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Side 26 - How to live? — that is the essential question for us. Not how to live in the mere material sense only, but in the widest sense. The gene'ral problem which comprehends every special problem is — the right ruling of conduct in all directions under all circumstances. In what way to treat the body; in what way to treat the mind; in what way to manage our affairs; in what way to bring up a family; in what way to behave as a citizen; in what way to utilize...
Side 24 - T is the chronicle of art. To the open ear it sings Sweet the genesis of things, Of tendency through endless ages, Of star-dust, and star-pilgrimages, Of rounded worlds, of space and time, Of the old flood's subsiding slime, Of chemic matter, force and form, Of poles and powers, cold, wet and warm : The rushing metamorphosis Dissolving all that fixture is, Melts tilings that be to things that seem, And solid nature to a dream.
Side 50 - New World." 47. Political Aspects of the Labor Problem. By JEREMIAH W. SULLIVAN. 48. The Philosophy of History. By Rev. EP POWELL, Author of " Our Heredity from God,
Side 27 - ... because the whole has a corporate consciousness capable of happiness or misery. But it is not so with a society ; since its living units do not and cannot lose individual consciousness ; and since the community as a whole has no corporate consciousness. And this is an everlasting reason why the welfare of citizens cannot rightly be sacrificed to some supposed benefit of the State ; but EXTENT OF THE ANALOGIES.
Side 55 - The addresses include some of the most important presentations and epitomes published in America. They are all upon important subjects, are prepared with great care, and are delivered for the most part by highly eminent authorities.
Side 17 - Of the many reasons for restricting the range of governmental actions, the strongest remains to be named. The end which the statesman should keep in view as higher than all other ends, is the formation of character.
Side 29 - The modern Theory of Heat and The Sun as a Storehouse of Energy.

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