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  • anywhere. William Ralph Inge, in Light, Life, and Love: Selections from the German Mystics of the Middle Ages (1904), p. xxx; Inge quotes Eckhart quoting
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  • greatness and the majesty. Johann Gottfried Herder, as quoted by William Ralph Inge, The Idea of Progress (1920) In whatever state of knowledge we may conceive
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  • formulate a religion, they would depict the Devil in human form. William Ralph Inge, "The Idea of Progress" (Romanes Lecture, 27 May 1920), reprinted in Outspoken
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  • formulate a religion, they would depict the Devil in human form. William Ralph Inge, "The Idea of Progress" (Romanes Lecture, 27 May 1920), reprinted in Outspoken
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  • have to come down here! (Berlin By Night, Scene 3) [Magnus Armstrong is in the galley of the ship, getting drunk] Inge Wagner: [From down the hall] Armstrong
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  • of Divine things, about which he must keep his mouth shut… William Ralph Inge, in Christian Mysticism (1899), Preface The phase of thought or feeling
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  • begat His coeternal and coequal Son, He created the world." William Ralph Inge, Light, Life, and Love: Selections from the German Mystics of the Middle
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  • Letters and Diaries of Hans and Sophie Scholl (1987), p. 256; edited by Inge Jens, translated by J. Maxwell Brownjohn; also in Voices of the Holocaust :
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  • September 2009 (UTC) 0 – Misattributed: this is a close paraphrase of Dean Inge ~ Ningauble 12:33, 3 October 2010 (UTC) 3 Kalki 17:17, 23 September 2009
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  • formulate a religion, they would depict the Devil in human form. William Ralph Inge, "The Idea of Progress" (Romanes Lecture, 27 May 1920), reprinted in Outspoken
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  • to have remarked to Eve: "My dear, we live in an age of transition". W.R. Inge, in World Wide Agora, p. 22 Oh, Adam was a gardener and God who made him
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  • life of all that lives, the principle and cause of life." William Ralph Inge in Light, Life, and Love: Selections from the German Mystics of the Middle
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  • as quoted in The End of an Age, and Other Essays (1948) by William Ralph Inge, p. 139: Quatorze? Le bon Dieu n'a que dix. All that I know I learned after
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  • later publised in Conversations with William Faulkner (1999) by M. Thomas Inge, p. 102. Well, between Scotch and nothin', I suppose I’d take Scotch. It’s
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  • only necessary for a superstition to enslave a philosophy. William Ralph Inge, The Idea of Progress, Romanes Lecture (1920) I am a believer in liberty
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  • Patriotism varies, from a noble devotion to a moral lunacy. William Ralph Inge, in "Our Present Discontents" (August 1919) in Outspoken Essays (1919), p
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  • Addresses (1952), p. 87. I shall ask no more than that you agree with Dean Inge that even though counting heads is not an ideal way to govern, at least it
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  • her to heartbreak and madness. Directed by Elia Kazan. Written by William Inge. A LOVE STORY UNLIKE ANY OTHERS !! taglines [voiceover, quoting Wordsworth's
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  • formulate a religion, they would depict the Devil in human form. William Ralph Inge, "The Idea of Progress" (Romanes Lecture, 27 May 1920), reprinted in Outspoken
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  • dissolution, but prepares the way for its most hated rival. William Ralph Inge, in Democracy and the Future The Atlantic Monthly (March 1922) The pendulum
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