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  • ...ge. The vigor and eloquence of Proudhon's style was fully preserved in the translation, and to this is due a large share of the influence exerted by Proudhon's wo [[Category:Raw and incomplete pages]]
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  • ...about Christmas time. Every evening during the winter he went on with his translation, and about the first of May following published the results of his labor in [[Category:Raw or incomplete pages]]
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  • ...an additional chapter; and it is from this Pouget edition that the present translation has been made. I have adhered as strictly as possible to the text, being un ...irations which began to come to light centuries ago, at first isolated and incomplete, today begin to assume definite shape; they are found even among those who
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  • ...ress of St. Peter and St. Paul. This description being, in my opinion, too incomplete to convey a correct idea about the real conditions of prison life in the Ru ...Herzen, the distinguished Professor of Physiology, A. A. Herzen. Hero is a translation of his reply, dated Lausanne, February 26, 1883 :—
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  • ...iments into his religion, I believe I ought to present to the reader, in a translation,—doubtless very imperfect, but faithful,—a fragment, some eloquent, bur ...n matter, reaching consciousness of himself—and always in an excessively incomplete and relative manner—only in the consciousness of living and thinking bein
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  • ...les all; when one can demonstrate that such a law is faulty, insufficient, incomplete. And for that there is no need to be a laureate of the Academy. ...it is still in the process of formation, and in this regard experience is incomplete; because, until the last few years, philosophical doubt has struck it only
    147 KB (25,227 words) - 19:27, 10 May 2014
  • ...ically. And the cause of the present iniquity is not too much liberty, but incomplete liberty; the lack of equal liberty in economic life. ...ers' Cooperative Societies, by Charles Gide (New York: Alfred A. Knopf), a translation from the French.
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  • |translation=PREFACE [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation= of the ''Creator:'' it is that which the human mind/spirit, among all the [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=And the conclusion of all these monographs on property has been this: [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=end up by discovering that the remedy to so many miseries, the solution of [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=through the ceaseless scorn of its own works; it perishes as soon as it is [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=TABLE OF CONTENTS [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=CHAPTER V [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=This movement is caused by the polarity, if I may say, or contradiction of [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=martyrdom, which has lasted so many centuries, is definitively beyond any r [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=it can in no way suffice, in order to revive the being thus disrupted, to p [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=industrial establishment, when the entrepeneur, the foreman, the laborers, [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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  • |translation=the animals, the largest are the elephant and the whale, and geology tells [[Category:Translation incomplete]]
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