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" Peace" in military mouths to-day is a synonym for "war expected." The word has become a pure provocative, and no government wishing peace sincerely should allow it ever to be printed in a newspaper. Every up-todate dictionary should say that "peace" and... "
The Larger Aspects of Socialism - Page 176
by William English Walling - 1913 - 406 pages
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Miscellaneous Pamphlets

William James - Philosophy - 1910
...provocative, and no government wishing peace sincerely should allow it ever to be printed in a newspaper. Every upto-date Dictionary should say that "peace"...preparation for war by the nations is the real war, permament, unceasing; and that the battles are only a sort of public verification of the mastery gained...
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Miscellaneous Pamphlets

William James - Philosophy - 1910
...provocative, and no government wishing peace sincerely should allow it ever to be printed in a newspaper. Every upto-date Dictionary should say that "peace"...preparation for war by the nations is the real war, permament, unceasing; and that the battles are only a sort of public verification of the mastery gained...
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Representative Essays in Modern Thought: A Basis for Composition

Harrison Ross Steeves, Frank Humphrey Ristine - American essays - 1913 - 533 pages
...posse,1 now in actu? It may even reasonably be 1 As a possibility. Editors. * As a fact. Editors. said that the intensely sharp competitive preparation...battles are only a sort of public verification of the mastery gained during the "peace" interval. It is plain that on this subject civilized man has developed...
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Essays for College Men: 2d Series

Education, Higher - 1915 - 385 pages
...provocative, and no government wishing peace sincerely should allow it ever to be printed in a newspaper. Every upto-date dictionary should say that " peace " and " war " mean the same thing, now in posse,1 now in actu.z It may even reasonably be said that the intensely sharp competitive preparation...
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Facts, Thought, and Imagination: A Book on Writing

Henry Seidel Canby, Frederick Erastus Pierce, Willard Higley Durham - Authorship - 1917 - 318 pages
...provocative, and no government wishing peace sincerely should allow it ever to be printed in a newspaper. Every up-to-date dictionary should say that "peace"...battles are only a sort of public verification of the mastery gained during the "peace "-interval. It is plain that on this subject civilized man has developed...
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Essays for College English

James Cloyd Bowman - American essays - 1918 - 474 pages
...provocative, and no government wishing peace sincerely should allow it ever to be printed in a newspaper. Every up-to-date dictionary should say that "peace" and "war" mean the same thing, now in posse,1 now in actu? It may even reasonably be said that the intensely sharp competitive preparation...
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Webster's Guide to American History: A Chronological, Geographical, and ...

Charles Lincoln Van Doren, Robert McHenry - Biography & Autobiography - 1971 - 1428 pages
...provocative, and no government wishing peace sincerely should allow it ever to be printed in a newspaper. Every up-to-date dictionary should say that "peace"...battles are only a sort of public verification of the mastery gained during the "peace" interval. . . . When whole nations are the armies and the science...
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International Conciliation, Issues 16-39

Arbitration, International - 1909
...provocative, and no government wishing peace sincerely should allow it ever to be printed in a newspaper. Every upto-date Dictionary should say that "peace"...preparation for war by the nations is the real war, permament, unceasing; and that the battles are only a sort of public verification of the mastery gained...
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William James: His Life and Thought

Gerald Eugene Myers - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 628 pages
...Germany and Japan. We talk of arming ourselves only for peace while our enemies aim at riches and glory. "It may even reasonably be said that the intensely...battles are only a sort of public verification of the mastery gained during the 'peace'-interval."145 The danger in our civilized era comes less from open...
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From Warism to Pacifism: A Moral Continuum

Duane L. Cady - Philosophy - 1990 - 174 pages
...did. Perhaps this verified a more cynical comment of James from the beginning of the very same essay: Every up-to-date dictionary should say that "peace"...may even reasonably be said that the intensely sharp preparation for war by the nations is the real war, permanent, unceasing; and that the battles are...
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