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" ... unfair or ungenerous use of advantages over them; even selfish abstinence from defending them against injury— these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and punishment. And not only these acts, but the... "
On Liberty - Страница 140
по John Stuart Mill - 1859 - 207 страници
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liberty

john stuart mill - 1859
...defending them against injury — these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and punishment. And not only these acts,...to engross more than one's share of advantages (the TrAtovaljfa of the Greeks); the pride which derives gratification from the abasement of others ; the...

On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - 1863 - 223 страници
...defending them against injury — these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and punishment. And not only these acts,...to engross more than one's share of advantages (the irXeoi-c£ia of the Greeks) ; the pride which derives gratification from the abasement of others ;...

On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - 1865 - 68 страници
...deiending them against injury — these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and punishment. And not only these acts, but the dispositions which lead to them, aro properly immoral, and fit subjects of disapprobation which may rise to abhorrence. Cruelty of disposition...

The Greatest Works of the Greatest Authors, Ancient and Modern ...

1894 - 896 страници
...in grave cases, of moral retribution and punish ment. And not only these acts, but the dis positions er may be its f onn of government ; and none is completely...which they do not exist absolutely and unqualified dis position; malice a»d ill-nature; that most an ti-social and odious of all passions, envy ; dis...

On Liberty: The Subjection of Women

John Stuart Mill - 1895 - 394 страници
...defending them against injury — these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and punishment. And not only these acts,...lead to them, are properly immoral, and fit subjects ol disapprobation which may rise to abhorrence. Cruelty of disposition; malice and ill-nature, that...

Sociology and Social Progress

Thomas Nixon Carver - 1905 - 810 страници
...them against injury, — these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and punishment. And not only these acts...immoral, and fit subjects of disapprobation which may arise to abhorrence. Cruelty of disposition ; malice and ill nature ; that most antisocial and odious...

John Stuart Mill: Autobiography, Essay on Liberty, Том 25

John Stuart Mill, Thomas Carlyle - 1909 - 468 страници
...defending them against injury — these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and punishment. And not only these acts,...to engross more than one's share of advantages (the nXeovegia of the Greeks) ; the pride which derives gratification from the abasement of others; the...

Harvard Classics: Volume 25

John Stuart Mill - 1909 - 468 страници
...defending them against injury — these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and punishment. And not only these acts,...to engross more than one's share of advantages (the xXsovel-ta of the Greeks) ; the pride which derives gratification from the abasement of others; the...

John Stuart Mill: Autobiography, Essay on Liberty, Том 25

John Stuart Mill, Thomas Carlyle - 1909 - 468 страници
...these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and -ptmishment. A.nd not only these acts, but the dispositions which...to engross more than one's share of advantages (the wAcovcfta of the Greeks) ; the pride which derives gratification from the abasement of others; the...

J. S. Mill: 'On Liberty' and Other Writings

John Stuart Mill, Cambridge texts in the history of political thought - 1989 - 289 страници
...defending them against injury - these are fit objects of moral reprobation, and, in grave cases, of moral retribution and punishment. And not only these acts,...resentment disproportioned to the provocation; the love of domineer78 ing over others; the desire to engross more than one's share of advantages (the ^XeovE^ia...
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