35 Burst results for "Harvard"

Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:58 min | 5 d ago

Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

"And he is the president of the international alliance of physicians and scientists, doctor Malone, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Thanks a lot for the opportunity to be here and talk to you and your audience. So let's get on it. So I'm an admirer and fan of yours. I first was made aware of you and your work when you join Brett Weinstein on his podcast all the way back in April or May or June if I remember correctly. In the back in the 20th century. It feels like yeah, that was a different world. And I was very interested in that conversation and I've watched hours of your footage since because it seemed that you were confirming some of the suspicion that I had and skepticism in my head towards the current rollout and the vaccine that we are now being in some ways forced to take. Please establish your background in vaccine technology, the original inventor of MR MN RNA and DNA vaccines and talk about why and how you got concerned about this. And we'll go from there. Let's see. So briefly, the bona fides. Let's see, you see Davis, biochemistry, bachelors and science. You see San Diego and the salk institute masters in biology, MD from northwestern university in Chicago. Fellowships, research fellowships at UC Davis and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School for global clinical scholars research training that was just a few years ago to kind of tighten up all of my credentials having to do with clinical research regulatory affairs and all that stuff also completed a internship medical internship at UC Davis. I'm a licensed physician in the state of Maryland. I did invent the core platform technology that gave rise to these vaccines. I did not invent these vaccines. And I'm a little aggravated at what's been done with these vaccines as what's happened to the technology. But I had a extensive academic career top pathology at UC Davis and new Maryland Baltimore and also was an associate professor at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. You could look up all the papers and the many patents through if you look on Google scholar is a site so you can just Google scholar and I'm having trouble with that just like you were with the mRNA. With my name on it. And you'll see the over hundred papers and 12,600 plus academic citations for the work blah,

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The Ruling Class Has Become So Disconnected From the 'Muscular' Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

The Ruling Class Has Become So Disconnected From the 'Muscular' Class

"So there's two types of economic classes in America. And by the way, one is not necessarily better than the other, right? There's the muscular class, and then there's the zoom and Skype class, right? So I'm part of the zoom in Skype class, okay? That doesn't make me a better person. It just so happens. I was able to keep on doing my work in the midst of the lockdown without having to lift boxes or wear a mask all day long. But the people that actually run the country, which I think never got the credit they deserved quite honestly during the pandemic, are the people that worked at the Amazon fulfillment centers. The people that are police officers, the people that are our firefighters, the people that actually drove trucks and instead, you saw this growing disconnect of the people in charge, have this arrogance and this attitude almost as top down revolution like, oh, you work with your hands, you don't have a doctorate from Harvard, your DOM and your stupid, right? And so but we saw this bubbling up in a variety of different ways. And for those of us that look at the stuff really closely and are worried about these trends, we said, this is not sustainable. You can't declare war on the people that actually make your country run and act as if there won't be a backlash against that, right? It's like a steep on serving me food serfs and servants. And we'd always make jokes about it, you know when Nancy Pelosi would be out in Napa Valley and all of her donor Friends were maskless, right? And every single person serving food outdoors were wearing masks, right? And we saw that whether Obama's birthday party in Martha's Vineyard where, you know, we had to kind of watch all the videos of people that had to wear masks or masks, but they were a sophisticated vaccinated crowd. And we saw that some people call double standards or hypocrisy, it's not. It's hierarchy. It's people in charge I think they're actually better than you. So hypocrisy is like if you actually believe the rule or you say it and you do something else, these are people that actually think they're at a different level of

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Juliette Kayyem Triggered Over Southwest Airlines Pilot Saying 'Let's Go Brandon'

Mark Levin

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Juliette Kayyem Triggered Over Southwest Airlines Pilot Saying 'Let's Go Brandon'

"Juliet cam who's a Harvard professor said that passengers on that flight should file complaints with the federal aviation administration because their ears had to hear something they don't like This Harvard person said if Southwest air doesn't do anything every passenger on that flight has standing to file a complaint with the FAA and they should do so Southwest will then be compelled to investigate or defend the pilot Have fun with that No messing around in the air bright line rule

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Who Is Vivek Ramaswamy, Author of 'Woke, Inc.'?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Is Vivek Ramaswamy, Author of 'Woke, Inc.'?

"Show. I've been looking forward to this one for quite some time. One of the most important books that has been authored in recent memory and it's all about kind of woke ism and corporate America and what we can do about it and it's a very interesting very articulate guest. The vague Rama Swami did I get that right? You pretty darn close, Charlie. Good to see you. All right, I'm in the zip code. Honor to have you on our show. You're doing a wonderful job introduce yourself first to our audience and then talk a little bit about your book and we'll go from there. Yeah, sure, just a brief introduction. I grew up was born and raised in Ohio, where actually I live today. My parents were both immigrants from India. I often jokingly asked my dad why he came halfway around the world to Southwest Ohio. And he said that, actually, it was the only place in the world where he could get a job in the United States to be near his older sister who was in Fort Wayne Indiana. And that, of course, beg the question of why she came to Fort Wayne Indiana and we joke around it's the only U.S. state with the word India containing. That gets a bit of my family background on how they came here on a joking note. More seriously, I ended up going to Harvard for college. I studied molecular biology. I was a nerdy guy in the lab the whole time. Ended up getting into BioTech investing after I graduated. Did that for 7 years from 2007 to 2014, spent three of those years at the same time in law school at Yale where I met my wife, probably the most productive thing that came out of it. She was in med school and lived next door to me. And when I came back to New York City, after I finished law school and having a fund job on the side, now it was just a fun job. I ended up having a gap in my schedule, took up stand up comedy for 6 months before I decided that that wasn't my calling and left my job to start a BioTech company. I led the company as CEO for 7 years and during that time we got a number of medicines developed. The one I'm probably most proud of is a new drug to treat prostate cancer. But I stepped down from my job as CEO, this January. And you know, thankfully, the company runs well today. It's multi-billion dollar business, but I stepped down as CEO to work on what I thought was a different kind of cancer. Not a biological cancer. But a cultural cancer that I thought threatened to kill the dream that allowed me to achieve everything I ever had in my life as a first generation American. And that was the new orthodoxy. Well, I guess we could call the new woke orthodoxy that had really taken control of one elite institution after another. And though I wasn't born into a lead America, I had lived it for the last 15 years. And I felt compelled to not only tell my story, but to reveal the problem that I saw, which I viewed as a defining scam of our

