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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Periyar's Views on Untouchability

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

... related to Untouchability 114 3.3 Some facts about Untouchability and its Consequences even after 57 years of Independence 334 Chapter F... ...in order to understand the multi-dimensional facets of untouchability and its consequences, we have given relevant excerpts from the translation of ... ...Smarandache [55-59]. 23 DEFINITION 1.4.1: In the neutrosophic logic every logical variable x is described by an ordered triple x = (T, I, F) wh... ...sistent logic, which means contradictory sources of information about a same logical variable, proposition or event one has T + I + F > 1. Thu... ...temporary casteist atrocities to analyze the evils of untouchability and its consequences using Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCMs) and Neutrosophic Cognit... ...everal cases, those who dare to love across caste lines have to face the dire consequence of death. R 10 – Varnashrama Dharma It was the earl... ... of the Brahmin society must only be Chandalas. So, in this 150 situation, logically you cannot be faulted since you have a place and plenty of e... ...eech of Periyar, 19-12-1973] 3.3 Some facts about Untouchability and its Consequences even after 57 years of Independence Here we give some ... ... Nadu 1920-1940, Koodal Pubishers, Madurai, (1980). 375 34. Periyar Dasan, Logical Analysis of Atheistic Principles of Periyar, unpublished Ph.D ...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

... Gregory will enter the Albany law school. Hart willstudy at Andover theo- logical seminary. Hill is undecided. Hinman will enter the employ of the We... ...is undecided. Loughborough will study law. McCleary will enter Union theo- logical seminary. McGown will go into the hard- ware businesBatCooperstown.... ...muel Hub- bard Scudder '57, the noted na- turalist, who presented the Bio- logical library with 500 bound volumes and more than 5,000 pamphlets ou sci... ...convinces us that the grant- ing of a four days' recess at Thanksgiving is logically necess- ary to the success of the double-out system. The substant... ...ors the oppo- nents of this policy. Swimming: Applies tor Recognition As a logical sequence to its suc- cessful initial season, swimming is now making... ...rticipated in the Brown-Will- iams track meet in Williamstown last May. In consequence, trick plnys have been developed to a considerable extent, and ... ... by an- other, a 30-j'nrd run from a for- ward pass. A third was scored in consequence of a fumble, and the last was the result of steady, old- style ... ...1 .00 per day and up. ___ The^only'moderate priced hotet of reputation and consequence in PHILADELPHIA Beach, Hultman and McDow- ell 1911 have resigne... ...an write more sincerely of Williainstown than of South Africa, and that in consequence their writings will be of truer literary value. I take it that ...

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Listen with Your Heart

By: Barbara Scott

... more confidence, we’ll figure out some way. Are you sure you’re up to the consequences?” “Louise, I can’t sleep for wanting him.” “Then, let’s... ...lenched fists against his temples. “An accident.” “It’s all so simple, so logical,” she said. “If Carew has any fairness at all, he’ll see we can’...

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Jane Eyre

By: Charlotte Brontë

... which nobody feels but yourself, than to commit a hasty action whose evil consequences will extend to all connected with you; and besides, the Bible ... ...y: I could not then distinctly say it to myself; yet I had a reason, and a logical, natural reason too. However, when I had brushed my hair very smoot... ...n’t thoroughly understand him, in short—at least, I don’t: but it is of no consequence, he is a very good master.” This was all the account I got from... ...yet he was anxious that Mr. Edward should have wealth, too, to keep up the consequence of the name; and, soon after he was of age, some steps were tak... ...about appearances; that tastes mostly differ; and that beauty is of little consequence, or something of that sort.” “You ought to have replied no such... ... of that sort.” “You ought to have replied no such thing. Beauty of little consequence, indeed! And so, under pretence of softening the previous outra...

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Analysis of Social Aspects of Migrant Labourers Living with Hiv/Aids Using Fuzzy Theory and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...gram should be very suggestive to make them aware of the disease and the consequence of their high-risk behavior which will ultimately land them wi... ...ant to mention at least 4% of them acknowledged that they are reaping the consequences of their deeds. Some of them were stoic. When we asked what t... ...nt reveals that the other three conditions cannot be ignored and have its consequences in spreading HIV/ AIDS. Similarly by taking a vector Y K one... ...se refer Smarandache. DEFINITION 4.1.1: In the neutrosophic logic every logical variable x is described by an ordered triple x = (T, I, F) where T... ...tent logic, which means contradictory sources of information about a same logical variable, proposition or event one has T + I + F > 1. Thus ... ...t when he had sex with other women and with CSWs he was not aware of the consequences. He has two children. His wife is also affected with HIV. Hi... ...with no one to question and had no conscience and could not think of the consequences. o. The sudden change of atmosphere and the urban settings p... ...Association, 259 (1988) 1333-1337. 69. McCulloch, W.S., and Pitts, W., “A Logical Calculus of the Ideas Immanent in Nervous Activity,” Bulletin of ... ...ormation and Control, 8 (1965) 139-146. 122. Zhang, W., and Chen, S., “A Logical Architecture for Cognitive Maps,” Proceedings of the 2 nd IEEE I...

