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" It seems hard that widows and orphans should be left to struggle for life or death. Nevertheless, when regarded not separately, but in connection with the interests of universal humanity, these harsh fatalities are seen to be full of the highest beneficence... "
The Popular Science Monthly - Página 261
1890
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Social Statics: Or, the Conditions Essential to Human Happiness Specified ...

Herbert Spencer - 1851 - 476 páginas
...separately, but in connection with the interests of universal humanity, these harsh fatalities are seen to he full of the highest beneficence — the same beneficence...and the debilitated as the victims of an epidemic. There are many very amiable people — people over whom in so far as their feelings arc concerned we...
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Medical Record, Volumen18

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - 1880
...not separately, but in connection with the interests of universal humanity, these harsh fatalities are seen to be full of the highest beneficence —...and the debilitated as the victims of an epidemic. " There are many very amiable people — people over whom, in so far as their feelings are concerned,...
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The American Quarterly Church Review and Ecclesiastical Register, Volumen18

1867
...not separately, but in connection with the interests of universal humanity, these harsh fatalities are seen to be full of the highest beneficence —...and the debilitated, as the victims of an epidemic." And this is the way in which " the stern discipline, which we see at work through all nature, is a...
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Social Statics: Or, The Conditions Essential to Human Happiness Specified ...

Herbert Spencer - 1868 - 523 páginas
...not separately, but in connection with the interests of universal humanity, these harsh fatalities are seen to be full of the highest beneficence —...and the debilitated as the victims of an epidemic. There are many very amiable people — people over whom in so far as their feelings are concerned we...
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Social statics, or, The conditions essential to human happiness specified ...

Herbert Spencer - 1873 - 523 páginas
...separately, but in connection with the interests of universal humanity, these harsh fatalities arc seen to be full of the highest beneficence — the...and the debilitated as the victims of an epidemic. There are many very amiable people — people over whom in so far as their feelings are concerned we...
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Rational Communism: The Present and the Future Republic of North America

Alonzo Van Deusen - 1885 - 498 páginas
...not separately, but in connection with the interests of universal humanity, these harsh fatalities are seen to be full of the highest beneficence —...and the debilitated as the victims of an epidemic." Herein, O man, according to Mr. Spencer's philosophy, you may learn your fate and the true method by...
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Inductive Political Economy, Volumen1

William Lucas Sargant - 1887 - 350 páginas
...not separately, but in connection with the interests of universal humanity, these harsh fatalities are seen to be full of the highest beneficence —...and the debilitated, as the victims of an epidemic." " There are many very amiable people .... who have not the nerve to look this matter fairly in the...
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Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow, Volumen19

Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow - 1888
...happiness and well-being of both are promoted. In man, among other analogous processes, are specified " the beneficence which brings to early graves the children...and the debilitated as the victims of an epidemic." In "The Man rersus The State," written thirty-three years later, Mr. Spencer refers to Mr. Darwin's...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumen37

1890
...incapable, the distresses that come upon the imprudent, the starvation of the idle, and those shoulderings aside of the weak by the strong, which leave so many...the objects of human charity. He himself says (p. 856) : " At first sight these considerations seem conclusive against all relief to the poor — voluntary...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumen37

1890
...interests of universal humanity, these harsh features are seen to be full of the highest beneficeuce — the same beneficence which brings to early graves...as the victims of an epidemic" (Social Statics, p. 354). In the foregoing paragraph Mr. Spencer has included types of all the objects of human charity....
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