Date of publication: 2017-09-04 03:14
These, you say, are the maxims of common prudence, and discretion what every parent inculcates on his child, and what every man of sense pursues in the course of life, which he has chosen.—What is it then you desire more? Do you come to a philosopher as to a cunning man , to learn something by magic or witchcraft, beyond what can be known by common prudence and discretion?———Yes we come to a philosopher to be instructed, how we shall chuse our ends, more than the means for attaining these ends: We want to know what desire we shall gratify, what passion we shall comply with, what appetite we shall indulge. As to the rest, we trust to common sense, and the general maxims of the world for our instruction.
In short, this apprehension of the wrong balance of trade, appears of such a nature, that it discovers itself, wherever one is out of humour with the ministry, or is in low spirits and as it can never be refuted by a particular detail of all the exports, which counterbalance the imports, it may here be proper to form a general argument, that may prove the impossibility of this event, as long as we preserve our people and our industry.
The policy also introduces a non-formal form of education for school dropouts, for children from habitations without schools, working children and girls who cannot attend whole day school.
There is a species of philosophy, which cuts off all hopes of success in such an attempt, and represents the impossibility of ever attaining any standard of taste. The difference, it is said, is very wide between judgment and sentiment.
Hindus have a tradition of paying regards to
Sun God early in the morning by their water offering ritual. It was mainly
because looking at Sun rays through water or directly at that time of the day
is good for eyes and also by waking up to follow this routine, we become prone
to a morning lifestyle and mornings are proven to be the most effective part of
Most men are apt to bear a particular regard for members of their own profession but as a lawyer, or physician, or merchant, does, each of them, follow out his business apart, the interests of men of these professions are not so closely united as the interests of clergymen of the same religion [Mil 756] where the whole body gains by the veneration, paid to their common tenets, and by the suppression of antagonists.
Contest Essays for September - 7566
Revolution doesn’t have a place in democracy. Social movements have had a mixed response. Some of them brought about changes. But some of them in recent times have also failed to bring about any change. Social movement is a long process. It needs time. It needs breaks for people to gather their strength and fight back. Democracy has given us the power to go for social movements and they may bring about changes, though it may take time.
6 billion people in the world are chronically hungry. 6 billion people are overweight.
“Health” as described by World Health Organisation “is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” It is amusing to note that though one billion people in the world are chronically hungry, another one billion are overweight. This describes the economic inequality and the unconcerned attitude about health prevailing in the world.
Every thing useful to the life of man arises from the ground but few things arise in that condition which is requisite to render them useful. There must, therefore, beside the peasants and the proprietors of land, be another rank of men, who receiving from the former the rude materials, work them into their proper form, and retain part for their own use and subsistence. In the infancy of society, these contracts between the artisans and the peasants, and between one species of artisans and another are commonly entered into immediately by the persons themselves, who, being neighbours, are easily acquainted with each other’s necessities, and can lend their mutual assistance to supply them. But when men’s industry encreases, and their views enlarge, it is found, that the most
A company of men, who should leave their native country, in order to people some uninhabited region, might dream of recovering their native freedom but they would soon find, that their prince still laid claim to them, and called them his subjects, even in their new settlement. And in this he would but act conformably to the common ideas of mankind.
But the case is not the same with the qualities of beautiful and deformed , desirable and odious , as with truth and falsehood. In the former case, the mind is not content with merely surveying its objects, as they stand in themselves: It also feels a sentiment of delight or uneasiness, approbation or blame, consequent to that survey and this sentiment determines it to affix the epithet beautiful or deformed , desirable or odious. Now, it is evident, that this sentiment must depend upon the particular fabric or structure of the mind, which enables such particular forms to operate in such a particular manner, and produces a sympathy or conformity between the mind and its