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Bail Yourself Out

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...them. Every expansion of Chapter 3: The Currents of Desire 21 gas was a consequence of the desire to give, which expands and creates, and every co... ...n nature, we must be positive and contribute to everyone, everywhere. The consequence of not doing so is the crisis we see unfolding before our eyes... ...ing texts. This book reaches out to all those seekers who want to find a logical, reliable way to under- stand the world’s phenomena. This fascinati... ...ner both rational and mature. Readers are gradually led to understand the logical design of the Universe and the life that exists in it. The Science...

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Empire and Wars

By: Sam Vaknin

...he process. Like any psychopath, the USA believes that it should be immune to the consequences of its misconduct abroad. Hence its shock when al-Q... ...uld blame the US for all that happened. The US had to react, and Afghanistan was a logical target. In this sense, the US did what the terrorists wa... ...e concern” regarding the cumulative shortfall in funds and warned of “very serious consequences on the humanitarian situation in Iraq”. Mr. Sevan a... ...territories "genocide" - hastening to reverse himself when faced with the possible consequences of his Freudian slip. Indeed, the looming conflict ... ...nt of socially owned enterprises and rigidified the budding labor market with dire consequences. One in two Kosovars is unemployed. Whatever activ... ...did? On the one hand, he may have saved lives and prevented a conflagration whose consequences no one could predict. On the other hand, by ignorin...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 1 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

... His language had the energy of honest direct- ness and he was a master of logical lucidity. He loved to point and enliven his reasoning by humorous i... ..., was then, and has ever since been, especially praised as one of the most logical and convinc- ing political speeches ever made in this country. The ... ... of the public interest were, as to appointments to office, of far greater consequence. Moreover, there had been such a mingling of different politica... ...s of Abraham Lincoln: V ol One swer, It has much to do with it. Its direct consequences are, comparatively speaking, but a small evil, and much of its... ...er consists in the proneness of our minds to regard its direct as its only consequences. Abstractly con- sidered, the hanging of the gamblers at Vicks... ...y con- sidered, the hanging of the gamblers at Vicksburg was of but little consequence. They constitute a portion of popu- lation that is worse than u... ...mob, the alienation of their affections from the government is the natural consequence; and to that, sooner or later, it must come. Here, then, is one... ...ainly I did neither; and if I did not, what becomes of the argument? These logical gentlemen can sustain their argument only by assuming that I did sa...

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WTF! This is a Liberal Utopia!

By: Frank B. Thompson, III

...e same high-sounding, muddled thinking of the geniuses on 'the left;' through vapid, touchy-feely, non-erudite, irrational conclusions and illogical, logical sounding arguments. The book the publishing houses would never let see the light of day....

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The Vatican Conspiracy

By: Jonathan Cross

...out the words not knowing where they came from, certainly not his formidable, logical mind. Michael Brand left, leaving the room in a p... ...ion, if any governmental agency chooses to file charges, I'll accept whatever consequences that comes with it." Alex turned back to the full audience... ...onger. Tonight, he would not mince words. Oshiro would have to understand the consequences of his decision. The table was set as elegantly as a gar... ...k for you, if you wish, but they must 219 J.Cross/Artemis understand the consequences of disobedience to the Oyabun, and the refusal of this mi... ... Alex?" she said trembling with emotion. This wasn't the time for Alex to be logical. He just held her in his arms. Alex said quietly to Walter, "... ...bed an Iraqi power plant. 274 J.Cross/Artemis But Soule’ was, however, a logical man, and to some degree he understood why they had done so. Hi... ...inch the Israelis too hard, they will react. And you may not be ready for the consequences." Soule' nodded his agreement. "You will have your rev... ...t that the Colombians are not even trying to get drugs into the country. As a consequence, the Russian gangs are letting up on the Puerto Ricans and ...

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Mankind in the Making

By: H. G. Wells

...for him- self alone, it goes to feed, to clothe, to educate those cardinal consequences of his being, his children; he builds for them, he plants for ... ...ings from the dawn of time and lives in offspring and thought and material consequence, for ever. This over-accentuation in the past of man’s egoistic... ...laim, an intention, however futile in its conception and disastrous in its consequences, to establish a wider security, to destroy a standing menace, ... ...ty of births attained under its influence. T o begin these speculations in logical order we must begin at the birth point, we must begin by asking how... ... every reason to believe that transitory ill-health in the parent is of no consequence at all to the offspring. Neither does acquired constitutional i... ... remember, was oratory. This aspect of school work was the traditional and logical development of the culture language-teaching. But as in Europe the ... ...ion to that pitch. There is no deliberate and professed training at all in logical thought—except for the use of Euclid’s Elements to that end—nor in ... ...l or share properties to trustees. Vigorous confiscation is a particularly logical punishment for the proven corrup- tion of public officers by any pr... ...is just as much paternity as begetting a son. The last temporary raft of a logical moral code goes to pieces at this, and its separated spars float he...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...can think our way into our behavior. I would certainly like to believe her, but the evidence points to the fact that we are psychological, not logica... ...ave probably heard, that‘s why we psychologists study our field—to throw suspicion off ourselves. ―We are afraid we won‘t be seen as logica... ...n imaging is giving us pictures of how the brain will react. Imaging often shows us that the brain will react in ways quite different from the logica... ...te different from the logical rules that we think of as our unique human ability. The limbic system in the brain often takes priority over the logica... ... 11 ―Most of don‘t want to believe it but we are psychological—not logica... ...action. So in setting both long and short term goals many of us would profit by looking at all of the options and thinking seriously about the conseq...

