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Unfortunately, the desire to "improve the world" has often then put secular Jews in league with forces of actual tyranny and oppression -- all the fine promises of socialism, communism, and the welfare state, which in the end only serve to enrich a professional and political class of .

Meter - measure or structuring of rhythm in a poem

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Plot - the arrangement of ideas and/or incidents that make up a story

The reference is mistaken. See, rather, Plato, in (Greek and English), trans. H. N. Fowler (London: Heinemann; New York: Putnam’s Sons, 1921), p. 30 (149); cf. p. 76 (161).

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Mr. Lewis has very properly, in our opinion, spared himself the ostentatious candour of mentioning the authors to whom he was indebted, they being mostly writers of established reputation. Such studious honesty in disclaiming any private right to truths which are the common property of mankind, generally implies either that the author cares, and expects the reader to care, more about the ownership of an idea than about its value, or else that he designs to pass himself off as the first promulgator of every thought which he does not expressly assign to the true discover. This is one of the thousand forms of that commonest of egotisms, egotism under a shew of modesty. The only obligations which Mr. Lewis with a just discrimination stops to acknowledge, are to a philosopher who is not yet so well known as he deserves to be, Mr. Austin, Professor of Jurisprudence in the University of London.

Foot - grouping of stressed and unstressed syllables used in line or poem
Structure (fiction) - The way that the writer arranges the plot of a story.

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Mill took a definite position on the relations of nationality to democracy. “Where the sentiment of nationality exists in any force, there is a case for uniting all the members of the nationality under the same government, and a government to themselves apart. This is merely saying that the question of government ought to be decided by the governed.” To this remark he adds another no less revealing: “Free institutions are next to impossible in a country made up of different nationalities” (547). In brief, democracy works best in a uni-national state of like-minded people. He contends that different nationalities, speaking different languages, would hamper the crystallizing of public opinion on which successful representative institutions depend. Social fragmentation and divisiveness would result from the presence of separate leaders of different nationalities. The same books, newspapers, pamphlets, and speeches would fail to circulate throughout all sectors of the society. Each nationality would thus differently assess facts and differently express opinions. Such differences, when sharp enough, would favour despotism rather than freedom. Politicians for their own advantage and power would exploit mutual antipathies.

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Therefore, I personally believe that candidate having a pleasing personality and good manner may have high chance of selection while applying for job. Hence, people should separate some time and make some efforts to develop their personality more presentable along with completing the university degree and developing soft skill and gaining some work experience.

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The denial of altruistic moralism means that the primary business of life is the pursuit of goods for the self, and these are the goods of private life.