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" On the very same question, the human mind in successive ages passes from one opinion to another, and never attaches itself firmly to any. This mutability of human opinion is displayed in the history of every nation. That which we call the life of a nation... "
Introduction to Ethics: Including a Critical Survey of Moral Systems, Tr ... - Page 197
1845
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Introduction to Ethics: Including a Critical Survey of Moral Systems, Volume 1

Théodore Jouffroy - Ethics - 1811
...knowledge has no durability nor permanence. On the very same question, the human mind in successive . 7't, ages passes from one opinion to another, and never...communities, and in communities as well as in the race. .(,i ',-/-,' This is not all, gentlemen; this mutability of .'/' " '< • human opinions in time becomes,...
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The Works of Nathanael Emmons, D.D.: With a Memoir of His Life ..., Volume 3

Nathanael Emmons - Sermons - 1842
...uncertainty of their lives, by causing so many of every age, character, and condition, to fall around them from year to year, from month to month, from week to week, and from day to day. If they would only measure their lives, as God measures them in his providence,...
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The Works of Nathanael Emmons: With a Memoir of His Life, Volume 3

Nathanael Emmons - Theology - 1842
...uncertainty of their lives, by causing so many of every age, character, and condition, to fall around them from year to year, from month to month, from week to week, and from day to day. If they would only measure their lives, as God measures them in his providence,...
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Introduction to Ethics: Including a Critical Survey of Moral ..., Volumes 1-2

Théodore Jouffroy - Ethics - 1858
...a time, this imperfection of our knowledge, and consider its characteristics. And what do we see ? We see that this incomplete knowledge has no durability...so, diversity in space. Take the human race, in any gi\en age, and consider it in the different nations which compose it, and you will find, among these...
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Punch, Volumes 62-63

Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Sir Owen Seaman - Caricatures and cartoons - 1872
...right phrase in the right place. What have the demands of our dear American cousins done out " grow," from year to year, from month to month, from week to week, from day to day ? They are still growing. They will go on growing, we may be certain, till the Arbitrators...
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Fifty sermons, preached in Christ Church, Brighton

1874
...judgment. All judgment to those who have rejected Him; judgment that has been accumulating all along, from year to year, from month to month, from week to week, from day to day, from moment to moment. Condemnation—ultimate, without appeal, and that has no reprieve....
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Pitman's Journal of Commercial Education, Volume 47

1888
...be still further curtailed. The manifestations of political and social activity grow more numerous from year to year, from month to month, from week to week — almost from day to day. More public meetings are held now in twenty-four hours than half a century...
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Report of the United States Civil-Service Commission

United States Civil Service Commission - Civil service - 1897
...being taken as an average month. The data are approximate only, as the conditions of employment vary from year to year, from month to month, from week to week, from day to day, and from heur to heur. The departmental service itemizes as follows : Executive Office...
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Annual Report

United States - 1897
...being taken as an average month. Tho data are approximate only, as the conditions of employment vary from year to year, from month to month, from week to week, from day to day, and from hour to hour. The departmental service itemizes as follows: Executive Office...
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A Treatise on the Law of Real Property, Volume 2

Alfred Gandy Reeves - Real property - 1909 - 1659 pages
...is an illustration ; and the three less important estates (chattel interests), namely : (2) Estates from year to year, from month to month, from week to week, from day to day, etc., which arise by implied contract from the holding of a tenant recognized by his...
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