Despite his hardman image, he added: 'It's always difficult when you're doing violence
Particularly in roles like medical directors where the job includes frequently being the bridge between two cultures, making sure that everyone understands from the start that different agendas, needs and goals will enable you to negotiate collaborative win-win solutions without doing violence
to the organization (or yourself).
So long as these advantages are obtained without doing violence
to anyone, whether through hard and smart work or by some measure of good fortune, there is nothing wrong with the resulting differences.
On the day of McVeigh's execution, a pastor at a memorial service for some of the victims' families asked, "Is there another way we can respond to this violence without doing violence
ourselves?" Restorative justice doesn't promote anger, hatred, rage, or revenge by society or by the victim but offers a nonviolent response to the violence done.
Foakes praises Loncraine's film for capturing Richard's shocking pleasure taken in doing violence
. In a setting updated to remind the viewer of a war-torn country like Britain in the 1930s, Loncraine ingeniously connects Shakespeare's Richard to "twentieth-century phenomena, gangsters, serial killers, the rise and fall of fascist dictators, the power of image-making, and the exploration of new technologies for political ends" (70).
"Allowing children to be adopted by persons living in [same-sex] unions would actually mean doing violence
to these children."
It also attacks allowing gays to raise children, insisting, "Allowing children to be adopted by persons living in such unions would actually mean doing violence
to these children, in the sense that their condition of dependency would be used to place them in an environment that is not conducive to their full human development."
The second part of the book contains a nuanced development of the "ethics of care" that is theoretical without doing violence
to the spirit of that approach, and that extends the ethics of care into questions of social justice by reversing Plato's use of the analogy between city (or society) and soul.
"I urge those that are doing violence
to cease those acts, " De la Rua said, suggesting some of the looting had been organised by criminals.
Let's note at the outset that however we choose to cohere to some people and partition ourselves from others, attitudinally and physically, we may be doing violence
to the ultimate Unity of Life pointed to by most of the world's religions.
without doing violence
to his manhood." One author of temperance fiction wrote of a drinker, "[h]is strong desire to be a man was overcome by an unquenchable thirst." Another quoted a drunkard despairing: "My manhood ...
The Clinton-Gore Administration also argue that embryos can be killed with private funds and their stem cells transferred to federally funded researchers without doing violence
to the law.