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Freedom Comes From Obeying What God Wants for Your Life

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:14 min | Last month

Freedom Comes From Obeying What God Wants for Your Life

"That people are becoming less free, the more that we degrade the moral guardrails of our society. That people are free when they actually abide to the law. There's this great quote they're going to take it down soon as soon as they discover it, because I mentioned it way too much at the Harvard Law School. It's far too wise for Harvard. It's just where this is great quote where it says the law are the wise restraints that keep men free. That freedom. And the sooner students realize this the better, and I pray that this is being taught to you, hopefully, maybe it is, maybe it isn't. That freedom comes in the earthly sense. Of course, from Jesus Christ and obeying to the scriptures, but that's the big one. Obeying what God wants for your life, right? Which is that you will be free, not from going to do whatever you want to do, things that make you feel good immediately, but instead, obeying the commands as how God wants you to live. That will be a state of freedom and I'll prove it to you. All of us, no alcoholics in our life. It's a very serious thing. Those people are not free. They do whatever they want to do. A lot of times whenever they want to do it. But unfortunately, that is not a state of freedom. That is a safe. That is a state of bondage to a certain substance that unfortunately then takes control of their mind and their body and hopefully not their

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How Derrick Bell Coined 'Critical Race Theory'

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

How Derrick Bell Coined 'Critical Race Theory'

"The baton was picked up by a guy by the name of Derek bell He was a Professor of law at Harvard And he started to develop critical theory as a race issue Critical race theory He always felt that he was looked down upon that he didn't succeed in academia although he was relatively successful but that is scholarship was not embraced in fact he was viewed as a real whack job by many including Thomas Saul With this fringe ideology he was developing or expanding on critical race theory Taking this notion of law existing for those who dominate the power to the argument that the society exists for the dominant race White people And so again he was a Marxist Markus was a Marxist Most of the professors promoting this are marxists And this is in the 1970s so he's promoting critical race theory particularly in law schools As a Marxist approach an Americanized Americanized Marxist approach To seize on the past imperfections of society or anybody's imperfections Anybody's resentment jealousies anger And create a theory around it The theory being critical race

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An FDA Adviser Said We Need to Give Kids Vaccines to Fully Understand Their Safety

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

An FDA Adviser Said We Need to Give Kids Vaccines to Fully Understand Their Safety

"Doctor Eric Rubin of Harvard University. Who said something that to me is so shocking about vaccines and children that I feel compelled to play it, but I'm also worried that somebody is going to make a health decision based on what they hear on the radio and I don't want anybody to be harmed. So bear with me as I struggle. But I give you doctor Eric Rubin of Harvard University who is one of the FDA advisers who voted unanimously to give the Pfizer vaccine to children ages 5 to 11. But we're never going to learn about how Casey vaccine is unless we start giving it. That's just the way it goes. Did you hear that? Audio quality isn't great. It's on Skype. I'm going to play it again to make sure you heard it carefully, listen very closely to what this FDA panelist said. But we're never going to learn about how cases vaccine is unless we start giving it, that's just the way it goes. We're never going to learn about how safe the vaccine is until we start giving it. That's the way it goes. Now, man's got to doctor title in front of his name. I got to believe he knows what he's talking about. Harvard, boy, that's prestigious. He's on the FDA panel. He's making decisions for America and for America's millions of children. We're never going to learn about how safe the vaccine is until we start giving it.

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Derrick Bell Pushed for Marxist Model in America, Created Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:15 min | Last month

Derrick Bell Pushed for Marxist Model in America, Created Critical Race Theory

"And so what happened was they said well this isn't working We're not going to be able to overthrow the American system this way So there were splinter theories And one of them came out of Harvard Law School that I've been in a med Derrick bell who was an average or worse law professor In the 1970s And he felt that we should basically apply this Marxist model to race In many of his contemporaries thought he was unhinged Thought that he was a fringe 80 lock Thomas Saul used it announced him is really kind of a dumb guy who didn't make a whole lot of sense But dumb or not doesn't matter Over time he taught enough people and another professors joined in as they became more and more radicalized And this is something that has now permeated throughout colleges and universities starting in law schools In starting in the Ivy League schools And it's called critical race

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The Ivy League Doesn't Just Train Tyrants for Our Oligarchy...

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:23 min | Last month

The Ivy League Doesn't Just Train Tyrants for Our Oligarchy...

"John, smear, you've got a thousand articles that stream dot org. What should we talk about now? Well, I have a piece I did with our good friend Jason Jones and the title is the Ivy League doesn't just train tyrants for our oligarchy. Harvard is churning out commandants for Uighur concentration camp. Okay, not a joke. This is serious. Jason Jones is a hero, what do you say in the article about what I believe is doing? Well, the Financial Times reported and the daily caller reprinted. Two officials who oversee detention camps accused committing genocide against Uyghur Muslims in Zhang China previously received fellowships from Harvard University, the Financial Times reported. They studied at the Harvard University's center for democratic governance and innovation while pursuing a doctorate. We were asked center. Yes. ASH center for democratic governance and innovation. Doesn't that sound like a nice, happy, clappy thing, democratic governance and Internet innovation? Well, when you hear happy phrases like that, on the lips of Harvard people, what they really mean is genocide camps in China for Christians and Muslims who won't tow the government

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'Believing Is Seeing' Author Michael Guillen on How Science Led Him to God

