independence is as important to me as yours is to you.
He now discovered that he might play his own Odwar into personal
combat with Gahan; but he had already lost one Odwar and could ill spare the other.
In the Philebus, probably one of the latest of the Platonic Dialogues, the conception of a personal or semi-personal deity expressed under the figure of mind, the king of all, who is also the cause, is retained.
The being of God in a personal or impersonal form was a mental necessity to the first thinkers of modern times: from this alone all other ideas could be deduced.
The system of Spinoza is less personal and also less dualistic than that of Descartes.
Largely a matter of Emotion is the Personal Sympathy of the author for his characters, while Intellect has a large share in Dramatic Sympathy, whereby the author enters truly into the situations and feelings of any character, whether he personally likes him or not.
Individual Persons and Human Life: Is the author skilful in descriptions of personal appearance and dress?
In those terms I was informed of what my personal
concern was with the matter of the Diamond.
I want your authority to give him such assurances of personal safety as I may think proper.
He was satisfied by the subtle modification of his personal aspect caused by these small changes.
Mr Dennis having despatched this piece of business without any personal hurt or inconvenience, and having now retired into the tranquil respectability of private life, resolved to solace himself with half an hour or so of female society.
Up to this time she had turned round, every now and then, to where Dolly and Miss Haredale had retired and uttered a scream, or groan, or laid her hand upon her heart and trembled excessively, with a view of keeping up appearances, and giving them to understand that she conversed with the visitor, under protest and on compulsion, and at a great personal sacrifice, for their common good.
That she had no personal motives to serve--far from it--on the contrary, her intentions was good towards all parties.
Maggie was not her pet child, and, in general, would have been much better if she had been quite different; yet the womanly heart, so bruised in its small personal desires, found a future to rest on in the life of this young thing, and the mother pleased herself with wearing out her own hands to save the hands that had so much more life in them.
I am telling the history of very simple people, who had never had any illuminating doubts as to personal integrity and honor.