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" ... inhuman" in a very literal sense unless it is constantly talked about by human beings. For the world is not humane just because it is made by human beings, and it does not become humane just because the human voice sounds in it, but only when it has... "
A Generation Divided: The New Left, the New Right, and the 1960s - Page vii
by Rebecca E. Klatch - 1999 - 400 pages
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Nathan the Wise, Minna Von Barnhelm, and Other Plays and Writings

Gotthold Ephraim Lessing - Literary Criticism - 1991 - 335 pages
...humane just because the human voice sounds in it, but only when it has become the object of discourse. However much we are affected by the things of the...us only when we can discuss them with our fellows. Whatever cannot become the object of discourse — the truly sublime, the truly horrible or the uncanny...
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Learning for Life: Moral Education Theory and Practice

Andrew Garrod - Education - 1992 - 271 pages
...humane just because the human voice sounds in it, but only when it has become the object of discourse. However much we are affected by the things of the...fellows. . . . We humanize what is going on in the world and in ourselves only by speaking of it, and in the course of speaking of it we learn to be human....
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"Daddy's Gone to War": The Second World War in the Lives of America's Children

William M. Tuttle - Social Science - 1993 - 384 pages
...the political importance of friendship, and the humaneness peculiar to it, were made manifest. . . . However much we are affected by the things of the...fellows We humanize what is going on in the world and in ourselves only by speaking of it, and in the course of speaking of it we learn to be human."6...
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A Better Place to Live: Reshaping the American Suburb

Philip Langdon - Architecture - 1997 - 270 pages
...odds with the prevailing official or commercial messages. Hannah Arendt wrote insightfully about this. "However much we are affected by the things of the...us only when we can discuss them with our fellows," she said "We humanize what is going on in the world and in ourselves oniy by speaking of it, and in...
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The Fateful Discourse of Worldly Things

David Halliburton - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 428 pages
...humane just because the human voice sounds in it, but only when it has become the object of discourse. However much we are affected by the things of the...human for us only when we can discuss them with our fellows.57 The things discoursed of may be said to be all things, any one of which may equally be said...
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Working to Make a Difference: The Personal and Pedagogical Stories of ...

Samuel Totten - Education - 2003 - 216 pages
...humane just because the human voice sounds in it, but only when it has become the subject of discourse. However much we are affected by the things of the...us only when we can discuss them with our fellows" (p. 2). Jacob Bronowski, a philosopher, is another of my "virtual teachers." In his extraordinary TV...
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The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science

Philip Clayton, Zachary Simpson - Philosophy - 2006 - 1023 pages
...friendship exists to preserve the world through plurality and discourse, because these make us human: 'However much we are affected by the things of the...us only when we can discuss them with our fellows' (19683: 25). As a disputational friendship, the goal of the SRD would no longer be harmonizing religious...
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