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:50 min | Last month

'Believing Is Seeing' Author Michael Guillen on How Science Led Him to God

"Science. It's nothing less than astonishing. When you realize that the idea, most of us have heard in our lifetimes that faith and science are at odds, is not even slightly true. It is in fact the opposite. It's hard for us to shift our paradigms. But we need to, as I said, I write about it a lot in my new book. But a friend Michael gillan, we've had him on before, has a new book out on the very same subject called believing is seeing. He's a real scientist. Michael gill and welcome. Hey, Eric, it's so good to see you again, my brother. Looking forward to our conversation. It's great. It's great to see you and to talk to you. I love talking about all this stuff, especially with somebody who knows about it the way you do. You really came to faith later in life. You had been hostile to faith. And now you're writing books, explaining to people that faith and science are friends and that this is a lie that they're at odds. In the book you talk about how the latest discoveries in neuroscience physics astronomy, mathematics. Point to faith in many ways. Talk about that because I mean, what do you mean when you say neuroscience? I'm not even sure, do I know what neuroscience is? Signs of the brain. Yeah, yeah. It's a study of the brain and, you know, I remember when I was at ABC News, I did a story on the Harvard brain bank, which is the largest repository of human brains. I think in the world, certainly in the nation. So I went there. It's Ian Massachusetts, not too far from Harvard. I was also teaching at Harvard at the time, so it was convenient for me. And I remember being able to hold, they allowed me to hold a human brain in my hands. And even to this day, Eric, it was just a really weird feeling to think, you know, this is the essence of what we call humanity, if you will. Never mind discussions about soul and the spirit. I mean, this is where our personalities. This is where we reside in this two, three pound brain. And the human brain is made up of two hemispheres, the right and the left. And a lot of studies have been done on that. And I talk in the book about I think it was in the 70s when scientists physicians started treating patients with epilepsy by severing the corpus callosum, which is the cable like it's a very thick cable of nerve fibers that connect the two hemispheres. And what they found was that when they, when they cut the two hemispheres, when they separated the two hemispheres like that, the epileptic seizures stopped. Not entirely but to a great degree. But there were some interesting side effects. And that's what I deal with in the book because ultimately I connect that research to my exploration of faith. It's a little bit complicated and we couldn't do it justice here, but I will say this much that when you when you look at these what we call split brain patients, these are patients whose hemispheres have been separated. They there's a lot of interesting side effects. For example, why quote one woman who goes grocery shopping, she's a split brain patient. And she finds that the two hands when she's reaching for groceries or putting groceries in the basket, they fight one another. And what I explain in the book is that what we've discovered from split brain patients is that our two hemispheres are basically at war with one

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Court: U. of North Carolina can consider race in admissions

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Court: U. of North Carolina can consider race in admissions

"A judge has ruled that north Carolina's flagship public university can continue to consider race as a factor in its undergraduate admissions in Chapel Hill North Carolina U. S. district judge Loretta Biggs ruled against a group who argued that considering race in admissions at the university of North Carolina but white and Asian students at a disadvantage students for fair admissions sued U. N. C. in twenty fourteen saying its admission practices violated the equal protection clause of the constitution and federal civil rights law they pursued a similar lawsuit against Harvard University and are challenging an appellate denial in that case to the U. S. Supreme Court Biggs wrote that U. N. C. met its burden in demonstrating it has a compelling interest in achieving the educational benefits of diversity I'm Jennifer king

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What Does the Constitution Really Say About Freedom of Religion?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | Last month

What Does the Constitution Really Say About Freedom of Religion?

"Americans really now need to understand what does the constitution say about religion. And I remember years ago, Hillary Clinton referred to freedom of worship, and I remember chuck Coleman at the time saying, wait a minute, forget about freedom of worship. It's about freedom of religion. Freedom of worship. They have in China. You go into your little weird building on Sunday morning. Do your little weird mystical stuff. And when you come out, you bow to the secular authority of the state. That's the opposite of freedom of religion. Freedom of religion says 24 7, you can exercise your faith. You can live out your faith. You can talk about your faith. You can do things with regard to your faith. You can refuse to do things with regard to your faith. That is an incredibly broad right. And we, in America, because we've been so blessed with freedom, have really just taken our eye off the ball in terms of what it is. And so when somebody says, do something you go, oh, okay, without realizing, like, wait a minute. I am free. Well, just to be clear, let's say let's speak theoretically, right? I'll be like Arthur Miller with a Harvard Law School. He used to do these round table things on PBS or something. You need to say, well, what about in this case? What if it's the Bubonic plague? It's not COVID, which where people get a cold and they inflate the numbers and make it sound like everybody's dying. Let's say tons of people are dying in the streets. That becomes a different issue. In other words, if somebody says, hey, I don't mind spreading the Bubonic plague. You'd say, well, your religious liberty doesn't extend to that because people are dying in the streets because the science actually backs

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Should ecocide become an international crime?

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Should ecocide become an international crime?

"The international criminal court at the hague in the netherlands prosecutes only four categories of crime genocide crimes against humanity the crime of aggression and war crimes but in june an international panel of lawyers proposed a definition of a new type of international crime. I can summarize it and what the definition says is that causing widespread severe or long lasting damage to the environment is the crime of echo side. Alex whiting of harvard law. School served on the panel. He says that for the international criminal court to prosecute people for crimes of eko side nations will need to adopt and ratify an amendment to the courts. Charter getting to that. Point could take years of debate and deliberation getting states to agree to this to bind themselves to an international agreement to an international crime is a long complicated process but getting started is important. He says already the work they've done to define eko side. As an international crime is motivating nations to think about their own environmental laws. And it's sparking debate about new ways to hold people accountable for polluting. The atmosphere and harming the earth

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We Can't Give Joe Biden the Benefit of Good Intentions

