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Aren't those who replaced the Constitution, the law, democratic and diplomatic conventions, fundamental moral rules and court decisions with unscrupulousness, unlawfulness, arbitrariness, opportunism, guile and self-interests doing this publicly?
Citing the case of Georges Sorel, whose Reflections on Violence argued that the general strike should be marshaled as a mythic catalyst for the fomentation of a war between classes, Woodcock concluded that 'propaganda based on class violence, as elaborated in its most extreme form by Sorel, inevitably results in a coarsening of moral fibre, a growing unscrupulousness in dealings with other people'.
Immigrant Anglos, quite on their own initiative, soon compiled a record of unscrupulousness beside which even the worst swindles of New Mexico's Spanish and Mexican past seemed timid" (deBuys, 1985, p.
Kotkin paints a portrait of an autodidact, an astute thinker, 'a people person' with 'surpassing organizational abilities; a mammoth appetite for work; a strategic mind and an unscrupulousness that recalled his master teacher, Lenin.
It is about unscrupulousness, rudeness and breach of the law on prohibition of inspections at the local level," Arseniy Yatsenyuk emphasized.
The goal, apart from decrying the greed and unscrupulousness of the white collar criminals on Wall Street, was one of aligning means and ends within a common practice of freedom, capable of demonstrating what a more just, democratic, and ecologically sustainable society might look like.
When the corrupt IT official says he will not touch the woman with a NEPA pole, he is essentially saying that despite his own unscrupulousness he would not stoop low enough to pick up and touch her with a national symbol of corruption.
We call on Jesus to breathe the Holy Spirit into the Filipino people so that we may experience a fresh start in our quest for peace, especially in the Bangsamoro autonomous region; in communities ravaged by earthquakes, typhoons and armed conflicts; in our fight against corruption, unscrupulousness, human trafficking, new forms of slavery, abuse of children and women, dehumanizing destitution and the wastage of creation, to name a few," Tagle said.
We call on Jesus to breathe the Holy Spirit on the Filipino people so that we may experience a fresh start in our quest for peace especially in the Bangsamoro autonomous region, in communities ravaged by earthquakes, typhoons and armed conflicts, in our fight against corruption, unscrupulousness, human trafficking, new forms of slavery, abuse of children and women, dehumanizing destitution and the wastage of creation, to name a few," added Tagle.
We do not want lies, unscrupulousness and corruption,"A student protest organizer Ivaylo Dinev told demonstrators Sunday, according to AFP.
A couple of people he thought were friends cost him money, too and their unscrupulousness persuaded him into bad investments, the report added.
Though comparisons to Machiavelli's ur-founders--Moses, Cyrus, Romulus, and Theseus--would be risible, Fremont's adventures do underscore Machiavelli's teachings that glory-seeking unscrupulousness is the prime mover of history and that "it is necessary to be alone if one wishes to order a republic anew.