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" The moment the fruits are being merely eaten, things become ignoble. Sweat and effort, human nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another more rare and arduous... "
High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way
by Mike Mentzer, John Little - 2002 - 288 pages
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Talks to Teachers on Psychology: And to Students on Some of Life's Ideals

William James - Educational psychology - 1899 - 301 pages
...and effort, human nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another...the sort of thing the presence of which inspires us, and the reality of which it seems to be the function of all the higher forms of literature and fine...
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On Some of Life's Ideals: On a Certain Blindness in Human Beings; What Makes ...

William James - Ethics - 1900 - 92 pages
...and effort, human nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another more rare and arduous still — this is the sort of thing the presence of which inspires us, and the reality of which it...
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Talks to Teachers on Psychology: And to Students on Some of Life's Ideals

William James - Educational psychology - 1900 - 301 pages
...and effort, human nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another more rare and arduous still — this is the sort of thing the presence of which inspires us, and the reality of which it...
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The Work Ethic in Industrial America, 1850-1920

Daniel T. Rodgers - Social Science - 2009 - 316 pages
...and effort, human nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another more rare and arduous still — this is the sort of thing the presence of which inspires us." The Catholic bishop John L....
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THE SCHOOLHOME

Jane Roland MARTIN - Education - 1995 - 237 pages
...and effort, hurian nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another more rare and arduous still — this is the sort of thing the presence of which inspires us, and the reality of which it...
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Pragmatism and Other Writings

William James - Psychology - 2000 - 358 pages
...and effort, human nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another more rare and arduous still — this is the sort of thing the presence of which inspires us, and the reality of which it...
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Leading Lives That Matter: What We Should Do and Who We Should Be

Mark R. Schwen, Dorothy C. Bass - Religion - 2006 - 545 pages
...and effort, human nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another more rare and arduous still — this is the sort of thing the presence of which inspires us, and the reality of which it...
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Religion and Democratic Citizenship: Inquiry and Conviction in the American ...

J. Caleb Clanton - Philosophy - 2008 - 161 pages
...and effort, human nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another more rare and arduous still — this is the sort of thing the presence of which inspire us, and the reality of which it seems...
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Talks to Teachers on Psychology: And to Students on Some of Life's Ideals

William James - Education - 2008 - 152 pages
...and effort, human nature strained to its uttermost and on the rack, yet getting through alive, and then turning its back on its success to pursue another...the sort of thing the presence of which inspires us, and the reality of which it seems to be the function of all the higher forms of literature and fine...
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