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 2 months ago

We Can't Give Joe Biden the Benefit of Good Intentions

"On the right. I've heard a lot of people with our talking points talking about how this was a bungled withdrawal from afghanistan. Charlie was this a bundling or was this intentional. No it was totally intentional. And one of the mistakes that we engage in far too often as we give the benefit of good intentions to our enemy and i would expand just on joe biden. It is the left. It is half the country that i to say. It's half the country. It's it's the people that purport to control half the country that control the major institutions of the new york times harvard the tech companies and the major corporations that have this belief that regardless of what we say to them or regardless of how we approach them they think as dennis would has been saying for last has ten years. Haven't listening to him that they think we're bad. We think they're wrong. We have to stop getting them the benefit of good intentions. These people want to destroy the country stop negotiating infrastructure packages with a party that wants to imprison you and your liberties and freedoms look we intentionally arm. The taliban we gave eighty five billion dollars of weapons. This was probably done some sort of triangular deal with the chinese. We may never know the people i talk to. In the department of defense people talk to in the intelligence agency say that you should not blame. Any of this on incompetency. Yeah maybe randomly drums striking some guy that works for the local gas station in rural afghanistan. That was joe biden and trying to improve his poll numbers with just like that guy with a drone strike. That might have been competency but make no mistake. It's not it's not all of a sudden the lack of intelligence where you say you know what. Let's not destroyed a weapons before we pull out of the country mean a fourteen year old. Who plays call of duty on. Saturdays and sundays knows that. At least you destroy the weapons or you withdraw from a country. Now this was malevolence and the democrats joe biden and this regime. They know exactly what they are

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Professor Files Lawsuit Over University Vaccine Mandate

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:43 min | 2 months ago

Professor Files Lawsuit Over University Vaccine Mandate

"Welcome back by friends. I'm dennis prager and a professor on todd. Zoecke z. y. W i c k by a professor of law george mason university and a fellow at the cato institute in august believe it was august. Let me see here. you wrote a piece in the The wall street journal was august professor. There why gogga's that's right down is so you wrote a about why you're not going to follow your universities. Demand that you get a vaccination for cans covert in order to be able to return to campus and you cited the fact that you had in fact cova and in fact was was when you took tests. You've had the antibodies to kovin. They stay continued to stay in your body and so you sued. george mason. Is that correct cats correct and it's okay. Yup no no you go ahead. Yeah so i so. I tried to resolve this the nice way. Then it's wages. I tried to torch mason claims to the place the respect science that Respects truth so. I reached out over the summer After i contacted by immunologists and i did a full immunity workup including an anti bodies tests. That showed that my anybody's level With comparable to somebody who had been fully vaccinated And And there's more there's more than you needed that but this is sort of a slam dunk case is this is how you measure of somebody's immune protection listens how they measure whether somebody needs a booster shot for any for any disease whether it's measles or covert or anything else And so. I reached out. And i said here's here's the evidence They blew me off. I reached out to again. And i'd attached an affidavit from my immunologist as well as to leading public Stoller sir. I'm sure you're familiar with jay body charge at stanford martin cool dorks harvard. The presenting all the evidence to show this george mason again. Just blew me off Issue their policy saying that everybody had to get back and and so i reached out to the new civil liberties alliance at that point and some ask them to represent me so we brought a lawsuit eventually george mason and they're giving the medical exemption after all this In civil and changed the rules so that wasn't being disadvantaged as much as i had so the lawsuit itself has been resolved. But now there's you know many cases now following raising the same issue as vaccine mandates of spread around the country.

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Author Ruth Wisse on Her New Memoir 'Free as a Jew'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:33 min | 2 months ago

Author Ruth Wisse on Her New Memoir 'Free as a Jew'

"Have Sitting with me here in the studio the author of a book funny title. It's free as a jew. A personal memoir of national self liberation ruth weiss. Welcome to this program. Thank you i. I really can't just start talking to you. Because i have to let people know with whom i'm seated and Who is the author of this book. You have an extraordinary life. We're going to talk about your life But you won the national humanities medal. Which is an extraordinary honor. Utah yiddish literature at harvard for a couple of decades. And as you approach your eighty sixth birthday. I too am approaching my eighty six birthday forgiven. I can't see it as clearly as you can. But you've decided to write a book which is a a memoir. But it's called free as a jew. We should start there. Why is it called that. And then i want to get into your story I should have a soundbite. Answer for it but i haven't yet. Maybe this will get me there I love freedom. it's It's a very great value of mine. And i love being a jew and the two things are very much connected in my mind. I think there's a kind. There's an idea of freedom that comes with being a jew and You know this is not a moment when the jews are particularly popular not an american culture as they used to be once and So i i wanted to lead with that. And it's also because writing the memoir. I didn't myself. No what would emerge as being the most important theme or the most important connective through it. So free as it begins for me. You know in childhood with The most important part of our jewish year And that is the celebration of passover and the reading of the passover haggadah every year. Now i didn't grow up in a very religious family but somehow my parents Kept the passover holiday in the way that some people latch onto one thing in their religious lives in their national lives. That is so strong that it almost makes up for everything else. And the passover holiday was like that and it's all about

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Professor Ruth Wisse Explains Why Liberals Are Less 'Pro-Israel' Than Conservatives

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 2 months ago

Professor Ruth Wisse Explains Why Liberals Are Less 'Pro-Israel' Than Conservatives

"I'm talking to ruth weiss ruth. I'm gonna play the role of eric. You play the role of ruth. You've written this book. Free as jew. You have a background teaching at harvard. you eventually became a conservative. You are pro israel. I think that needs to be said. Why is it. I get the impression that religious jews conservative. Jews are pro israel. Liberal jews tend almost to be pro palestinian or very worried about israel In the way that the harvard faculty was worried about the rotc. Well i mean well the connection you're making is exactly right. I think Why is that. well. I don't put it so much as pro israel that i cannot for the life of me understand how any decent human being could be anything but pro israel. The great question is why did the arab world Why did the arab league organiz in nineteen forty five against the state of israel. You tell me and why. I have my theories. Well i have many theories. I wrote a book about that too. Actually called jusin power Trying to explain anti semitism. And which i define as the organization of politics against the jews and my sense is that you always have to look at the function of anti semitism. Who does it serve. And what purposes does it serve and it seems very clear that the only glue of the arab league in nineteen forty five was common opposition to the state of israel and that's still in some profound terrifying way. The only actual unifying element on a political level within that terribly disparite and and and really frac fragmented and fractured world. So it plays a very important part among arab and muslim societies and unfortunately lately it has been imported into the united states of america quite successfully and driven home

