But the different forms of motion have their own contraries in other forms; thus destruction is the contrary of generation, diminution of increase, rest in a place, of change
(1) Cases in which only certain appearances of the object change
, while others, and especially appearances from places very near to the object, do not change
This opinion has been more credited in our times because of the great changes
in affairs which have been seen, and may still be seen, every day, beyond all human conjecture.
As a nation grows and changes
, its literature grows and changes
Thomas Jefferson believed that to preserve the very foundations of our nation we would need dramatic change
from time to time.
Afterward, wishing to see if the change
were complete, Venus caused a mouse to approach, whereupon the woman shrieked and made such a show of herself that the Young Man would not marry her.
A gigantic eruption, like that of Krakatoa a few years ago, with the accompanying earthquakes, tidal waves, and clouds of volcanic dust, changes
the face of the surrounding landscape beyond recognition, bringing down the high lands, elevating the low, making fair lakes where deserts had been, and deserts where green prairies had smiled before.
in Miss Fairlie was reflected in her half- sister.
And will he then change
himself for the better and fairer, or for the worse and more unsightly?
It will be of little avail to the people, that the laws are made by men of their own choice, if the laws be so voluminous that they cannot be read, or so incoherent that they cannot be understood; if they be repealed or revised before they are promulgated, or undergo such incessant changes
that no man, who knows what the law is to-day, can guess what it will be to-morrow.
We shall best understand the probable course of natural selection by taking the case of a country undergoing some physical change
, for instance, of climate.
In general, the beginning and the causes of seditions in all states are such as I have now described, and revolutions therein are brought about in two ways, either by violence or fraud: if by violence, either at first by compelling them to submit to the change
when it is made.