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Democracy in America

By: Alexis de Tocqueville

...r eclat, or better results for the welfare of mankind. His researches were logical and exhaustive. They included every phase of every question that th... ...on of the re- sults of democracy in the New World to ascertain its natural consequences, and to learn what the nations of Europe had to hope or fear f... ...on is going on amongst us; but there are two opinions as to its nature and consequences. To some it appears to be a novel accident, which as such may ... ...t it to govern, but all were bent on excluding it from the government. The consequence of this has been that the democratic revo- lution has been effe... ...ved to be legitimate, and as the serf looked upon his own inferiority as a consequence of the immutable order of nature, it is easy to imagine that a ... ... kind is to be feared. Upon this point, there- fore, the political and the logical reasons agree, and the people as well as the judges preserve their ... ...enta- tives – Singular effects of the fact that a Constitution can only be logical in the early stages of a nation. The plan which had been laid down ... ... ernment. These facts show how rare and how difficult it is rationally and logically to combine all the several parts of legislation. In the course of... ...me of the Committee on Indian Affairs, February 24, 1830, in which is most logically established and most learnedly proved, that “the fundamental prin...

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Memorials and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...he narrative have been established beyond the reach of scepticism: and, in consequence, the story was soon after adopted as historically established, ... ...Lord Altamont was firm in resisting this petition at that time. The remote consequence was, that by way of redressing the violated equi- librium to ou... ...eux’s dray-horses; and thus, after all, they may simply illustrate the old logical dictum ascribed to some medical man, that the reason why London chi... ...sentially opposed to religions of the book is, not that they have not, but logically that they cannot have, books or documents, inasmuch as they have ... ...ning oppression was the premature expansion of my mind; and, as a foremost consequence, intolerance of boyish society. I ought to have entered upon my... ...mily I have known that would privately have encouraged a smuggler, and, in consequence, were beset con- tinually by mock smugglers, offering, with air... ... foe. And in- stead of giving this account didactically, or according to a logical classification of the various items in the survey, I will give it h... ...again be chanted, that we, being a luxurious nation, must by force of good logical de- pendency be liable to many derivative taints and infirmities wh... ...es I have uni- formly given the victory to myself, he will make a pleasant logical blunder: for the true logic of the case is this: Not that it is mys...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 3 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

... and apparently indorsed by the people at an election, then to sustain the logical conclusion that what Dred Scott’s master might lawfully do with Dre... ...labor in one State under the laws thereof, escaping into another, shall in consequence of any law or regulation therein be dis- charged from such serv...

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Disagreeable Man, The

By: W. S. Gilbert

... the Bab Ballads, Gilbert developed his unique topsy-turvy style, where the humour was derived by setting up a ridiculous premise and working out its logical consequences, however absurd. The Ballads also reveal Gilbert's cynical and satirical approach to humour. They became famous on their own, as well as being a source for plot elements, characters and songs that Gilbert...

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Parmenides

By: Plato

...s, and overthrow ing him out of his own mouth, or whether he is propounding consequences which would have been admitted by Zeno and Parmenides them ... ...ink that in visible objects you may easily show any num ber of inconsistent consequences.’ ‘Y es; and you should consider , not only the consequences... ...keness, motion, rest, genera tion, corruption, being and not being. And the consequences must include consequences to the things supposed and to othe... ...on on the negative as well as the positive hypothesis, with reference to the consequences which flow from the denial as well as from the assertion of ... ... is the object of these para doxes, some have answered that they are a mere logical puzzle, while others have seen in them an Hegelian propaedeutic o... ...en in two senses: Either one is one, Or , one has being, from which opposite consequences are deduced, 1.a. If one is one, it is nothing. 1.b. If one ... ...rocess is real, or in any way an assistance to thought, or , like some other logical forms, a mere figure of speech transferred from the sphere of mat...

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Utilitarianism

By: John Stuart Mill

... means, one would think, of ascertaining what is right or wrong, and not a consequence of having already ascertained it. The difficulty is not avoided... ...ls, almost grotesquely, to show that there would be any contradiction, any logical (not to say physical) im possibility, in the adoption by all ratio... ... the most outrageously immoral rules of conduct. All he shows is that the consequences of their universal adoption would be such as no one would choo... ...cureans to have been by any means faultless in drawing out their scheme of consequences from the utilitarian principle. T o do this in any sufficient ... ...ost grateful to the feelings, apart from its moral attributes and from its consequences, the judgment of those who are qualified by knowledge of both,... ...f things which people forbear to do, from moral considerations, though the consequences in the particular case might be beneficial—it would be unworth... ...eing a direct emanation from the first principle of morals, and not a mere logical corollary from secondary or derivative doctrines. It is involved in...

