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" We must make new energies and hardihoods continue the manliness to which the military mind so faithfully clings. Martial virtues must be the enduring cement ; intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command, must... "
Memories and Studies - Page 288
by William James - 1911 - 411 pages
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The Seasons of Fire: Reflections on Fire in the West

David Jon Strohmaier - Nature - 2001 - 172 pages
...clings. Martial virtues must be the enduring cement; intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command, must still remain the rock upon which states are built. ... If now — and this is my idea — there were, instead of military conscription a conscription...
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Civic Service: What Difference Does it Make?

James L. Perry, Ann Marie Thomson - History - 2004 - 226 pages
.... . . Martial virtues must be the enduring cement; intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command, must still remain the rock upon which states are built. . . . The martial type of character can be bred without war. . . . The only thing needed henceforward...
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Masonic Temples: Freemasonry, Ritual Architecture, and Masculine Archetypes

William D. Moore - Architecture - 2006 - 216 pages
...the martial virtues "must be the enduring cement: intrepidity, contempt for soft62 ness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command, must still remain the rock upon which states are built."71 The Knights Templar drill contests, then, can be understood as competitive exhibitions of...
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The Idea of War and Peace: The Experience of Western Civilization

Irving Louis Horowitz - Political Science - 2011 - 364 pages
...manliness. "Martial virtues must be the enduring cement; intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command, must still remain the rock upon which states are built."8 To preserve the peace, James was willing to surrender the middle-class idol of laissez-faire...
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The Cult of the Presidency: America's Dangerous Devotion to Executive Power

Gene Healy - Political Science - 2008 - 367 pages
...clings. Martial virtues must be the enduring cement; intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command, must still remain the rock upon which states are built. Compulsory national service — a favorite policy of Progressives then and now — could, James argued,...
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McClure's Magazine, Volume 35

1910
...clings. Martial virtues must be the enduring cement; intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command, must still...for contempt, and liable to invite attack whenever a center of crystallization for miltary-minded enterprise is formed anywhere in their neighborhood. The...
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The Survey, Volume 35

Charities - 1916
...cement. Intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interests, obedience to command, must remain the rock upon which states are built, unless,...for contempt and liable to invite attack whenever a center of crystallization for military-sided enterprise is found anywhere in the neighborhood." But...
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International Journal of Ethics, Volume 28

Archaeology - 1918
...words of William James, the "martial virtues . . . intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command must still remain the rock upon which states are built." The bold ideal of militant pacificism is, however, to preserve and even to strengthen the fighting...
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W. E. B. Du Bois and American Political Thought : Fabianism and the Color ...

Adolph L. Reed Jr. Graduate Faculty of Political Science New School University - Social Science - 1997 - 296 pages
...virtues," he maintained, "must be the enduring cement; intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest, obedience to command, must still remain the rock upon which states are built."130 This turn to martial imagery discloses another layer of meaning in the concern with overcivilization....
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