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Ruth Wisse and Eric Discuss Liberals' Perceived Victimhood and Apathy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 2 months ago

Ruth Wisse and Eric Discuss Liberals' Perceived Victimhood and Apathy

"Strikes me that the left in america has fallen in love with with with victimhood. And that they they don't like celebrating sometimes because it almost implies within we haven't suffered enough we want you to focus on are suffering as though something's gained by that you're saying that's not how people learn. It's not a good thing but you see that narrative surely in in american life in the latter part of the the twentieth century just kind of took over and people they wanna wallow they wanna be victims. They wanna remind you of how much they've suffered because it gives them some kind of perverse status. Well that may be true of some people. But you know what i saw. When i was teaching at harvard actually was something quite different. knowle's troubling but very different people didn't wanna fight and what surprised me most about harvard and all the twenty one years that i taught there i became involved in faculty meetings as i had never been before when i was at mcgill and And i saw that there was. They refused to let. Rotc the reserve officer training corps. That had always been at the basis of higher education. There was always training of the best and the brightest young people during precisely the age when you have to go into the arm right. That's the hr so with their. The there was for for forty years forty years right. The faculty of harvard kept rossi off the campus. They did everything. They kept changing the rationale for keeping it on campus so as not to allowed on campus. What is that about what they were actually saying to. These kids is forgive me but this is the way i understood it. America is not worth defending. Of course that's exactly what they're saying. It's worse than that. They were saying that. America is bad. And they're saying that. Any kind of militarism or i should say any kind of self-defence is militarism is a step away from the quagmire of vietnam and chest thumping Jingoism i mean. That's where the left has been for a long time. It breaks my heart but this is all through the culture. Obviously just places like harvard.

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"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note a sketch of darwin's life and some indication of the importance of his work have been given in the addition of the origin of species published in the harvard classics. The text of the present volume shows without further comment. The nature of darwin's labors and their results on this momentous voyage. A few sentences gathered from his autobiography will however throws some additional light upon the more personal aspects of the expedition. The voyage of the beagle has been by far the most important event in my life and has determined my whole career. I have always felt that. I owe to the voyage. The first real training or education of my mind. I was led to attend closely to several branches of natural history and thus my powers of observation were improved though they were always fairly developed. The above various special studies were however of no importance compared with the habit of energetic industry and of concentrated attention to whatever. I was engaged in which i then acquired everything about which i thought or read was made to bear directly on what i had seen or was likely to see and this habit of mind was continued during the five years of the voyage. I feel sure that it was this training. Which has enabled me to do whatever i have done. In science looking backwards. I can now perceive how my love for science gradually preponderant over every other taste during the first two years. My old passion for shooting survived and nearly full force. And i shot myself all the birds and animals for my collection by gradually. I gave up my gun. More and more and finally altogether to my servant as shooting interfered with my work more especially with making out the geological structure of a country i discovered though unconsciously and insensible way that the pleasure of observing and reasoning was a much higher one than that of skill and sport as far as i can judge of myself i worked the utmost during the voyage from the mere pleasure of investigation and from my strong desire to add a few facts to the great mass of facts in natural science. Let i was also ambitious to take a place. Among scientific men whether more ambitious or less so than most of my fellow workers i can form no opinion from life and letters part one pages sixty one to sixty five even if the journal of the voyage were not one of the most interesting and informative books this statement by its author of the importance of the expedition in making his later epoch making generalizations would give it a distinctive place in the literature of science. But it's amazing wealth of information and it's unconsciously painted picture of disinterested zeal in the search for scientific truth have made it for intrinsic reasons classic in it's kind..

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03:49 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Casting. Her eyes upon the young man's beauty began at once to lay her nets for him perceiving. Which when the suffered come to an agreeable end. I took vigia side and conjured him by the benefits. He said he owed me to have nothing whatever to do with her to this he ansett good. Heavens benvenuto do you. Then take me for a madman. I joined not for a madman. But for young fellow and i swore to him by god i do not give that woman the least thought but for your sake i should be sorry if you came to break your neck upon these words he vowed and fades to god that if ever he spoke with her he might upon the moment break his neck. I think the pohlad swore this oath to god with all his heart or he did break his neck as i shall pleasantly relate message. Vanni showed signs to evidence of loving him dishonorable way for we began to notice that luigi had new suits of silken velvet every morning and it was known that he abandoned himself altogether too bad causes neglected his fine talents and pretended not to see or recognize me because i had once buke him and told him he was giving his salt of how vices which would make him break his neck as he had vowed thirty three now message. Advani got his favorite a very fine black horse who which he paid one hundred and fifty. Kwan's the beast was trained to hand so that luigi could go daily to cow coli of the lodgings of that prostitute layer though. I took notice of this. I paid it. No attention only remarking that all things acted as their nature plummeted. And meanwhile i gave my whole mind to my studies. It came to pass one sunday evening. We were invited to stop together with the cnn sculpture. Michael agnello and the time of the year was summer batch. Yucca of whom. I've already spoken was present at the party. And he had brought with him his old. Flame phantasm layer. When we're table. She sat between me and bat yata in the very middle of the banquet. She rose and excused herself upon the pretense of a natural need saying she would speedily return. We meanwhile continued talking very agree of the thing but she remained in unaccountably longtime absence. It johnston that evening. My is open. I thought i heard a sort of subdue tittering in street below. I had a knife in hand. Which i was using my service at the table. A window was so close to where. I sat that by merely rising. I could see luigi in the street together with tazelaar and i heard luigi saying oh if that devil benvenuto only saw us. Shouldn't we catch it. And he answered have no fear. Only listen to the noise. They're making with a lasting. They're thinking of these was having made them both well out. I left from the window and took luigi by the cape. And certainly i should then have killed him with the knife i had. But that he was riding a white horse to which he clapped spurs leaving his cape in my glass in order to preserve his life. Phantasm layer talk to her heels in the direction of a neighboring church. The company at supper rose immediately and came down in tweeting in a body to refrain from putting myself and them to inconvenience for trumpet. I told them that. I should not have let myself be moved on her account or that i was bent on punishing the infamous young man. Who showed how little he regarded me. Accordingly i would not yield to the women's suances those ingenious and wealthy men but took my sword and went along toward eighty. The house where we were stopping. I should say stood close to the castello gate which leads to eighty walking thus upon the low to eighty..

