In showing that, under their rule, the modern proletariat never existed
, they forget that the modern bourgeoisie is the necessary offspring of their own form of society.
There once existed
two currents: an upper one, long since recognised, which conveys the waters of the ocean into the basin of the Mediterranean; and a lower counter-current, which reasoning has now shown to exist.
Vernon, which had reached me, in common with the world in general, and gained my entire belief before I saw you, but which you, by the exertion of your perverted abilities, had made me resolved to disallow, have been unanswerably proved to me; nay more, I am assured that a connection, of which I had never before entertained a thought, has for some time existed
, and still continues to exist, between you and the man whose family you robbed of its peace in return for the hospitality with which you were received into it; that you have corresponded with him ever since your leaving Langford; not with his wife, but with him, and that he now visits you every day.
That such a time existed
, we have evidences in geology, but there only; we can never expect proofs such as this age demands.
If ever the class existed
in unredeemed nakedness, it was in the Greek cities of the fourth century, and its existence is abundantly recognised by Aristotle.
In dealing with the State we ought to remember that its institution are not aboriginal, though they existed
before we were born; that they are not superior to the citizen; that every one of them was once the act of a single man; every law and usage was a man's expedient to meet a particular case; that they all are imitable, all alterable; we may make as good, we may make better.
All I did was to express my opinion that probably Captain Eropegoff never existed
I feel that I cannot vanish, since nothing vanishes in this world, but that I shall always exist and always have existed
Looking at the question from the natural philosopher's point of view, I should say that nothing useless existed
in the world; and, replying to your question by another, I should venture to assert, that if these worlds are habitable, they either are, have been, or will be inhabited.
If any marked distinction existed
between domestic races and species, this source of doubt could not so perpetually recur.