The Ethics of Socialism: Being Further Essays in Modern Socialist Criticism, &c

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Swan Sonnenschein, 1902 - Ethics - 220 pages

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Page 216 - Behold, we know not anything; I can but trust that good shall fall At last — far off — at last, to all, And every winter change to spring.
Page 159 - Bottom's head might have been suggested by a trick mentioned in the History of the Damnable Life and Deserved Death of Dr. John Faustus, chap, xliii : — ' The guests having sat, and well eat and drank, Dr.
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Page 222 - Can hardly fail to suggest to all readers several new and pregnant reflections on the subject."— Anti-Jacobin.
Page 47 - It is useless blinking the fact that the Christian doctrine is more revolting to the higher moral sense of to-day than the Saturnalia or the cult of Proserpine could have been to the conscience of the early Christian.
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Page 222 - Edited, with an Introductory Chapter on the English Manor, by Prof. WJ ASHLEY, MA " His views are clearly stated, and are worth reading.

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