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  • But if, on the other hand, our theory should allow that a book may well be a revelation in spite of errors and passions and deliberate human composition, if only it be a true record of the inner experiences of great-souled persons wrestling with the crises of their fate, then the verdict would be much more favorable.

    From the Archive: Thank God For Blessing Us With A Fallible Bible

  • Centuries later, Aristotle's great-souled man was duty-bound to trumpet his worth and require due recognition, so long as he did not exaggerate it.

    [easter day] today in the eastern tradition

  • Centuries later, Aristotle's great-souled man was duty-bound to trumpet his worth and require due recognition, so long as he did not exaggerate it.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • What I think now: Another great-souled and elegiac novel and one with a brilliant twist.

    Yatima » 2008 » December

  • What I think now: Another great-souled and elegiac novel and one with a brilliant twist.

    bukes of the year

  • Of course, great-souled visionaries such as Gore do not concern themselves with piddling and mundane issues such as who will pay for this marvelous no-carbon energy future and how much it will cost.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Al Gore's Curiously Cost-Free Plan to Re-Power America

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    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Al Gore's Curiously Cost-Free Plan to Re-Power America

  • Most of what he said about charismatic authority was stated more cogently in Book III of Aristotle's "Politics," which described the great-souled man who "may truly be deemed a God among men" and who, by virtue of his greatness, is exempt from ordinary laws.

    Barack Obama, Shaman

  • - Fortunately, Nietzsche has solved this problem for us when he says 'I fear we are not getting rid of God because we still believe in grammar' - By which hyperbole this great-souled (though occasionally flawed) thinker means 'Words give us the illusion that we have discovered the truth about something when we have merely named it.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Oh, yes, my soul kitteh wz a great-souled Buddha-cat.

    Monkey See - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

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