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The Subjection of Women

By: John Stuart Mill

...ing a verdict. If they do extort a hearing, they are subjected to a set of logical requirements totally different from those ex acted from other peop... ...e formed by an union of persons not very unequal in strength, afforded, in consequence, the first instance of a portion of human relations fenced roun... ... rule of general con duct, any other being only a special and exceptional consequence of peculiar ties— and from how very re cent a date it is that ... ...o it in all ranks of the people, espe cially among persons of station and consequence. Such is the power of an established system, even when far from... ...ts of mankind, depending on what an enlightened estimate of tendencies and consequences may show to be most advantageous to humanity in general, witho... ...fficulty than others have in obtaining their services. To this there is no logical answer except”I will not”: and as people are now not only ashamed, ... ...ter, and a master too of all their earthly possessions. And truly, if this consequence were necessarily incident to marriage, I think that the apprehe...

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Theological Essays and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...ove the gods. Under this original peculiarity of Paganism, there arose two consequences, which I will mark by the Greek letters [Greek text] and [Gree... ...er I will notice in its order, first calling the reader’s attention to the consequence marked [Greek text], which is this:—In the full and profoundest... ...ans regret, not penitence; and [Greek text], means, ‘I rue this act in its consequences,’ not ‘I repent of this act for its moral nature.’ A and D, th... ...ss, far less was it the exclusive business. The worship flowed as a direct consequence from the new idea exposed of the divine nature, and from the ne... ...ere not, in relation to its own absolute merits; and this treatment is the logical treatment, applying itself to what is permanent in the nature of th... ...., where the phrase, Church of That we stand on the brink of a great theo- logical crisis, that the problem must soon be solved, how far orthodox Chri... ...y in St. Paul, the words may be known, their sense may be known, but their logical relation is still doubtful. The word X and the word Y are separatel... ... one great difficulty in translating is to find words that even as to mere logical elements correspond to the origi- nal text. Even that is often a tr... ...o our own period, or from any consideration of time what- ever, but in the logical meaning, as having been derived from our reason in opposition to ou...

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Philebus

By: Plato

... as we learn from the Memorabilia of Xenophon, first drew attention to the consequences of actions. Man- kind were said by him to act rightly when the... ...acknowledge that a large class of actions are made right or wrong by their consequences only; we say further that mankind are not too mindful, but tha... ... that mankind are not too mindful, but that they are far too regardless of consequences, and that they need to have the doctrine of utility habitually... ..., and the necessary foundation of that part of morals which relates to the consequences of actions, we still have to consider whether this or some oth... ...out entering on this wide field, even a superficial consider- ation of the logical and metaphysical works which pass under the name of Aristotle, whet... ...r of the other two, and in addition to them. SOCRATES: But do you see the consequence? 72 Philebus PROTARCHUS: To be sure I do. The consequence is,...

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Sophist

By: Plato

...e. But he is not to be regarded as the original inventor of any of the great logical forms, with the exception of the syllogism. There is little worth... ...e Sophists having an evil name; that, whether deserved or not, was a natural consequence of their vocation. That they were foreigners, that they made ... ...‘abscissio infinti,’ by which the Soph ist is taken, is a real and valuable logical pro cess. Modern science feels that this, like other processes o... ...n be caught in this way. But these divisions and subdivisions were favourite logical exercises of the age in which he lived; and while indulging his d... ...ed; and while indulging his dialectical fancy , and making a contribution to logical method, he delights also to transfix the Eristic Sophist with wea... ...oxes of Zeno extended far be yond the Eleatic circle. And now an unforeseen consequence began to arise. If the Many were not, if all things were name... ...d try our hand upon some more obvious animal, who may be made the subject of logical experiment; shall we say an angler? ‘V ery good.’ In the first pl... .... Suppose that you take all these hypoth eses in turn, and see what are the consequences which follow from each of them. STRANGER: Very good, and fir... ... sert discourse to be a kind of being; for if we could not, the worst of all consequences would follow; we should have no philosophy . Moreover , the ...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 2 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...t the case, or to be re- tained by you if no one does. There is nothing of consequence new here. Congress is to organize to-morrow. Last night we held... ...postmasters instead of being limited to those of specific offices. (3) The consequence of this extension of authority was that, in innumerable instanc... ...d. It was true the question ap- peared in a different aspect to persons in consequence of a difference in the point from which they looked at it. It d... ...ructing roads, and the reserved sections were to be en- hanced in value in consequence. When that bill came here for the action of this House—it had b... ...ion so much as relates to the present embarrassed state of the treasury in consequence of the Mexican War. Those general positions are: that internal ... ...ot object to your tak- ing your slave. Now, I admit that this is perfectly logical if there is no difference between hogs and negroes. But while you t...

