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Knihy Knihy 110 z 52 na dotaz ... feel intensely the importance of his own duties and the significance of the situations....
" ... feel intensely the importance of his own duties and the significance of the situations that call these forth. But this feeling is in each of us a vital secret, for sympathy with which we vainly look to others. The others are too much absorbed in their... "
The World's Work - Strana 348
1920
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Talks to Teachers on Psychology: And to Students on Some of Life's Ideals

William James - 1899 - 301 str.
...to others. The others are too much absorbed in their own vital secrets to take an interest in ours. Hence the stupidity and injustice of our opinions,...the value of other persons' conditions or ideals. Take our dogs and ourselves, connected as we are by a tie more intimate than most ties in this world;...
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Talks to Teachers on Psychology: And to Students on Some of Life's Ideals

William James - 1900 - 301 str.
...to others. The others are too much absorbed in their own vital secrets to take an interest in ours. Hence the stupidity and injustice of our opinions,...the value of other persons' conditions or ideals. Take our dogs and ourselves, connected as we are by a tie more intimate than most ties in this world;...
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On Some of Life's Ideals: On a Certain Blindness in Human Beings; What Makes ...

William James - 1900 - 92 str.
...to others. The others are too much absorbed in their own vital secrets to take an interest in ours. Hence the stupidity and injustice of our opinions,...the value of other persons' conditions or ideals. Take our dogs and ourselves, connected as we are by a tie more intimate than most ties in this world;...
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On Some of Life's Ideals: On a Certain Blindness in Human Beings; What Makes ...

William James - 1900 - 92 str.
...to others. The others are too much absorbed in their own vital secrets to take an interest in ours. Hence the stupidity and injustice of our opinions,...they deal with the significance of alien lives. Hence the'j, falsity of our judgments, so far as they :! presume to decide in an absolute way on the value...
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Turkey and the Turks: An Account of the Lands, the Peoples, and the ...

Will Seymour Monroe - 1907 - 340 str.
...in others. The others are too much absorbed in their own vital secrets to take an interest in ours. Hence the stupidity and injustice of our opinions,...to decide in an absolute way on the value of other person's conditions or ideals." Carlyle's epigrammatic characterization of the Turk as an unspeakable...
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Industry and Humanity: A Study in the Principles Under-lying Industrial ...

William Lyon Mackenzie King - 1918 - 567 str.
...to others. The others are too much absorbed in their own vital secrets to take an interest in ours. Hence the stupidity and injustice of our opinions,...the value of other persons' conditions or ideals." 1 Described in so simple a way, this blindness seems a very obvious and little thing. Yet the forgetting...
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Industry and Humanity: A Study in the Principles Under-lying Industrial ...

William Lyon Mackenzie King - 1918 - 567 str.
...to others. The others are too much absorbed in their own vital secrets to take an interest in ours. Hence the stupidity and injustice of our opinions,...absolute way on the value of other persons' conditions or ideals."1 Described in so simple a way, this blindness seems a very obvious and little thing. Yet the...
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Human Engineering: A Study of the Management of Human Forces in Industry

Eugene Wera - 1921 - 378 str.
...to others. The others are too much absorbed in their own vital secrets to take an interest in ours. Hence, the stupidity and injustice of our opinions,...the value of other persons' conditions or ideals. . . . The first thing to learn in intercourse with others is non-interference with their own peculiar...
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The Making of a Premier: An Outline of the Life Story of the Right Hon. W. L ...

Owen E. McGillicuddy - 1922 - 91 str.
...to others. The others are too much absorbed in their own vital secrets to take an interest in ours. Hence the stupidity and injustice of our opinions...the value of other persons' conditions or ideals. And again, dealing with the labor question : One half of our fellow-countrymen remain entirely blind...
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Present-day Essays

Edwin Van Berghen Knickerbocker - 1923 - 348 str.
...interest in ours. Hence the stupidity and injustice of *Copyright, 1899, 1900, by William James. 195 our opinions, so far as they deal with the significance...the value of other persons' conditions or ideals. Take our dogs and ourselves, connected as we are by a tie more intimate than most ties in this world...
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