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The same benign necessity and the same practical abuse appear in the parties , into which each State divides itself ... We might as wisely reprove the east wind or the frost , as a political party , whose members , for the most part ...
But he can rarely accept the persons whom the socalled popular party propose to him as representatives of these liberalities . They have not at heart the ends which give to the name of democracy what hope and virtue are in it .
As fast as any man becomes great , that is , thinks , he becomes a new party . Socrates , Aristotle , Calvin , Luther , Abelard , what are these but names of parties ? Which is to say , As fast as we use our own eyes , we quit these ...
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Selections of prose and poetry drawn from the Centenary Edition of "The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson", published 1903-1904, and from his "Journals", edited by Edward and Waldo Emerson 1909 ... Přečíst celou recenzi