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The Republic

By: Plato

...epublic, and were probably first invented by Plato. The 3 greatest of all logical truths, and the one of which writers on philosophy are most apt to ... ... confu sion of them in his own writings. But he does not bind up truth in logical formulae,—logic is still veiled in metaphys ics; and the science w... ...ts that justice and injustice shall be considered without regard to their consequences, Adeimantus remarks that they are re garded by mankind in ge... ...that they are re garded by mankind in general only for the sake of their consequences; and in a similar vein of reflection he urges at the beginnin... ...s not the first but the second thing, not the direct aim but the indirect consequence of the good government of a State. In the discussion about rel... ...o good to the just and harm to the unjust? I like that better. But see the consequence:—Many a man who is ignorant of human nature has friends who ar... ... not some which we welcome for their own sakes, and independently of their consequences, as, for example, harmless pleasures and enjoyments, which del...

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The Ethics of Aristotle

By: J. A. Smith

... de- ficient in “exactness,” in precision of statement, and close- ness of logical concatenation. We must not look for a math- ematics of conduct. The... ...l and impossible as on those which are in our own power: again, Opinion is logically divided into true and false, not into good and bad as Moral Choic... ... see then that all men mean by the term Justice a moral state such that in consequence of it men have the capacity of doing what is just, and actually... ...it: simi- larly also with respect to Injustice, a moral state such that in consequence of it men do unjustly and wish what is unjust: let us also be c... ...red what was deposited with him, but against his will and from fear of the consequences of a refusal: we must not say that he either does what is just... ...dle term being fallacious: and so neither will this be yet Good Counsel in consequence of which you get what you ought but not through proper means. A... ...s belonging to the body,” etc. P . 32, l. 32. Being about to give a strict logical definition of Virtue, Aristotle ascertains first what is its genus ... ... opening statement of the Post Analytics. P . 133, l. 27. Aristotle in his logical analysis of Induction, Prior. Analytics II. 25, defines it to be “t... ...” (See the appendix to this Book.) P 134 1 12. This is the test of correct logical division, that the membra dividentia shall be opposed, i.e. not inc...

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Life of Johnson

By: James Boswell

...ms very favourable to its success. There is, perhaps in every thing of any consequence, a secret history which it would be amusing to know, could we h... ...re, which it exhibited, like some of the reflections of Rochefaucault. The consequence was, that he went home with Reynolds, and supped with him. Sir ... ... in the Dic- tionary, to which his Lordship’s patronage might have been of consequence.’ He then told Dr. Adams, that Lord Chesterfield had shewn him ... ...o feel very sensibly the distinction which you have bestowed upon me. ‘Few consequences of my endeavours to please or to benefit mankind have delighte... ...cteristical anecdote of Johnson while at Plymouth. Having observed that in consequence of the Dock-yard a new town had arisen about two miles off as a... ...not be too often or too highly praised; of which Mr. Harris, in his Philo- logical Inquiries, justly and liberally observes: ‘Such is its merit, that ...

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The Brothers Karamazov

By: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky

...of your observing it in yourself. Avoid fear, too, though fear is only the consequence of every sort of false- hood. Never be frightened at your own f... ...self,” interposed the elder. “No matter. You are a little late. It’s of no consequence….” “I’m extremely obliged to you, and expected no less from you... ... looked at him with curios- ity. “Is that really your conviction as to the consequences of the disappearance of the faith in immortality?” the elder a... ...ry of sixty thousand. That’ s very alluring to start with, for a man of no consequence and a beggar. And, take note, he won’ t be wronging Mitya, but ... ...then not he, Ivan. This letter at once assumed in his eyes the aspect of a logical proof. There could be no longer the slight- est doubt of Mitya’s gu... ...nd. Does all that exist of itself, or is it only an emanation of myself, a logical development of my ego which alone has existed for ever: but I make ... ...to me. I told him I don’t want to keep quiet, and he talked about the geo- logical cataclysm… idiocy! Come, release the monster… he’s been singing a h... ... that son, Dmitri, about the money, the envelope, and the signals? Is that logical? Is that clear? “When the day of the murder planned by Smerdyak... ...ate, so to speak, a romance, especially if God has endowed us with psycho- logical insight. Before I started on my way here, I was warned in Petersbur...

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St Statesman

By: Plato

... regions of transcendental speculation back into the path of common sense. A logical or psy- chological phase takes the place of the doctrine of Ideas... ... ideal, in the de- lineation of which he is frequently interrupted by purely logical illustrations. The younger Socrates resembles his namesake in not... ...y the presence of Theodorus, the geometrician. There is political as well as logical insight in refusing to admit the division of mankind into Hellene... ...nd like rules might be extended to any art or science. But what would be the consequence? ‘The arts would utterly perish, and human life, which is bad... ... can tell?’ As in the Theaetetus, evil is supposed to continue,—here, as the consequence of a former state of the world, a sort of mephitic vapour exh... ...en it a single name. Whereas you would make a much better and more equal and logical classification of numbers, if you divided them into odd and even;... ...NG SOCRATES: Indeed I should. STRANGER: And there is a still more ridiculous consequence, that the king is found running about with the herd and in cl... ...hown in the previous argument. STRANGER: Thank you for reminding me; and the consequence is that any true form of government can only be supposed to b...

