The problem is that regarding man
as a subject of observation from whatever point of view- theological, historical, ethical, or philosophic- we find a general law of necessity to which he (like all that exists) is subject.
Your stomach is full with emptiness through the days, and it is for a man
of a very miserable and lying people to give you to eat.
This whole business of Trade gives me to pause and think, as it constitutes false relations between men; inasmuch as I am prone to count myself relieved of any responsibility to behave well and nobly to that person whom I pay with money; whereas if I had not that commodity, I should be put on my good behavior in all companies, and man
would be a benefactor to man
, as being himself his only certificate that he had a right to those aids and services which each asked of the other.
Of the ten Meat-Eaters, each man
had had the strength of ten, for the ten had fought as one man
A young man
in light overcoat and derby hat received a glance shot keenly from the eyes of the girl.
Animal' is predicated of the species 'man
', therefore of the individual man
, for if there were no individual man
of whom it could be predicated, it could not be predicated of the species 'man
' at all.
was wielding a paddle, while directly behind him Kaviri saw some of his own warriors similarly engaged.
More terrible to them than any mountain lion was a man
- killing man
astray in their landscape.
They will not repay their aged parents the cost their nurture, for might shall be their right: and one man
will sack another's city.
I do not like speaking about myself, as may have been noticed, but in the cause of humanity I on this occasion will do so, and will confess that at one time I was, as the young man
in the Bab Ballad says, "the shyest of the shy," and "whenever I was introduced to any pretty maid, my knees they knocked together just as if I was afraid.
Among the higher men whom Zarathustra wishes to save, is also the scientific specialist--the man
who honestly and scrupulously pursues his investigations, as Darwin did, in one department of knowledge.
in the outer room," answered the old man
, bundling together the harness he had taken off, and flinging it on the ground.