But as these animals and their spawn are known to be immediately killed by sea-water, on my view
we can see that there would be great difficulty in their transportal across the sea, and therefore why they do not exist on any oceanic island.
here expressed, that relation to an object is an ultimate irreducible characteristic of mental phenomena, is one which I shall be concerned to combat.
Seizing the reins he tugged to drag the beast to his feet; but the animal would not or could not rise, and as the Belgian cursed and struck at him, Achmet Zek appeared in view
Yields, under irresistible pressure, to t he exertion of her guardian's authority, and commits the expression of her feelings to Sir Patrick, who is a born tyrant, and doesn't in the least mind breaking other people's hearts.' Sir Patrick, speaking for himself, places his sister-in-law's view
and his niece's view
, side by side, before the lady whom he has now the honor of addressing, and on whose confidence he is especially careful not to intrude.
From our elevated position we enjoyed an excellent view
over the island.
From the protection of different and unequal faculties of acquiring property, the possession of different degrees and kinds of property immediately results; and from the influence of these on the sentiments and views
of the respective proprietors, ensues a division of the society into different interests and parties.
One could play a new game with the view
, and try to find in its innumerable folds some town or village that would do for Florence.
A single well-directed man, by a single understanding, cannot be distracted and warped by that diversity of views
, feelings, and interests, which frequently distract and warp the resolutions of a collective body.
Each historian, according to his view
of what constitutes a nation's progress, looks for these conditions in the greatness, wealth, freedom, or enlightenment of citizens of France or some other country.
It is interesting to observe that the last line of the discourse, which has so frequently been used by women as a weapon against Nietzsche's views
concerning them, was suggested to Nietzsche by a woman (see "Das Leben F.
Stepan Arkadyevitch had not chosen his political opinions or his views
; these political opinions and views
had come to him of themselves, just as he did not choose the shapes of his hat and coat, but simply took those that were being worn.
Strickland was not, I should say, a man of great intelligence, and his views
on painting were by no means out of the ordinary.