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Notes from the Underground

By: Fyodor Dostoyevsky

...idity the latter looks upon his revenge as justice pure and simple; while in consequence of his acute consciousness the mouse does not believe in the ... ...f it disgusts you to be reconciled to it; by the way of the most inevitable, logical combinations to reach the most revolting conclusions on the everl... ...t because they are stupid and limited. How explain that? I will tell you: in consequence of their limitation they take immediate and secondary causes ... ... be done if I have not even spite (I began with that just now, you know). In consequence again of those accursed laws of consciousness, anger in me is... ...ests they may at once become good and noble—are, in my opinion, so far, mere logical exercises! Y es, logical exercises. Why, to maintain this theory ... ...omes softer, and consequently less bloodthirsty and less fitted for warfare. Logically it does seem to follow from his arguments. But man has such a p... ...emptuously. “You thirst for life and try to settle the problems of life by a logical tangle. And how persistent, how insolent are your sallies, and at... ...ll. It is not worth while to pay attention to them for they really are of no consequence. Another circumstance, too, worried me in those days: that th... ... to me, tell me that, please?” I began, gasping for breath and regardless of logical connection in my words. I longed to have it all out at once, at o...

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Phaedo

By: Plato

...ser heads than his own; he prefers to test ideas by the consistency of their consequences, and, if asked to give an account of them, goes back to some... ...ting the whole human race into heaven or hell for the greater convenience of logical division? Are we not at the same time describing them both in sup... ...mould human thought, Plato naturally cast his belief in immortal ity into a logical form. And when we consider how much the doctrine of ideas was als... ...ly verbal, and is but the expression of an instinctive confidence put into a logical form:—’The soul is immortal because it con tains a principle of ... ... in the Republic, a system of ideas, tested, not by experience, but by their consequences, and not explained by actual causes, but by a higher, that i... ...pro ceed from the less general to the more general, and are tested by their consequences; the puzzle about greater and less; the resort to the method... ...es, he said. And can all this be true, think you? he said; for these are the consequences which seem to follow from the assump tion that the soul is ... ...e in the best of the higher; but you would not confuse the principle and the consequences in your reasoning, like the Eristics—at least if you wanted ...

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North America Volume Two

By: Anthony Trollope

...hairs when I was in Washington, nineteen or twenty seats being va- cant in consequence of secession. In this house the Vice- President of the United S... ...ast thirty or forty days. I am told that the discourse is considered to be logical, and that it “reads” well. As regards the gist of it, or that resul... ...imself an aboli- tionist, was elected by the abolitionists; and when, as a consequence of that election, secession was threatened, no step which he co... ...s, or twenty pounds for the year; but this price was then extremely low in consequence of the war disturbances. The usual price had been about fifty o... ..., but such was my feeling on the matter. I myself happily escaped the evil consequences which his imprudence might have en- tailed on me. I again pass... ...would willingly have overturned into a drift of snow, so as to avoid worse consequences, had I only known how to do so. But Providence, even though wi...

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The Federalist Papers

By: Alexander Hamilton

...t all changes which may hazard a diminu- tion of the power, emolument, and consequence of the of- fices they hold under the State establishments; and ... ...f my next address. Publius. *The same idea, tracing the arguments to their consequences, is held out in several of the late publications against the n... ... reflect that they are now called upon to decide a question, which, in its consequences, must prove one of the most important that ever engaged their ... ...the dictates of personal interest, but others, from a mistaken estimate of consequences, or the undue influence of former attachments, or whose am- bi... ...t to expect that they should regard our advancement in union, in power and consequence by land and by sea, with an eye of indifference and composure. ... ...of the States will be a majority of confederated America. But this kind of logical legerdemain will never counteract the plain suggestions of justice ...

...you are called upon to deliberate on a new Constitution for the United States of America. The subject speaks its own importance; comprehending in its consequences nothing less than the existence of the union, the safety and welfare of the parts of which it is composed, the fate of an empire in many respects the most interesting in the world. It has been frequently remarked...

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Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy

By: John Stuart Mill

...utility of the theory implied in these and similar phrases, was an obvious consequence from the speculations of writ- ers even anterior to Mr. Ricardo... ...nterior to that of cost of production, and from which this last flows as a consequence,—namely, the prin- ciple of demand and supply. In order to appl... ...e same as before. Or it may not diminish it at all, or so little, that, in consequence of the higher price, a greater money value will be purchased th... ...consumers of linen, who pay a higher price for that imported commodity, in consequence of the tax on our exports, which at the same time they, in cons... ...ual to what its price without the duty was at first, it is not a necessary consequence that the fall will stop; for the same amount of exportation as ... ...hat the definition of a science would occupy the same place in the chrono- logical which it commonly does in the didactic order. As a treatise on any ... ... definition of the science itself as should not be liable to well-grounded logical objections. From this remark, we cannot except the authors of eleme... ...itical Economy has remained des- titute of a definition framed on strictly logical principles, or even of, what is more easily to be had, a definition... ... one cause, a knowledge of the law of that cause would, unless there was a logical error in our reasoning, en- able us confidently to predict all the ...

