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Without debating the pros and cons of the foregoing events, most of them resulted in an increase in government spending and significant cultural and social changes, including a marked increase in unmarried births and single-parent families, which in turn have caused even more social-welfare spending, in an unvirtuous vicious circle.
Such representations of unvirtuous masculinity are not limited to
These points can also be read as outlining a 'timeless' scenario centred on the relationship between an unvirtuous king and an emerging neak mean bon.
The unvirtuous cycle comes to rest temporarily, and the next round begins with more people farther behind.
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The Council has hosted leaders from our nation and around the world but not likely one more important to quelling the fires of violence and indeed to breaking this most unvirtuous circle of violence and to rebuilding dreams of peace than our guest today," he told his distinguished guests.
Erndl points out in her essay, "The Mutilation of Surpanakha," in the Sanskrit version the meeting between the exiled prince and the wandering Surpanakha is a single encounter that ends with Rama ordering his brother Lakshmana to "[m]utilate this ugly, unvirtuous, extremely ruttish, great-bellied raksasi" (71).
If I wash a leper out of compassion and duty but take no pleasure in it, is my action wholly unvirtuous, no better morally than if I had washed my hands instead?
Most historical, art historical, and popular works speak of the tulip craze in tones of wonder and disapproval: first, that it was insane to place so much value on a mere tulip bulb, and second, that it was improper, indeed unvirtuous, to make money without labour.
This binary pits the superior, who has learned to act by virtue (hua) and the unvirtuous (yi), "a different and inherently uncivilized species" (p.
This incident provides the catalyst for the film's thriller narrative, which casts Okwe as the virtuous man trapped in a decidedly unvirtuous world.
The Swadeshi movement in India and the National Products movement in China condemned goods of foreign provenance, in part by defining them as unnecessary, unpatriotic, and unvirtuous luxuries.