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03:47 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"I shall be obliged to digress a little from the history of art. Unless i were to omit some annoying incidence which have happened in the course of my career. One of these. Which i'm about to describe brought me into the greatest risk of my life. I have already told the story of the artists club and the farcical benches which happened owing to the woman whom i mentioned fantastic lia the one who felt for me that false and folsom love. She was furiously enraged. Because of the pleasant trick by which i bought diego to a banquet and she swore to be benched on me. How she did so is mixed with. The history of a young man called luigi party who had recently come to rome. He was the son of one of the parties who had been beheaded for incest with his daughter and the youth possessed extraordinary gives for poetry together with sound latin scholarship. He wrote well was graceful in manners and of surprising personal beauty. He had just left the surface of some bishop whose name i do not remember and was thirty tagged with a very foul disease. While he was yet a lad and living in close they used in certain places of the city to meet together during the nights of summer on the public streets and he ranking among the best of the improvisatory sung there. His reputation was so admirable that the divine michael agnello gonna not that prince of sculptors and painters went wherever he heard that he would be with the greatest eagerness and delight to this to him. There was a man called lotto a goldsmith. Very able in his art who together with myself joined warno. Rt upon these occasions the acquaintance fang up between me and luigi polke and after the lapse of many years. He came in the miserable plight which i have mentioned to make himself known to me again in lome beseeching me for god's sake to help him move to compassion by his great talents by the love of my fatherland and by my own natural tenderness of hot i took him into my house and had him magically tweeted in such wise that being but a youth he soon regained his how while he was still pursuing his cure. He never admitted his studies and i provided him with books. According to the means at my disposal the result was that luigi recognizing the great benefits. He had received me often times with words and tears returned me. Thanks for testing that. If god should ever put good fortune in his way he would recompense me for his kindness to this. I've applied the had not done for him as much as i desired. But only what i could and that it was the duty of human beings to be mutually serviceable suggested that he would pay service. I had mentioned him by doing likewise to someone who might have the same need of him as he had of me. The young man in question began to frequent the court of rome where he soon found a situation and involved himself in the suite of a bishop. A man of eighty years who bore the title or go gansu's this bishop had a nephew called messer. Giovanni he was a nobleman of venice and the said message vanni made a show of marvel's attachment to luigi parties talents under the pretense of these talents. He brought him as familiar to himself as his own flesh. Blood who itchy having talked of me and always great obligations to me with method yovany the latter expressed a wish to make my acquaintance thus when it came to pass that when i had upon a certain evening invited that woman phantasm to supper and had assembled a company of men of pots. We were my friends just at that moment of are sitting down to table method giovanni and luigi party arrived dr some complimentary speeches. They both remains to suck with us..

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03:06 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Some time in the contemplation of this wonderful structure and the great variety of objects which it presented by heartless filled with a deep melancholy to see several dropping unexpectedly in the midst of jollity and catching everything. That's stood by them to save themselves. Some were looking up towards the heavens in a thoughtful posture and the midst of a speculation stumbled and fell out of sight. Multitudes were very busy in the pursuit of bubbles that glittered in their eyes and dance three four them but often when they thought themselves within the reach of them. Their footing failed in down sunk in this confusing of objects. I observed some with semi tires in our hands who ran to and fro upon the bridge thrusting several persons on trapdoors which did not seem to lie in their way and which they might have escaped had they not done thus forced upon them. The genius seen me indulge myself in this melancholy. Prospect told me i had wealth long enough upon it. Take that is off the bridge. Said he and tell me valujet's ceus does not comprehend upon looking up. What means said i those great flights of birds that are perpetually hovering about the bridge and settling upon it from time to time i see. Vultures harpies ravens parents and among many other feathered creatures several little winged boys that perch in great numbers upon the middle arches. These said the genius are envy avarice superstition despair love with the light cares and passions. That infest human life. I hear fetched a deep sigh. Alas that i then was made in vain how is he giving away to misery and mortality tortured and light and swallowed up in debt. The genius being moved with compassion towards me bidding quit soul uncomfortable prospect. Look no more said. He unman in the first stage of his existence in his setting out fraternity the castaigneide i on that thick mist into which the tide bears the several generations of mortals. That fall into it. I directed my side as i was ordered. And while there were no the good genius strengthen it with any supernatural force or dissipated part of this that was before too thick for the. I two penetrate. I saw the valley opening at the farther end and spreading fourth into an immense ocean. That had a huge rock of adamant running through the midst and dividing it into two equal parts. The clouds still rested on one. Half of it. In so much that i could discover nothing in it but the other appear to me vast ocean planted with innumerable islands. That were covered with fruits and flowers and interwoven with a thousand shining seas..

