly, my own bosom contains the ...

Main Street (Chapter V) - Sinclair Lewis

... would be sweet to have a baby of my own. I do want one. Tiny??No! Not yet! There's so much to do. And I'm still tired from the job. It's in my bones.? She rested at home. She listened to the village ...

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Mary Shelley's “1818 Frankenstein Volume III Chapters I-IV (1-4)” - MsMAPLit

... of mine could avert it. I had resolved in my own mind, that to create another like the fiend I had first made would be an act of the basest and most atrocious selfishness; and I banished from my mind every thought that ...

Ballot or Bullet - Malcolm X

... Negroes to defend themselves. Article number two of the constitutional amendments provides you and me the right to own a rifle or a shotgun. It is constitutionally legal to own a shotgun or a rifle. This doesn't mean you're going to get a rifle ...

The Ballot or The Bullet (Traduction) - Malcolm X

... Negroes to defend themselves. Article number two of the constitutional amendments provides you and me the right to own a rifle or a shotgun. It is constitutionally legal to own a shotgun or a rifle. This doesn't mean you're going to get a rifle ...

First Aspect. The Idea Subordinated To The Principle Of Sufficient Reason: The Object Of Experience And Science. - Arthur Schopenhauer

... I am conscious only as idea, exactly like my own body, of which I am doubly conscious, in one aspect as idea, in another aspect as will? The fuller explanation of this question and its answer in the affirmative, will form the ...

Hearing on Home Recording of Copyrighted Works - Jack Valenti

... line. Seventy-five percent have a permanent collection. My own home, we do it in our on home. I know about that. Anybody that has a VCR, talk to them, and I ask you to use your own commonsense, Mr. Chairman, Mrs. Schroeder, Mr ...

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Parmenides (Full Text) - Plato

... be our first hypothesis, if I am to attempt this laborious pastime? Shall I begin with myself, and take my own hypothesis the one? and consider the consequences which follow on the supposition either of the being or of the ...

Phaedo (Full Text) - Plato

... would have made a fable about God trying to reconcile their strife, and how, when he could not, he fastened their heads together; and this is the reason why when one comes the other follows, as I know by my own experience ...

Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals ( Chap. II ) - Immanuel Kant

... take the liveliest wish for the good straightaway as its reality, to become doubtful at certain moments (especially with increasing years, when experience has made one's judgment partly more shrewd and partly more acute in observation) whether any true virtue ...

Of the Principles of Pure Practical Reason (Chap. 1.1) - Immanuel Kant

... of maxim is adapted for universal legislation, and what is not. Suppose, for example, that I have made it my maxim to increase my fortune by every safe means. Now, I have a deposit in my hands, the owner of which is dead ...

The Critique of Pure Reason; Part 25 - Immanuel Kant

... the systematic Unity of empirical cognition, which is by the aid of these ideas Arranged and emended within its own proper limits, to an extent Unattainable by the operation of the principles of the understanding ...

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State of the Union 1926 - Calvin Coolidge

... past few years have given us a better understanding of the subject, and it is my hope that out of the various proposals made the basis will be found for a sound and effective solution upon which agreement can be reached. In ...

Venice(Chap. 3) - Marcel Proust

... -office required a signed receipt certifying that the telegram was addressed to myself. I opened it as soon as I was in my own room, and, as I cast my eye over the sheet covered with inaccurately transmitted words, managed nevertheless to make out ...

State of the Union 1849 - Zachary Taylor

... officers acting under the military authority, as they were during the Administration of my predecessor. It will, I think, be expedient to confirm the collections thus made, and direct the avails (after such allowances as Congress may think fit to authorize ...

State of the Union 1839 - Martin Van Buren

... of the strict responsibility to which they will be held; and while I am conscious of my own anxious efforts to perform with fidelity this portion of my public functions, it is a satisfaction to me to be able to count on ...

Paid In Full - Dame Dash

... ! What you want me to do, sit in here and not listen to no music? It don't make no difference if I'm here or not! It's my rules, my radio, my store, my music! You know I don't listen to this shit ...

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Paradise Lost, Book 3 - John Milton

... , Sole pledge of his obedience: So will fall Hee and his faithless Progenie: whose fault? Whose but his own? ingrate, he had of mee All he could have; I made him just and right, Sufficient to have stood, though free to ...

Complete Transcript of Steve Jobs, Macworld Conference and Expo, January 9, 2007 - Steve Jobs

... be selling iPhone through our own stores, and through Cingular stores. And it?s my pleasure to introduce the CEO of Cingular, Stan Sigman. [Sigman] Let?s take a look at this market, and how big it is. My clicker?s not working. Oh ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 4 (The Beach) - Henry David Thoreau

... appearance, as seen from the ocean, and because it once made a part of that town, ? full fifty rods in width, and in many places much more, and sometimes full one hundred and fifty feet above the ocean, ? stretched away northward ...

Ex Parte Young - The Supreme Court of the United States

... ex officio attorney for the railroad commission and it is made his duty to institute and prosecute all actions which the Commission shall order brought, and shall render the commissioners all counsel and advice necessary for the proper performance of ...

United Public Workers v. Mitchell - The Supreme Court of the United States

... purpose of participating in the making of these decisions, it is my earnest desire to engage actively in political management and political campaigns. I wish to engage in such activity upon my own time, as a private citizen." "I wish to engage in ...

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Cut Glass Bowl - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... it. That bowl came, and of course it's beautiful. Its diameter or circumference or something is two and a half feet--or perhaps it's three and a half. Anyway, the sideboard is really too small for it; it sticks way out." "My ...

The Republic (Book 9) - Plato

... of the two other principles prevails, it fails in attaining its own pleasure, and compels the rest to pursue after a pleasure which is a shadow only and which is not their own? True. And the greater the interval which separates them ...

Of the Dialectic of Pure Reason in defining the Conception of the “Summum Bonum” (Chap. 2.2) - Immanuel Kant

... , from the relation of reason only to the will, and consequently made it the supreme practical condition of the summum bonum; but it was not therefore the whole condition of its possibility. The Epicureans had indeed assumed as the supreme ...

Of the Motives of Pure Practical Reason (Chap. 1.3) - Immanuel Kant

... is defective, the law made visible by an example still humbles my pride, my standard being furnished by a man whose imperfections, whatever they may be, are not known to me as my own are, and who therefore appears to me ...

Heart of Darkness (Section I) - Joseph Conrad

... . I was not used to get things that way, you know. I always went my own road and on my own legs where I had a mind to go. I wouldn't have believed it of myself; but, then -- you see -- I felt somehow I must get there ...

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Heart of Darkness (Section III) - Joseph Conrad

... of belief; it had candour, it had conviction, it had a vibrating note of revolt in its whisper, it had the appalling face of a glimpsed truth -- the strange commingling of desire and hate. And it is not my own extremity I remember ...

Light in August (Chapter 6) - William Faulkner

... at him. Watched you. For five years.? ?I know,? he said. ?I know evil. Aint I made evil to get up and walk God?s world? A walking pollution in God?s own face I made it. Out of the mouths of little children He never concealed ...

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