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Autobiography

By: John Stuart Mill

...Fettercairn, one of the Bar ons of the Exchequer in Scotland, and was, in consequence, sent to the University of Edinburgh, at the expense of a fund ... ... expression on the other), and had re duced it to rules, grounded on the logical analysis of a sen tence. These rules he strongly impressed upon me... ...e as anyone that Christians do not, in general, undergo the de moralizing consequences which seem inherent in such a creed, in the manner or to the e... ...eory involving a contradiction in terms, prevents them from perceiving the logical conse quences of the theory. Such is the facility with which man ... ...other, and so few are those who draw from what they receive as truths, any consequences but those recom mended to them by their feelings, that multit... ... fact. This point in my early education had, however, incidentally one bad consequence deserving notice. In giving me an opinion contrary to that of t... ...er, my father put into my hands Condillac’s Traité des Sensations, and the logical and meta physical volumes of his Cours d’Etudes; the first (notwi... ...ervice to me, by compelling precision in conceiving and expressing psycho logical doctrines, whether accepted as truths or only regarded as the opini... ...a desire to promote the exercise of other mental faculties than the purely logical, he advised me to make my next exercise in composition one of the o...

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On Liberty

By: John Stuart Mill

... what things are fit to be done by a government. And it seems to me that, in consequence of this absence of rule or principle, one side is at present ... ... of our life to suit our own character; of doing as we like, subject to such consequences as may follow; without impediment from our fellow creatures,... ... any one’s persuasion may be, not only of the falsity, but of the pernicious consequences—not only of the pernicious conse quences, but (to adopt exp... ...he enemies of religious freedom, when hard pressed, occasionally accept this consequence, and say, with Dr. Johnson, that the persecutors of Christian... ...e internally renounced, cannot send forth the open, fearless characters, and logical, consistent in tellects who once adorned the thinking world. The... ...the part of heretics is no evil, should consider in the first place, that in consequence of it there is never any fair and thorough discussion of here... ...tion to slavery. What is called Christian, but should rather be termed theo logical, morality , was not the work of Christ or the Apostles, but is of...

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An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters

By: H. G. Wells

...they foretold. Now, quite as confidently, they point on to a new series of consequences, high probabilities that follow on all this tremendous develop... ...orld to-day. Law is the basis of civilisation, but the lawyer is the law’s consequence, and, with us at least, the legal profession is the 40 An Engl... ...r- vators so clear-headed and consistent. But their teaching is merely the logical expression of an enormous amount of con- 81 H. G . Wells servative... ...curiously close to this extreme optimistic school in its moral quality and logical consequences, though contrasting widely in the sinis- ter gloom of ... ...y close to this extreme optimistic school in its moral quality and logical consequences, though contrasting widely in the sinis- ter gloom of its spir... ...ive effort implying a collective design, de- flected from merely injurious consequences and organised for a new human welfare upon new lines. They agr... ...e, a man of exceptionally methodical quality. I hold he developed the word logically from an arbitrary assumption that the whole universe of being was... ... of the sciences shows pretty clearly that he thought of them all as exact logical systematisations of fact arising out of each other in a synthetic o... ...importantly in current sociological work. On the lines he initiated socio- logical investigation, what there is of it, still tends to go. From these t...

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A Theologico-Political Treatise Part 1 Chapters I to V Baruch Spinoza a Theologico-Political Treatise Part 1 Chapters I to V

By: R. H. M. Elwes

... the evils which generally follow therefrom, in ad- dition to such further consequences as might accrue to the Jews in particular from the ruin of the... ... intellectual axioms – that is, by the mere power of the understanding and logical order, and this is especially the case in spiritual matters which h... ...rather than deduce their conclusion from a few axioms, and set them out in logical order. (69) Whence it follows, that if anyone wishes to teach a doc... ...eople, who form the majority of mankind, and he will not set them forth in logical sequence nor adduce the definitions which serve to establish them. ...

