popes and kings. Gelasius II, 1118-19, held the views Bodin described, but
the most suitable are those that take place once for all, e.g. a wedding
Here someone may ask why allies bound together by an offensive and defensive
A POPULAR state is that form of commonwealth in which the majority of the
of Constance it was laid down that one is not bound to keep faith with
The very seeing of one's friends is pleasant, especially if one is
is one that puts us in a difficulty (for thought is bound fast when
a long walk ahead of us.
the latter seems strange, but not the former.
legal. And so complaints arise most of all when men do not dissolve
honours, such equality is contrary to the laws of nature, for by nature
to pleasantness in the giving of amusement the intermediate person
the most important of any that met in the sixteenth century, were a model of
which are among the greatest in the world. ...
else between the parties; for then they are no longer friends, and
ought to spend much he spends little and where little, much. The niggardly
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nor even with the Good itself if it were painful to him; this is why
<He>puts down his middle, leaving Mowgli in much less coils]
it is characteristic of good men neither to go wrong themselves nor
build great fortresses as a refuge. Their upkeep then compelled them to
thousand ... Sir Thomas More, the English Chancellor, thought that no
decimated for having behaved with cowardice in the face of the enemy.
is in themselves, are not called incontinent simply, but incontinent
the principal breakers and violators of good faith? I have added, 'in