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'I am drawing ever nearer the goal to which I am leading you along a not very exhilarating path.'18th
'The dialectic of the present age tends towards equality and it's the most logical, though mistaken fulfillment is leveling as the negative unity of the negative receprocity of all19th
'But their moods change; sometimes they incline one way, then another; and sometime they restrain themselves. I am not discussing those sudden floodings whose causes we know. By th16th
'She needed all the time at her disposal, he said, to prepare herself so that she could appear at these events with a much splendor as the other woman.'17th
'... declare him from this moment as a traitor and a criminal towards humanity...'18th
'Thus, when both the most poerful or the most miserable made up their strength or their needs a sort of right to another's goods, equivalent according ot them, to the right of prop18th
'In this relationship is revealed, too, the extend to which man's need has become a human need; the extent to which, therefore, the other person as a person has become for him a ne19th
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'This concept already dwells in the natural sound understanding a needs not so much to be taught as merely to be elucidated.'18th/19th
'This transition of thought from the cause to the effect proceeds not from reason, it drives it origin altogether from custom and experience.'18th
'Now it is indeed evident by the light of nature that there must be at least as much reality in the efficient and total cause as there is in the effect of that same cause.'17th
'Physician philosopher probe and illuminate the labyrith that is man. They alone have relvealed man's springs hidden under coverings that obscure so many other marvels.'18th
'But world history is not the place for happiness.'19th
'So little that even amongst us land that is left wholly to nature that hath no improvement of pasturage tillage is called as indeed it is waste.'17th
'Now let us review the observations made during the past two months, once more inviting the attention of all who are eager for true philosophy to the first steps of such important 17th

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