John d. RockefellerJohn d. Rockefeller
How did he get it, the eager youth asks, and asking, strives to imitate him as nearly as ability and patience permit. Thus he has become an inspirer of American ideals
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First aestheticsFirst aesthetics
Socrates’ remarks suggest that these proposals apply to everyone in the Kallipolis, not just to the guardians (455e), but there are other indications (450c) that they apply only to the guardians alone
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The scope of Nature Nature is universal and inescapableThe scope of Nature Nature is universal and inescapable
John Stuart Mill (British philosopher, 1806-1873), “Nature” in Readings in Philosophy, 3rd edition, ed by J. H. Randall, Justus Buchler, and Evelyn Shirk, 1972
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Guide to a Comparison of Australian and United States Contract LawGuide to a Comparison of Australian and United States Contract Law
A central theme of his Guide was that because English precedent is now merely persuasive rather than binding in Australia, that nation’s contract lawyers and judges likely would make “increased use” of recent American experience in the
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Professor harry elmer barnes a tireless exposer of historical mythsProfessor harry elmer barnes a tireless exposer of historical myths
Note: An earlier version of this book was printed by the C. C. Nelson Company in 1953. The present edition is an extensive revision of that text
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A “Contract Law” that Enslaves Japanese Working PeopleA “Contract Law” that Enslaves Japanese Working People
If we do not hear from you within one week, we will take it that you have consented without objection.”
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