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04:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Remains when every guest is gone sits on the bed he pressed and size alone absent. Her absent hero seasoned his or in her bosom young scantiest bears and seeks the father's image in the child if love by likeness might be so beguiled meantime. The rising talents are sustained. No labor's exercise the useful band nor use of art nor toils of arms. They know the mole is left unfinished to the fo. The mounds the works. The walls neglected lie short of their promised tight that seemed to threat to the sky. But when imperial juno from above saw daito of love halt with the venom which have veins inflamed and by no sense of shame to be reclaimed with soothing words to venus. She began high praises endless owners. You have one and my mitee trophies with your worthy son to golds a silly woman undone. Nor am i ignorant. You both suspect this rising city which my hands erect shall celestial discord never cease to better ended in a lasting peace. You stunned possessed of all your soul. Desired pool data with consuming lovers. Fide your trojan with my tyrian. Let us join so died. Osho beal's aeneas mine one common kingdom one united line allies. I shall a darden lord obey and lofty carthage for a dr convey then venus who are hidden fraud descried which would the center of the world misguide two libyan shores thus ought fully replied. Who but a fool would wars with juno choose on such alliance. Such gifts refuse a fortune without joint desires comply. The doubt is all from jove and destiny lest he forbid with absolute command to mix the people in one. Common land will the trojan and the tyrian line in lasting leagues and show us accession but you the partner of his bed and thrown may move his mind. My wishes i own mine said imperial. Juno be the k. Time urges now to perfect this affair attend my council and a secret share. When next the sun his light displays and guilds the world below with purple raise to queen. Anne is and the tyrian court sheltered the shady woods for sylvan. Game resort there while the huntsman pitched their toils around and cheerful horns from side to side resound. A pitchy cloud cover all the plane with hail and thunder and tempestuous rain. The fearful train shall take their speedy flight dispersed and all involved in gloomy night one cave a grateful shelter shallow food to the fair princess and the trojan lord. I will myself the bridal bed prepare. If you to bless the nuptials will be their social their loves be crowned with do delights and hyman shelby present at the rights. The queen of love consents and closely smiles. That are vein project and discovered whilst the rosie mourn was risen from the main and horns and hounds awake the princely train the issue early through the city gate with a more wasteful huntsman. Ready wait with nets and toils and dots beside the force of spartan dogs and swift million hosts the tyrian peers and offices of state for the slow queen in anti-chambers. Wait her lofty corser in the court. Below who has majestic ride a seems to know proud of his purple. Trappings pools ground and champs the garden. Bitten spreads.

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04:02 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note richard henry dana. The second of that name was born in cambridge massachusetts august. First eighteen fifteen. He came of a stock that had resided there. Since the days of the early settlements his grandfather francis dana had been the first american minister to russia and later became chief justice of the supreme court of massachusetts. His father was distinguished as a man of letters. He entered harvard college in eighteen thirty one but near the beginning of his third year in attack of measles left his eyesight so weak. That study was impossible. Tired of the tedium of slow convalescence. He decided on a sea voyage and choosing to go as a sailor rather than a passenger he shipped from boston on august fourteenth. Eighteen thirty four on the brig pilgrim bound for the coast of california. His experiences for the next two years form the subject of the prison volume in the december following his return to boston in eighteen. Thirty six dana reentered harvard. The hero of his fellow students graduating in the following june. He next took up the study of law at the same time teaching elocution in the college and in eighteen forty. He opened an office in boston. Wall in the law school. He had written out the narrative of his voyage which he now published and in the following year. Eighteen forty one issued the siemens friend. Both books were republished in england and brought him an immediate reputation after several years of the practice of law during which he dealt largely with cases involving the rights of semen he began to take part in politics as an active member of the free soil party. During the operation of the fugitive slave law. He acted as counsel on behalf of the fugitive shadrach sims and burns and on one occasion suffered a serious assault as a consequence of zeal. His prominence in these cases along with his fame as a writer brought him much social recognition on his visit to england in eighteen fifty six three years later. His health gave way from overwork. And he set out on a voyage round the world revisiting california where he made the observations which appear in the postscript to this book on his return dana was appointed by lincoln united states district attorney for massachusetts and in his arguments before the supreme court in washington in connection with the price causes dealing with the capture of private property at sea. In time of war he greatly increased an already brilliant legal reputation after the close of the war. He resigned his office of district attorney as he could not approve of president johnson's policy of reconstruction and returned to private practice. This he relinquished in eighteen. Seventy eight in order to go to europe to devote himself to the preparation of treatise on international law but the actual composition of this work was little more than begun when he died in rome. January six eighteen eighty two and was buried in the protestant cemetery where lie the ashes of keats and shelley the record of danes. Life agrees with the picture of his temperament which lie unconsciously painted in his first and greatest book the ready sympathy for the suffering and the oppressed the courage unselfishness and fair mindedness which he exhibited on the merchant vessel when a boy of twenty continue to characterize him throughout his long and distinguished career as lawyer and citizen the mayor of two years before the mast was recognized in both america england immediately after its appearance and at once took rank as the most vivid and accurate picture in literature of the side of life had sought to portray w clark russell himself one of the best writers of sea stories in english called it. The greatest see book that was ever written in any language and convincing detail of its narrative led to comparisons with the masterpiece of defoe its value and interest. Today are greater than they were when it was written for while the human element remains the same the account of the routine on board the old sailing ships the picture of the trading on the coast of california and the description of that country in the days before the discovery of gold had transformed at civilisation. Have all acquired a historical importance much is added also by the unaffected literary skill of the narrator such episodes as the flogging of salmon john sweet the dry gill off can section. The wedding fandango at santa barbara. The canonica's in the oven the funeral in san pedro the rounding of cape horn and the alert have passed into the list of the memorable things in literature..

