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" They are passionate, irascible and apt to be carried away by their impulses. They are the slaves too of their passion, as their ambition prevents their ever brooking a slight and renders them indignant at the mere idea of enduring an injury. "
Adolescence: its psychology and its relations to physiology, anthropology ... - Page 522
by Granville Stanley Hall - 1904
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The Rhetoric of Aristotle

Aristotle - Aesthetics - 1886 - 306 pages
...any kind of prosperity or adversity. Thecha- The young are in character prone to desire and yOTrth.0 ready to carry any desire they may have formed into...of enduring an injury. And while they are fond of honour, they are fonder still of victory ; for superiority is the object of youthful desire, and victory...
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The Rhetoric of Aristotle

Aristotle - Aesthetics - 1886 - 306 pages
...to carry any desire they may have formea into action. Of bodily desires it is the sexual to v- Inch they are most disposed to give way, and in regard...renders them indignant at the mere idea of enduring ail injury. And while they are^ fond of honour, they are fonder still of victory ; for superiority...
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The New Life: a Study of Regeneration ...

Arthur Hill Daniels - Regeneration - 1893 - 48 pages
...Ehetoric, 2 that of bodily desires it is the sexual to which the young are most disposed to give way. They are passionate, irascible and apt to be carried away by their impulses. They are charitable, trustful, sanguine, and have high aspirations. "Youth is the age when people are most devoted...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 6

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1893
...Rhetoric, - that of bodily desires it is the sexual to which the young are most disposed to give way. They are passionate, irascible and apt to be carried away by their impulses. They are charitable, trustful, sanguine, and have high aspirations. "Youth is the age when people are most devoted...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 6

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1893
...Ehetoric, - that of bodily desires it is the sexual to which the young are most disposed to give way. They are passionate, irascible and apt to be carried away by their impulses. They are charitable, trustful, sanguine, and have high aspirations. "Youth is the age when people are most devoted...
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Text-book of School and Class Management, Volume 1

Felix Arnold - School management and organization - 1908
...are as transitory as they are vehement ; for their wishes are keen without being permanent, like the sick man's fits of hunger and thirst. They are passionate,...indignant at the mere idea of enduring an injury." This initiative and aggressiveness necessitates a different attitude which one must take towards him....
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Text-book of School and Class Management: Theory and practice

Felix Arnold - School management and organization - 1908
...are as transitory as they are vehement ; for their wishes are keen without being permanent, like the sick man's fits of hunger and thirst. They are passionate,...renders them indignant at the mere idea of enduring an injury.24 This initiative and aggressiveness necessitates a different attitude which one must take...
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Adolescence: Biological and Psychosocial Perspectives

Benjamin B. Wolman - Family & Relationships - 1998 - 138 pages
...keen without being permanent, like a sick man's fits of hunger and thirst. They are passionate and irascible, and apt to be carried away by their impulses....youthful desire, and victory is a species of superiority. They regard themselves as omniscient and are positive in their assertions; this is, in fact, the reason...
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The Natural Limitations of Youth: The Predispositions that Shape the ...

John J. Mitchell - Family & Relationships - 1998 - 222 pages
...flowed in the blood of Athenian youth, and he said as much in documenting their habits and inclinations: They are passionate, irascible, and apt to be carried away by their impulses. They are the slave, too, of their passion, as their ambition prevents their ever brooking a slight and renders them...
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Handbook of Marriage and the Family

Marvin B. Sussman, Suzanne K. Steinmetz, Gary W. Peterson - Psychology - 1999 - 822 pages
...would annoy everyone with their arguments (Conger, 1991). Over 2300 years ago, Aristotle noted that they are passionate, irascible, and apt to be carried away by their impulses They carry everything too far, whether it be their love or hatred or anything else. They regard themselves...
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