“Gradually the Spartacist barricade fighters on the one hand and the nationalist fanatics and idealists on the other were bled white, and in exact proportion as the two extremes wore each other out, as always, the mass of the middle was victorious.”
“For example, on the one hand he tells his followers to ‘turn the other cheek’ and forgive their enemies, and to hand over all their possessions to the thief who steals some of them4—but on the other, he declares ‘I have come not to bring peace but a sword.’”
“Corre - spondingly there were two basic psychological condi - tions with regard to the human attitude to the divinity, fear of God on the one hand and love of God on the other.”
“Thus they are distinguished from purely scientific con - cepts on the one hand and from purely social ones on the other.”
“But the waters of magical philosophy reached the mediæval mind through various devious channels, traditional on the one hand and literary on the other.”
“And so the end of the War gives us the following picture: The middle broad stratum of the nation has given its measure of blood sacrifices; the extreme of the best, with exemplary heroism, has sacrificed itself almost completely; the extreme of the bad, supported by the most senseless laws on the one hand and by the non-application of the Articles of War on the other hand, has unfortunately been preserved almost as completely.”
“The great branches under which all the religious systems of the past have developed may be classed as based, on the one hand on the consideration of our world and the continuity of life upon it, expressed in Phallic symbolism, and on the other hand, on the Sun as the great giver and sustainer of man, expressed in Solar symbolism." (p. 21).”
“It was effectively two separate Orders: on the one hand it had a wellknown, respectable public face, and on the other there was an inner order called the Rose of Ruby and the Cross of Gold, into which initiation was by invitation only.”
“It may be mentioned here, as is clearly appreciated from what has been said before, that there is an inter-relationship between the tics on the one hand and the symptoms which we discover in the psychoneuroses, psychoses and the mentally unstable on the other.”
“Semler's distinction between religion (ethics) on the one hand and theology on the other, with Herder's similar separation of religion from theological opinions and religious usages, the cause of the”
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