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" ... heroisms as well as war. May have — in the final issue, must have — and only has not had yet, because men of heroic temper have always been misguided in their youth into other fields; not recognizing what is in our days, perhaps, the most important... "
Unto This Last - Page 17
by John Ruskin - 2006 - 104 pages
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The Works of John Ruskin, Volume 17

John Ruskin - 1905
...recognizing what is in our days, perhaps, the most important of all fields ; so that, while many a zealous person loses his life in trying to teach the form...lose a hundred pounds in showing the practice of one. 21. The fact is, that people never have had clearly explained to them the true functions of a merchant...
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Selections and Essays

John Ruskin - Literary Collections - 1918 - 423 pages
...recognizing what is in our days, perhaps, the most important of all fields; so that, while many a zealous person loses his life in trying to teach the form...respect to other people. I should like the reader to he very clear about this. Five great intellectual professions, relating to daily necessities of life,...
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The Politics of Industry: A Foot-note to the Social Unrest

Glenn Frank - Economic policy - 1919 - 212 pages
...to the merchant, a term that he uses to refer to all who engage in any form of industrial pursuit : The fact is that people never have had clearly explained...functions of a merchant with respect to other people. . . . Five great intellectual professions, relating to daily necessities of life, have hitherto existed...
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Literature for the Business Man

Gerald Edwin Se Boyar - American literature - 1925 - 419 pages
...recognizing what is in our days, perhaps, the most important of all fields; so that, while many a zealous person loses his life in trying to teach the form...relating to daily necessities of life, have hitherto existed—three exist necessarily, in every civilized nation: The Soldier's profession is to defend...
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