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The radiance of which he speaks is the scholastic quidditas, the whatness of a thing. This supreme quality is felt by the artist w hen the a ...

James Joyce aesthetics Shelley Percy Bysshe Galvani Luigi

The great disadvantage, and advantage, of the small urban bourgeois is his limited outlook. He sees the world as a middle- class w orld, and ...

George Orwell bourgeoisie the

I'm so glad I never feel important, it does complicate life! ...

Eleanor Roosevelt egotism self-importance First Ladies of the United States

The intellect,--that is miraculous! Who has it, has the talisman: his skin and bones, though they were of the color of night, are transparen ...

Ralph Waldo Emerson race mind the

People today are still living off the table scraps of the sixties. They are still being passed around--the music and the ideas. ...

Bob Dylan twentieth century: the 1960s

It is difficult to make our material condition better by the best law, but it is easy enough to ruin it by bad laws. ...

Theodore Roosevelt laws and the law

Brothers are like hands and feet. ...

unknown author brothers family

Christians are to be taught that the pope would and should wish to give of his own money, even though he had to sell the basilica of St. Pet ...

Martin Luther pope the

Maybe in the '90s or possibly in the next century people will look upon the '80s as the age of masturbation, when it was taken to the limit; ...

Bob Dylan twentieth century: the 1980s

... it is a rather curious thing to have to divide one's life into personal and official compartments and temporarily put the pers onal side ...

Eleanor Roosevelt public life private life First Ladies of the United States