To understand, observe, and draw conclusions, man
must first of all be conscious of himself as living.
The white man
sees all things, and thinks greatly, and is very wise.
One tendency appears alike in the philosophical speculation and in the rudest democratical movements, through all the petulance and all the puerility, the wish, namely, to cast aside the superfluous and arrive at short methods; urged, as I suppose, by an intuition that the human spirit is equal to all emergencies, alone, and that man
is more often injured than helped by the means he uses.
Before, when a man
went after fish, or clams, or gull- eggs, he carried his weapons with him, and half the time he was getting food and half the time watching for fear some other man
would get him.
Well, zen," said the man
, resolutely, "I'm go' 'pol'gize
We should not give a more appropriate account of the individual man
by stating the species to which he belonged, than we should of an individual horse by adopting the same method of definition.
Tell me, what was the face of this bad white man
It was not the first meeting with men the man
had had that day.
Often even a whole city suffers for a bad man
who sins and devises presumptuous deeds, and the son of Cronos lays great trouble upon the people, famine and plague together, so that the men perish away, and their women do not bear children, and their houses become few, through the contriving of Olympian Zeus.
I am fully prepared to allow the shy young man
that virtue: he is constant in his love.
Years after his break with Wagner, he wrote "The Case of Wagner", and "Nietzsche contra Wagner", and these works are with us to prove the sincerity and depth of his views on the man
who was the greatest event of his life.
Well, I have had some today already," said the old man
, obviously accepting the invitation with pleasure.