Organismic Theories of the State: Nineteenth Century Interpretations of the State as Organism Or as Person ... (Google eBook)

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AMS Press, 1910 - State, The - 209 pages
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Page 15 - For by art is created that great LEVIATHAN called a COMMONWEALTH, or STATE, in Latin CIVITAS, which is but an artificial man; though of greater stature and strength than the natural, for whose protection and defence it was intended; and in which the sovereignty is an artificial soul...
Page 220 - THE MARK IN EUROPE AND AMERICA. A Review of the Discussion on Early Land Tenure. By ENOCH A. BRYAN, AM, President of Vincennes University, Indiana. Crown 8vo., cloth, 4s.
Page 14 - NATURE, the art whereby God hath made and governs the world, is by the art of man, as in many other things, so in this also imitated, that it can make an artificial animal. For seeing life is but a motion of limbs, the beginning whereof is in some principal part within; why may we not say, that all automata (engines that move themselves by springs and wheels as doth a watch) have an artificial life? For what is the heart...
Page 137 - Every man is free to do that which he wills, provided he infringes not the equal freedom of any other man.
Page 14 - For what is the heart but a spring ; and the nerves, but so many strings ; and the joints, but so many wheels, giving motion to the whole body, such as was intended by the artificer?
Page 215 - Schiff fellowship of $600, the Curtis fellowship of $600 and university Scholarships of $150 each are awarded to applicants who give evidence of special fitness to pursue advanced studies. Several prizes of from $50 to $250 are awarded.
Page 215 - JB Moore, LL.D., Professor of International Law. FH Giddings, LL.D., Professor of Sociology. JB Clark, LL.D., Professor of Political Economy. JH Robinson, Ph.D., Professor of History. WM Sloane,LHD, Professor of History.
Page 16 - The constitution of man is the work of nature; that of the State the work of art.
Page 215 - Council. (For particulars, see Columbia University Bulletins of Information, Faculty of Political Science.) Any person not a candidate for a degree may attend any of the courses at any time by payment of a proportional fee.
Page 15 - Lastly, the pacts and covenants, by which the parts of this body politic were at first made, set together, and united, resemble that fiat, or the Let us make man, pronounced by God in the creation.

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