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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

... simultaneous conditions: Connection, and Separation. This book explores the logical extrapolation of this, and other Dynamics. My challenge to th... ... The Creation of Robber Baron Culture Pg 280 The Basic Factors Pg 282 The Consequences of Accumulation Pg 283 The Agricultural Revolution Pg 2... ... Chapter One: The Universe 5 Everyone knows this is not true. By using logical deduction and reasoning, the infinite variations and permutati... ...usal Infinite Totality that had no Dimensions. The 3 Dimensions were created logically, naturally, organically, mathematically and mechanically in a... ...usal Infinite Totality that had no Dimensions. The 3 Dimensions were created logically, naturally, organically, mathematically and mechanically in ... ...ural Organic Conditions and Dynamics of the 3 Dimensions of the Universe. By logical reduction; the Condition and Dynamics of Actual Infinity and A... ...ormality becomes a process of increasing deadness, increasing non-change. The consequences of this kind of awareness can be stated very simply: what... ...be described as a state of unawareness. For the past four billion years, the consequence of this kind of awareness in all other species has been ext... ...the cumulative impact of this negative feedback? What is the negative impact-consequence-result of children living in a civilized environment? If t...

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On the Origin of Species

By: Charles Darwin

...ions of the innumerable inhabitants of the world during the many past geo- logical epochs in its history. Although much remains obscure, and will long... ... structure of each individual for the benefit of the community; if each in consequence profits by the selected change. What natural selection cannot d... ... very little sediment is being deposited, there will be blanks in our geo- logical history. The crust of the earth is a vast mu- seum; but the natural... ...od for its possessor, then, under changing conditions of life, there is no logical impossibility in the acquirement of any conceivable degree of perfe... ...habit wholly unlike that of any other known bird. Finally, it may not be a logical deduction, but to my imagination it is far more satisfactory to loo... ...- erpillars,—not as specially endowed or created in- stincts, but as small consequences of one general law, leading to the advancement of all organic ... ...ecies; but during such periods there will generally be a blank in the geo- logical record. On the other hand, during subsidence, the inhabited area an... ...ation to some extent. The extinction of old forms is the almost inevitable consequence of the 306 On the Origin of Species production of new forms. W... ...to wide dispersal would follow from this capacity as an almost neces- sary consequence. We can here consider only a few cases. In regard to fish, I be...

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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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Crime Its Cause and Treatment

By: Clarence Darrow

...itted that vengeance and punishment went together, they were at least more logical, for executions were in the open light of day so all might see and ... ...quirements that the young should visit prisons that they might realize the consequences of crime, and that all execu- tions should be public and shoul... ...never be cata- logued because new ways are constantly coming to light. The logical end of all these indefinite and uncertain laws is to pass one statu... ...g families and friends of sorely needed money, and the direct and indirect consequences are sometimes small and sometimes very great. These can be rea... ...men. Even the legal tests as to insanity and feeble-mindedness are neither logical nor humane. Often the definition is given by courts that if one is ... ... teaching and moral suasion; those methods are too slow, and the evils and consequences of dis- belief are too great. Laws of this drastic character a... ...ent him from trying to do his part to restore sanity to the world. Another consequence of war which America is passing through is the spirit of super-... ...o that the species may be controlled. At first glance this seems to be the logical thing to do, especially as the effects of heredity can no more be d... ...cated, more accus- tomed to weighing evidence and able to arrive at a more logical conclusion than most juries. Still none of these quali- 166 ties n...

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Sartor Resartus the Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdr Ockh

By: Thomas Carlyle

...e said. In so far as the Germans are chargeable with such, let them take the consequence. Nevertheless be it remarked, that even a Russian steppe has ... ...h’s, if cunningly planted down, were no despicable pile, or floodgate, in the logical wear. For the rest, be it nowise apprehended, that any personal c... ...in petto thy remarkable V olume on Clothes. Nay, was there not in that clear logically founded Transcendentalism of thine; still more, in thy meek, si... ...hrough the Narrative portions, a certain show of outward method; but of true logical method and sequence there is too little. Apart from its multifari... ...t for triumph but for defence, hast thou always worn them perforce, and as a consequence of Man’s Fall; never rejoiced in them as in a warm movable Ho... ... readiness our fancy, in this shattered state of the nerves, follows out the consequences which Teufels dr¨ ockh, with a devilish coolness, goes on t... ... crotchets: a typical Shadow, fitfully wavering, prophetico satiric; no clear logical Picture. “How paint to the sensual eye,” asks he once, “what pass... ...o attaining the po litical effects of Nudity without its frigorific or other consequences,—be thereby realized. Would not the rich man purchase a wate... ...glean (whether from the Paper bags or the Printed V olume) what little seems logical and practical, and cunningly arrange it into such degree of coher...

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Our Mutual Friend

By: Charles Dickens

...est, Bella,” then I answer, “Maybe not, pa—very likely—but it’s one of the consequences of be- ing poor, and of thoroughly hating and detesting to be ... ...n me and the candle for all that,’ retorted Bella. ‘This is another of the consequences of being poor! The idea of a girl with a really fine head of h... ... any such designations, but particularly the last—to which, as a natu- ral consequence, he stuck with great obstinacy . Over the house itself, he exer... ...er part of the room, in her way; I keep up my part of the room in mine. In consequence of which we have at once, Sociability (I should go melancholy m... ...urself, Miss Bella, the better you’ll please us.’ ‘Oh, my consent is of no consequence at all, I suppose?’ cried Miss Lavinia. ‘Lavvy ,’ said her sist... ...right dark eye and a resolute face, yet quite a tender creature too; not a logically- reasoning woman, but God is good, and hearts may count in Heaven... ...f giving myself a sight of your reviving face. Besides,’ said Betty , with logical good faith, ‘I shall have a debt to pay off, by littles, and natura...

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Bram Stoker's Dracula

By: Bram Stoker

...why at such a time. His reply was in a way characteristic of him, for it was logical and forceful and mysterious. He said, “Ah, you don’t comprehend... ...en a consola tion and a help to him, terrible though it be and awful in its consequences, to know for certain that his eyes and ears and brain did no... ... absolute accuracy with which his instructions were fulfilled was simply the logical result of his care. I saw the invoice, and took note of it.‘Fifty... ...nds, this is much, it is a terrible task that we undertake, and there may be consequence to make the brave shudder. For if we fail in this our fight 2... ...d the soul as a butterfly!” I thought I would push his analogy to its utmost logically, so I said quickly, “Oh, it is a soul you are after now, is it?... ...r forms of life altogether, though he dreads being haunted by their souls. Logically all these things point one way! He has assurance of some kind ... ...ssurance of some kind that he will acquire some higher life. He dreads the consequence, the burden of a soul. Then it is a human life he looks to! ...

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Great Expectations

By: Charles Dickens

..., with their noses. Perhaps, they became the restless people they were, in consequence. Anyhow, Mr. Wopsle’s Roman nose so aggravated me, during the r... ...t his anwil. – Y ou’re a-listening and understanding, Pip?” “Y es, Joe.” “‘Consequence, my mother and me we ran away from my father, several times; an... ...g, Pip, or the pot won’t bile, don’t you know?” I saw that, and said so. “‘Consequence, my father didn’t make objections to my going to work; so I wen... ...First (to get our thoughts in order): Forty-three pence?” I calculated the consequences of replying “Four Hundred Pound,” and finding them against me,... ...re left alone together, he sat with an air upon him of general lying by in consequence of informa- tion he possessed, that really was too much for me.... ...t, as I should so put it. Both of which,” said Joe, quite charmed with his logical arrangement, “being done, now this to you a true friend, say . Name...

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