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" Therefore, 0 man. be man, in all thy researches ; form not to thyself ideal beings, for thy standard of comparison. Wherever power is, there is subject of admiration ; and human, or, if so you would rather, divine power, is in all men. Man is a part of... "
Essays on Physiognomy: For the Promotion of the Knowledge and the Love of ... - Página 12
por Johann Caspar Lavater - 1804 - 127 páginas
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Essays on Physiognomy: For the Promotion of the Knowledge and the ..., Volumen2

Johann Caspar Lavater - 1804 - 127 páginas
...standard of comparison. Wherever power is there is subject of admiration ; and human, or, if so yovi Would rather, divine power, is in all men. Man is...art, and more deserving regard than were he perfectly simifar, had exactly the same goodness, the same degree of worth thou hast; for he would then no longer...
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The works of George Sand [tr.] by M. M. Hays [and others].

Amandine Lucile A. Dudevant - 1847
...concerns humanity is a family concern for us. Thou art a man, and all that is man beside thee is like a branch of the same tree, a member of the same body. Oh ! man, rejoice in the existence of all those to whom existence is a blessing, and learn to bear...
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Prose Writers of German

Frederic Henry Hedge - 1848 - 567 páginas
...clemency of God toward man ! Therefore, inquire into namre, inquire what acmally is. — Therefore, 0 man. be man, in all thy researches ; form not to thyself...tree, a member of the same body, is what thou art, and is more deserving regard than if he were perfectly similar, had exactly the same goodness, the same...
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Prose Writers of German

Frederic Henry Hedge - 1848 - 567 páginas
...form not to thyself ideal heings, for thy standard of comparison. Wherever power is, there is suhject of admiration; and human, or, if so you would rather,...family of men ¡ thou art man, and every other man is a hranch of the same tree, a memher of the same hody, is what thon art, and is more deserving regard...
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Prose Writers of German

Frederic Henry Hedge - 1848 - 567 páginas
...subject of admiration; and human, or, if so you would rather, divine power, is in all men. Man is a pa/t of the family of men ; thou art man, and every other...tree, a member of the same body, is what thou art, and is more deserving regard than if he were perfectly similar, had exactly the same goodness, the same...
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Liber Humanitatis: A Series of Essays on Various Aspects of Spiritual and ...

Dora Greenwell - 1875 - 224 páginas
...us in the light of a family consideration. Thou art a human being, and every one of the same species is a branch of the same tree, a member of the same body thou thyself belongest to, if not exactly what thou art, yet fully as estimable, fully as valuable....
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Liber humanitatis, essays

Dora Greenwell - 1875
...us in the light of a family consideration. Thou art a human being, and every one of the same species is a branch of the same tree, a member of the same body thou thyself belongest to, if not exactly what thou art, yet fully as estimable, fully as valuable....
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Prose Writers of Germany

Frederic Henry Hedge - 1852 - 567 páginas
...thyself ideal beings, for thy standard of comparison. Wherever power is, there is subject of admication; and human, or, if so you would rather, divine power,...tree, a member of the same body, is what thou art, and ii more deserving regard than if he were perfectly similar, had exactly the same goodness, the same...
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