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Proposed Roads to Freedom

By: Bertrand Russell

...development of an Idea. He conceived the changes in the world as forming a logical development, in which one phase passes by revolution into another, ... ...n. If anywhere they unite to form more compact bodies, this is not yet the consequence of their own active union, but of the union of the bourgeoisie,... ...ations, intermediate ranks between rich and poor, instead of the clear-cut logical antith- esis between the workers who have nothing and the capital- ... ... a word, war and conquest, with the gods successively created by the theo- logical fantasy of nations. It has been from its origin, and it remains sti... ... the State as a capitalist institu- tion is peculiarly true in America. In consequence of the scan- dals thus arising, the Federal Government appointe... ...ernment are evils which must be abolished if freedom is our goal. But this consequence, true or false, cannot be proved so simply. In this chapter we ...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...ial security measures. Under security rules in place at the time, the only consequence of Atta’s selection by CAPPS was that his checked bags were hel... ...d because the agent found both of the passengers to be suspicious.The only consequence of their selection was that their checked bags were held off th... ...ac- curate accounts created the impression that the Langley scramble was a logical response to an actual hijacked aircraft. In fact, not only was the ... ...related to the W orld Trade Center bombing and other plots. An unfortunate consequence of this superb investigative and prosecutorial effort was that ... ...cedures was ignored routinely. 37 We will describe some of the unfortunate consequences of these accumulated institutional beliefs and prac- tices in ... ...lly ended in negotiations, an ambassador or other embassy official was the logical person to represent U.S. interests. Keeping U.S. diplomatic efforts... ...hile targets, such as other al Qaeda leaders or stocks of chemical or bio- logical weapons. 117 Clarke was not alone in his enthusiasm. He had backing... ...hdhar several years later. 13 The circumstantial evidence makes Thumairy a logical person to consider as a possible contact for Hazmi and Mihdhar.Y et... ...82 Mullah Omar is reported to have opposed this course of action for ideo- logical reasons rather than out of fear of U.S. retaliation. He is said to ...

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Autobiography of a Pocket-Handkerchief

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...e experience, reasoning and sentiments of several generations. As respects logical inductions, for in- stance, the linum usitatissimum draws as largel... ...ead workman, but it was impossible, altogether im- possible, to escape the consequences of our locales. While the legitimist read nothing but the Moni... ...he, that being my accidental position in the fabric, when it was a natural consequence to obtain sentiments of this shade. It will be seen, in the end... ...f affection, that I shall never forget. As yet she felt none of the malign consequences of the self- denial she was about to exert. If not blooming, h... ...thought, Desiree appeared in the course of the morning, as one who came in consequence of having been present at so much of the scene of the preceding... ... was in Broadway when Honor O’Flagherty arrived with me, out of breath, in consequence of the shortness of her legs, and the necessity of making up fo...

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Catherine de Medici

By: Honoré de Balzac

... of the future as to the coup d’Etat of the Prince de Polignac himself? In consequence of a whim of Shakespeare—or perhaps it may have been a revenge,... ...al ex- ercises,—which were nearly all the education his brother and he, in consequence of their detention as hostages, had ever received. The prince h... ...ted in Eu- rope since that of Henry VIII. in England, which was the direct consequence of the invention of printing. Adversaries to the Reformation, t... ...e Nemours was obliged, after the death of Francois II., to leave France on consequence of suits brought against him by the Rohans; which suits the Gui... ...ether by reason of his obesity, or because of his thick, short neck, or in consequence of his vigils and his constant labors, Calvin’s head was sunk b... ...ore, I were forced to ad- mit the presence of God in matter, my voice must logically command the extinction of furnaces kept burning through- out the ... ..., with the forces which pro- duced it, when we cease to breathe.” “You are logical,” said the king, surprised. “But alchemy must therefore be an athei...

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Familiar Studies of Men and Books

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...any various volumes, is bound, above all things, to make that condensation logical and striking. For the only justification of his writing at all is t... ...fault, as all of us do, and openly overtaken, as not all of us are, by its consequences, to gloss the matter over, with too polite biographers, is to ... ...lainly, what every one well knows, of Burns’s profligacy, and of the fatal consequences of his marriage. And for this there are perhaps two subsidiary... ...r represent an act that was vir- tuous in itself, as attended by any other consequences than a large family and fortune. To hint that Burns’s marriage... ...timidly made elsewhere, have in them been carried boldly out to their last consequences; much that was indefinite in literary tenden- cies has attaine... ...from another point of view – to reproduce a colour, a sound, an outline, a logical argument, a physical action. He can show his readers, behind and ar... ...e nature of tragedy. The gospel according to Whitman, even if it be not so logical, has this advantage over the gospel according to Pangloss, that it ... ... the price we have to pay for cochineal. And with that murder- ous parody, logical optimism and the praises of the best of possible words went irrevoc... ... afternoon, or at morning as he lay awake in bed. With our deeper and more logical sense of life, we can have no idea how large a space in the attenti...

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Memories and Portraits

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... erate care, and none ever had more certificates for less edu- cation. One consequence, however, of my system is that I have much less to say of Profe... ...n- sole; books of a large design, shadowing the complexity of that game of consequences to which we all sit down, the hanger-back not least. But the a... ...ng them indeed; but when they were done, I could see they were rubbish. In consequence, I very rarely showed them even to my friends; and such friends... ...r and answer arguments, not only with natural wisdom, but with candour and logical honesty. But if the subject of debate be something in the air, an a... ...t of debate be something in the air, an abstraction, an excuse for talk, a logical Aunt Sally, then may the male debater instantly abandon hope; he ma...

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