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Page 223 - that every township after the Lord hath increased them to the number of fifty householders shall appoint one to teach all children to read and write ; and where any town shall increase to the number of one hundred families they shall set up a grammar school, the masters thereof being able to instruct youth so far as they may be fitted for the university.
Page 248 - If I stoop Into a dark tremendous sea of cloud, It is but for a time : I press God's lamp Close to my breast ; its splendour, soon or late, Will pierce the gloom : I shall emerge one day.
Page 345 - Let us understand once for all," he says, " that the ethical progress of society depends not on imitating the cosmic process, still less in running away from it, but in combating it.
Page 31 - inferred existences are in the very act of inference thrown out of my consciousness, recognized as outside of it, as not being a part of me. I propose, accordingly, to call these inferred existences ejects, things thrown out of my consciousness, to distinguish them from objects, things presented in my consciousness, phenomena.
Page 31 - the word as there given was as follows: "When I come to the conclusion that you are conscious, and that there are objects in your consciousness similar to those in mine, I am not inferring any actual or possible feelings of my own, but your feelings, which are not, and cannot by any possibility become, objects in my consciousness.
Page 237 - is strikingly proved by the example of the Olympic victors, for not more than two or three of them have gained a prize as boys and as men." Their early training and severe gymnastic exercises exhausted their constitutions.
Page 234 - A city can be virtuous only when the citizens who have a share in the government are virtuous, and in our state all the citizens share in the government ; let us then inquire how a man becomes virtuous.
Page 106 - the moment of execution ; and when the workmen yield, as they sometimes do without resistance, though severely felt by them, they are never heard of by other people.
Page 236 - reading, writing, and drawing are regarded as useful for the purposes of life in a variety of ways ; and gymnastic exercises are thought to infuse courage. Concerning music,
Page 179 - be transitory, though at the same time it is asserted that " there is no belief less warranted by actual experience than that a democratic republic is, after the first and in the long run, given to reforming legislation.

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