Approach the problem specifically: we observe courage to be highly important in the perpetuation and enrichment of life. Yet we note, also, that self-preservation is essential, and this implies craft, often, if not timidity, for the creature that cannot... The Amateur Philosopher - Page 100by Carl Henry Grabo - 1917 - 290 pagesFull view
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Sir Wilfred Thomason GRENFELL - Christianity - 1917 - 157 pages
...conduct for human beings, is then a body of generalizations based upon the study of nature and her ways. Approach the problem specifically: we observe courage...opposed traits, may both be moral "virtues." In sexual morah'ty an even greater paradox is apparent. Nature is prodigally prolific. Lest the individual die...