Incidentally, I despise everything which merely instructs me without increasing or immediately enlivening my activityIncidentally, I despise everything which merely instructs me without increasing or immediately enlivening my activity
We wish to use history only insofar as it serves living. But there is a degree of doing history and a valuing of it through which life atrophies and degenerates
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The irish jurist (New Series) Cumulative Table of Contents, 1966The irish jurist (New Series) Cumulative Table of Contents, 1966
A consideration of the Companies Act, 1948, the Companies Act (Northern Ireland), 1960, and Companies Act, 1963 I, II
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Augustine: confessionsAugustine: confessions
Christian proclamation. Yet, even in his role as summator of tradition, he was no mere eclectic. The center of his “system” is in the Holy Scriptures, as they ordered and moved his heart and mind
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Aquinas, the Trinity, and the Limits of UnderstandingAquinas, the Trinity, and the Limits of Understanding
My aim, then, is to look to Thomas to explore something about the limits of theology, and about the way we ought to conduct ourselves in the presence of that which we cannot gras
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Classics 21201 English Words From Classical ElementsClassics 21201 English Words From Classical Elements
A dictionary that includes word etymologies. Suitable dictionaries are listed in Ayers (p. 16)
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