Anyone who does adopt this perspective might wonder whether Hare is engaging in Golden Rule reasoning at all: his emphasis on "gladness" as a criterion requires us to ask, in the case of the severely impaired fetus, not "how we would want to be treated were we in that position," but "how we should treat the fetus given that the child, if born, will probably not be glad to be alive and given the chances of our having another child who probably will be much gladder
to be alive" Both questions return us to the philosophical difficulty of imagining ourselves occupying a position radically different from our own.
Half of its ground floor is a wine cellar and half is a covered seating area overlooking Gladder
Brook, home to brown trout.
Marge Caldwell and Ameila Bishop, Speak Out with Marge, and You'll be Gladder
that You're Alive (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1976).
The quiet revolutionary: Amelia Morton Bishop: following is the story of a simple Texas housewife, mother, sometime denominational worker (especially in the Woman's Missionary Union-WMU), church volunteer, school teacher, university professor, and free-lance writer. (1) That woman, Amelia Morton Bishop, now lives in Austin, Texas. To our way of thinking, she is a quiet revolutionary
My heart is like a singing bird Whose nest is in a water'd shoot; My heart is like an apple tree Whose boughs are bent with thick-set fruit; My heart is like a rainbow shell That paddles in a halcyon sea; My heart is gladder
than all these Because my love is come to me.
She was glad to learn of the biannual golf outings sponsored by Professional Women in Construction (PWC), and gladder
still to see that the most recent event held at Willow Ridge Country Club in Harrison, New York, on Sept.
The longer we talk, the gladder
I am that I never married.
For 60 of those years, the retailer was among the top five office furniture dealers in the country until Robert Finger, president, sold the commercial office end to "someone who was a lot gladder
to get it than I was to keep it," he said.
In an old New Yorker cartoon a pudgy little king stands before a large easel depicting his apotheosis and commands the hapless court artist to "give me more angels and make them gladder
to see me.
I always surmised that the legal staff at DOJ was actually glad to see the last of Juris and gladder
yet to greet the arrival of the commercial services that replaced it under discounted usage contracts.
One would be gladder
if its grasp matched the scope of its title.
still to hear both stores apologise for any offence caused and agree to make charity donations.
If you don't know what's on top of you, than you won't fight back against it," said Li Xieheng, a blogger who wrote a program he named Gladder
, meaning Great Ladder, to help users of the Firefox browser overcome Great Firewall restrictions.
They looked as if they were waiting to be gladder