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  • sister (24 September 1938), published in The Letters of John Cowper Powys to Philippa Powys (1996), edited by Anthony Head p. 106 If by the time we're sixty
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  • the same organic, inevitable fatality. They are what he is. ~ John Cowper Powys proposed by Kalki 2011 Give me the judgment of balanced minds in preference
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  • complex vision reveals, as it moves from darkness to darkness. John Cowper Powys, The Complex Vision, Ch. 1 (1920). You should not feel that your path is
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  • in a fennel-stalk, the last will take it back — in a book. John Cowper Powys, in The Pleasures of Literature (1938), p. 17 That man, the unsubmissive
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  • thought" and to give it body and form and shape and movement. John Cowper Powys (1920) The Complex Vision Chapter I. I think a picture is more like the
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  • defiant exultation, we are weakening our genius for life. John Cowper Powys, The Meaning of Culture (1929), p. 134 To be a philosopher, that is to
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  • (author) Power, Cat Power, Samantha Powers, Harold Powers, Richard Powers, Tim Powys, John Cowper Pozdniakov, Stanislav Prabhupada, A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami
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  • (1733-1734), "Epistle I". Ambition is the grand enemy of all peace. John Cowper Powys, The Meaning of Culture (1929). There are very few philosophers and artists
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  • that combines extreme reverence with limitless skepticism. John Cowper Powys, The Meaning of Culture (1929), pp. 27-28 Most definitions of philosophy
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  • as she went. John Cowper Powys, in a letter to his brother Llewelyn (18 November 1917), as quoted in Recollections of the Powys Brothers: Llewelyn, Theodore
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  • synthesis of truth and beauty which is the highest and deepest reality. J.C.Powys, in Robert Corfe Egalitarianism of the Free Society: And the End of Class
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  • saw it as representing heroic resistance to Fascism. Goldman and J. C. Powys did not belong to that generation – they belonged to the generation of its
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  • defiant exultation, we are weakening our genius for life. John Cowper Powys, The Meaning of Culture (1929), p. 134. The worldly man lives in society
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  • saw it as representing heroic resistance to Fascism. Goldman and J. C. Powys did not belong to that generation – they belonged to the generation of its
    15 KB (2,209 words) - 23:57, 7 November 2015
  • very foreign supposition, and what ought not to be said by any Englishman. Powys, J., Reg. v. Paty (1704), 2 Raym. 1109. Every facility ought undoubtedly
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  • the law. Finche, L. b. 1, c. 3. The law is not apt to catch at actions. Powys, J., Ashby v. White (1703), 2 Ld. Raym. 944. It was nobly said in another
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  • the heats do not run so high, as in things belonging to the legislature. Powys, J., Ashby v. White (1703), 2 Raym. 946. We must go upon general principles
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  • saw it as representing heroic resistance to Fascism. Goldman and J. C. Powys did not belong to that generation – they belonged to the generation of its
    140 KB (21,082 words) - 02:59, 23 June 2016