In the government of a land there are three parts, viz. laws, fit officers and a faithful execution of those laws.
We can best illustrate the claim that the three last Gospels were written in the order they appeared, as a necessity to meet the objections and cavils of the philosophers, by taking some leading subject which is mentioned by all.
As a slave is a particular species of property, let us by all means inquire into the nature of property in general, and the acquisition of money, according to the manner we […]
DR WILLIAM BOERICKE`S PREFACE [English Translator of the Sixth Edition from Germany] The sixth edition of the “Organon” as left by Hahnemann ready for publication, was found to be an interleaved copy […]
Extract from Principia : 1726 Edition Published on 1687 AXIOMATA, SIVE LEGES MOTUS [Leges solæ descripta sunt, commentariis prætermissis.] Lex I Corpus omne perseverare in statu suo quiescendi vel movendi uniformiter in directum, nisi […]
Those who consider the periods and revolutions of humankind, as represented in history, are entertained with a spectacle full of pleasure and variety, and see with surprise the manners, customs, and opinions […]
Nothing appears more surprising to those who consider human affairs with a philosophical eye, than the easiness with which the many are governed by the few; and the implicit submission, with which […]
Nothing is more apt to surprise a foreigner, than the extreme liberty which we enjoy in this country of communicating whatever we please to the public and of openly censuring every measure […]
SYLLABUS: Before any worthy architecture can arise in the modern world the soul must be aroused. Architecture is the concrete presentment in space of the soul of a people. If that soul […]
Republic D. The Elite [Book III, Socrates and Glaucon, p. 681] SOCRATES: And not only their [guardians] education, but their habitations, and all that belongs to them, should be such as will […]
I know that I have so much religion that I shall never be able to do a thing which I would not be willing openly to do before the whole world; only the thought of meeting persons on my journeys whose ideas are radically different from mine (and those of all honest people) frightens me.
TO PASTOR AMENDA. 2nd January 1800. MY DEAR, MY GOOD AMENDA, MY WARM-HEARTED FRIEND,– I received and read your last letter with deep emotion, and with mingled pain and pleasure. To what […]
LONDON, SEPTEMBER 28, 1872. Reported by Moncure D. Conway in the Cincinnati Commercial. It affords me sincere pleasure to meet this distinguished club, a club which has extended its hospitalities and its […]
§ 1. The Three Factors of Judging Good judgment A man of good judgment in a given set of affairs is a man in so far educated, trained, whatever may be his […]
Selective reading from : HISTORY OF THE WORLD BY H. G. WELLS IN the four gospels we find the personality and teachings of Jesus but very little of the dogmas of the […]