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I here give the fragment, not alone because he loved it, but because it epitomized the paradox that he was in the spirit of him, and his conception of his spirit.
It's plain enough, and helps the paradox delightfully.
It is the universal language of Mars, through the medium of which the higher and lower animals of this world of paradoxes are able to communicate to a greater or less extent, depending upon the intellectual sphere of the species and the development of the individual.
Though it is not they that are in fault, but the simpletons that extol them, and the fools that believe in them; and had I been the faithful duenna I should have been, his stale conceits would have never moved me, nor should I have been taken in by such phrases as 'in death I live,' 'in ice I burn,' 'in flames I shiver,' 'hopeless I hope,' 'I go and stay,' and paradoxes of that sort which their writings are full of.
Plato is most true to the character of his master when he describes him as "not of this world." And with this representation of him the ideal State and the other paradoxes of the Republic are quite in accordance, though they can not be shown to have been speculations of Socrates.
Her topics include the paradoxes in global marketing communications, dimensions of culture, research and applying cultural values, culture and the media, culture and advertising appeals, and from value paradox to strategy.
Synopsis: "The Austin Paradox" opens with Austin having lost his extraordinary intellectual powers in a laboratory explosion that was intended to kill him.
As of the free "Farewell To Arms" update, "Enter The Gungeon" got two new characters, namely The Paradox and The Gunslinger.
The "French paradox" is a term that was coined in the 1980s and results from the observation that although French people tend to eat a rich diet, relatively high in saturated fats, they also tend to have a lower incidence of obesity and heart disease.
Scripture scholar William Barclay aptly refers to Mary's blessedness as one that exemplifies the paradox of blessedness.
The visitor encountered various parts that at first blush did not coalesce into a coherent pattern or image: Minimalist glass circles suspended from the ceiling (The Belonging Game [all works cited, undated]), a construction of bronze-rod triangles (An Impossible Crack in Reality), an animatronic plastic turtle crawling across the floor (So You), wandering spotlights that lent the setting a theatrical aspect, and--on several occasions during the show's run--a performer: an elderly gentleman delivering a nonstop oration that could have been either a philosophical treatise or the chatter of a confused mind (The Cordiality Paradox).