- n. Plural form of fellow man.
“And his dear bourgeois fellow men are utterly amazed at the lack of 'national enthusiasm' in this young 'citizen.”
““He’s in the Metro Planners class,” I said, which could have been wrong, but I was sure I was right—the wig, the embarrassed eyes, I had seen these exact symptoms in my fellow men in peep shows before Mayor Giuliani destroyed Times Square.”
“Thus, in the course of a few weeks it was possible to conjure up names out of the void, to associate them with incredible hopes on the part of the broad public, even to give them a popularity which the really great man often does not obtain his whole life long; names which a month before no one had even seen or heard of, while at the same time old and proved figures of political or other public life, though in the best ofhealth, simply died as far as their fellow men were concemed, or were heaped with such vile insults that their names soon threatened to become the symbol of some definite act of infamy or villainy.”
“For, if necessary, the incurably sick will be pitilesslysegregated-a barbaric measure for the unfortunate who is struck by it, buta blessing for his fellow men and posterity.”
“Consequently, the higher classes feel less constraint in their dealings with the lowest of their fellow men than seems possible to the 'upstart.”
“If after every decision the will reverted to a state of indecision and oscillation equipoised between good and evil, the basis for confidence in our fellow men would be gone.”
“These 'most humble'creatures, to be sure, despite all their humility before their master andsource of livelihood, have always demonstrated the greatest arrogance towardthe rest of humanity, and worst of all when they pass themselves off withshameful effrontery on their sinful fellow men as the only' monarchists '; this is real gall such as only these ennobled or even unennobled tapewormsare capable of!”
“This consideration should serve to allay that ungenerous contempt, which is still but too commonly entertained, unworthy as it is of a liberal mind, towards a class of our fellow men whose chief fault it seems to be, that they have been made, in their ignorance and heathenism, the victims of the avarice of the civilized world.”
“These cultural disciples, it is true, possessed a verysimple means of passing off their nonsense as something God knows how important: they passed off all sorts of incomprehensible and obviously crazy stuffon their amazed fellow men as a so-called inner experience, a cheap wayof taking any word of opposition out of the mouths of most people in advance.”
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