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" To touch the heart of his mystery, we find in him one thought, strange to the point of lunacy; the thought of duty; the thought of something owing to himself, to his neighbor, to his God: an ideal of decency, to which he would rise if it were possible;... "
Expository Writing - Sida 55
efter Mervin James Curl - 1919 - 312 sidor
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volym 112

1913
...attributes of the Deity; rising up to do battle for an egg or die for an idea; singling out his friends or his mate with cordial affection; bringing forth in...below which, if it be possible, he will not stoop."' That this recurrent sense of wonder is justified, despite all that science has achieved, is easily...
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The Pocket R.L.S.: Being Favourite Passages from the Works of Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895 - 216 sidor
...point of lunacy : the thought of duty, the thought of something owing to himself, to his neighbour, to his God : an ideal of decency, to which he would...below which, if it be possible, he will not stoop. 'T'HERE are two just reasons for the choice •*• of any way of life : the first is inbred taste...
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The Secret Life: Being the Book of a Heretic

Elizabeth Bisland - 1906 - 313 sidor
...something owing to himself, to his neighbour, to his God; an ideal of decency to which he would rise if possible, a limit of shame, below which if it be possible he will not stoop. . . . Not in man alone, but we trace it in dogs and cats which we know fairly well, and doubtless some...
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Man in the Light of Evolution

John Mason Tyler - 1908 - 230 sidor
...to prey upon his fellow lives ; who should have blamed him had he been of a piece with his destiny? To touch the heart of his mystery, we find in him...shame, below which if it be possible, he will not stoop.1 We may clarify the vision, oftentimes we can raise the ideal. But some ideal, and the highest...
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English Literature and Religion, 1800-1900

Edward Mortimer Chapman - 1910 - 578 sidor
...point of lunacy : the thought of duty ; the thought of something owing to himself, to his neighbour, to his God ; an ideal of decency, to which he would...which, if it be possible, he will not stoop." ' The development of so much that is great in language from the written oracles of religion has therefore...
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English Literature in Account with Religion, 1800-1900

Edward Mortimer Chapman - 1910 - 578 sidor
...point of lunacy : the thought of duty; the thought of something owing to himself, to his neighbour, to his God; an ideal of decency, to which he would...below which, if it be possible, he will not stoop." l The development of so much that is great in language from the written oracles of religion has therefore...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volym 112

1913
...attributes of the Deity; rising up to do battle for an egg or die for an idea; singling out his friends or his mate with cordial affection; bringing forth in...below which, if it be possible, he will not stoop." ' That this recurrent sense of wonder is justified, despite all that science has achieved, is easily...
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The Spirit of Man: An Anthology in English & French from the Philosophers ...

Robert Seymour Bridges - 1916 - 336 sidor
...find in him . . . the thought of Duty ; the thought of something owing to himself, to his neighbour, to his God : an ideal of decency, to which he would...below which, if it be possible, he will not stoop It matters not where we look, under what climate we observe him, in what stage of society, in what...
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Educational Review ..., Volym 52

1916
...the attributes of the deity; rising up to do battle for an egg or die for an idea; singling out Ms friends and his mate with cordial affection; bringing...below which, if it be possible, he will not stoop." He goes on to draw a black picture of the evil side of life "of organized injustice, cowardly violence...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volym 87

1901
...something owing to himself, to his neighbor, to hie God ; an ideal of decency to which he would rise if possible ; a limit of shame below which, if it be possible, he will not stoop. . . . Not in man alone, but we trace it in dogs and cats whom we know fairly well, and doubtless some...
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