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04:02 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note richard henry dana. The second of that name was born in cambridge massachusetts august. First eighteen fifteen. He came of a stock that had resided there. Since the days of the early settlements his grandfather francis dana had been the first american minister to russia and later became chief justice of the supreme court of massachusetts. His father was distinguished as a man of letters. He entered harvard college in eighteen thirty one but near the beginning of his third year in attack of measles left his eyesight so weak. That study was impossible. Tired of the tedium of slow convalescence. He decided on a sea voyage and choosing to go as a sailor rather than a passenger he shipped from boston on august fourteenth. Eighteen thirty four on the brig pilgrim bound for the coast of california. His experiences for the next two years form the subject of the prison volume in the december following his return to boston in eighteen. Thirty six dana reentered harvard. The hero of his fellow students graduating in the following june. He next took up the study of law at the same time teaching elocution in the college and in eighteen forty. He opened an office in boston. Wall in the law school. He had written out the narrative of his voyage which he now published and in the following year. Eighteen forty one issued the siemens friend. Both books were republished in england and brought him an immediate reputation after several years of the practice of law during which he dealt largely with cases involving the rights of semen he began to take part in politics as an active member of the free soil party. During the operation of the fugitive slave law. He acted as counsel on behalf of the fugitive shadrach sims and burns and on one occasion suffered a serious assault as a consequence of zeal. His prominence in these cases along with his fame as a writer brought him much social recognition on his visit to england in eighteen fifty six three years later. His health gave way from overwork. And he set out on a voyage round the world revisiting california where he made the observations which appear in the postscript to this book on his return dana was appointed by lincoln united states district attorney for massachusetts and in his arguments before the supreme court in washington in connection with the price causes dealing with the capture of private property at sea. In time of war he greatly increased an already brilliant legal reputation after the close of the war. He resigned his office of district attorney as he could not approve of president johnson's policy of reconstruction and returned to private practice. This he relinquished in eighteen. Seventy eight in order to go to europe to devote himself to the preparation of treatise on international law but the actual composition of this work was little more than begun when he died in rome. January six eighteen eighty two and was buried in the protestant cemetery where lie the ashes of keats and shelley the record of danes. Life agrees with the picture of his temperament which lie unconsciously painted in his first and greatest book the ready sympathy for the suffering and the oppressed the courage unselfishness and fair mindedness which he exhibited on the merchant vessel when a boy of twenty continue to characterize him throughout his long and distinguished career as lawyer and citizen the mayor of two years before the mast was recognized in both america england immediately after its appearance and at once took rank as the most vivid and accurate picture in literature of the side of life had sought to portray w clark russell himself one of the best writers of sea stories in english called it. The greatest see book that was ever written in any language and convincing detail of its narrative led to comparisons with the masterpiece of defoe its value and interest. Today are greater than they were when it was written for while the human element remains the same the account of the routine on board the old sailing ships the picture of the trading on the coast of california and the description of that country in the days before the discovery of gold had transformed at civilisation. Have all acquired a historical importance much is added also by the unaffected literary skill of the narrator such episodes as the flogging of salmon john sweet the dry gill off can section. The wedding fandango at santa barbara. The canonica's in the oven the funeral in san pedro the rounding of cape horn and the alert have passed into the list of the memorable things in literature..

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05:18 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Of yonder city and he answered by allah. I know it not for. I never saw before and never sailed these season my life but since our troubles have ended and safety remains for you only to lend their with your merchandise and if you find selling profitable sale and make your market of what it is there and if not we will rest here. Today's and provision ourselves and fair way so we entered the port and the captain went uptown and was absent awhile after which he returned to us and said arise go up into the city and marvel at the works of allah with his creatures and prey to be preserved from his righteous wrath. So we landed and going into the city saw at the gate men holding stabs in hand but when we do near them behold they have been translated by the anger of allah had become stones. Then we entered the city and found all therein turned into black stones and stone. Not an inhabited house appeared to the aspire nor was there a blower fire. We were awestruck at the site and threaded the market streets where we found the goods gold and silver left lying in their places and we were glad and said doubtless there is some mystery and all this then we dispersed about the thoroughfares in each busied himself with collecting the wealth and money and rich stuff taking scanty heat. A friend or comrade. As for myself. I went up to the castle which was strongly fortified an entering the king's palace by its gate of read gold found all the vessel gold and silver and the king himself seated in the midst of his chamberlains and nabobs and as and was ears all clad in riemann which confounded man's art. I drew near and saw him sitting on a throne in crested an inlaid with pearls and gems and his robes were of gold cloth adorned with jewels of every kind each one flashing like a star around him stood fifty men. Luke's white slaves clothed in silks of diverse sorts holding their drawn swords in their hands. But when i drew near to them low all were black stones. My understanding was confounded at the site. But i walked on and entered the great hall of the harum walls. I found hung with tapestries gold striped silk and spread with silken carpets embroidered with golden cowers. Here i saw the queen. Lying at full link arrayed in robes with fresh young pearls on her head was a diadem set with many sorts of gyms fit for a ring and around her neck hung collars and necklaces. All her raymond and her ornaments were in natural state but she had been turned into a blackstone by allah's wrath presently. I spied an open door for which i made straight and found leading to it a flight of seven steps so i walked up and came upon a place. Park added with marvel and spread and hung with gold worked carpets tapestry a middle most of which stood of thrown of juniper would with pearls and precious stones and set with the bosses of emeralds in. The further wall was an alko who's curtains. Strong with pearls. Were let down. And i saw light issuing there from so i drew near and perceive. The light came from a precious stone as big as an ostrich egg set at the upper end of the alcove upon a little chris. Oftentimes couch of ivory and gold. And this tool. Blazing like the sun cast. It's raise widen inside. The couch also was spread with all men silken stuff's amazing the gazer with.

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Halloween by Robert, Burns. Footnote Halloween is thought to be a night when witches devils and other mischief-making beings are abroad on their baneful midnight errands. Particularly, those aerial people, the fairies are set on that night to hold a grand anniversary. And a footnote. Upon that night when Ferries Light On casula down dance. Or over the LAZE IN SPLENDID BLAZE On sprightly horses. Prance. Or for coli in the root is taken. Beneath the moon's Pale beams. They're up the cove to stray in Rove. Among the rocks streams. To, sport that night. Among the Bonnie winding banks. Where the river doon runs clear. Where Bruce once ruled the marshal ranks. And shook his carrick. Spear. Some Mary Friendly Country Folks. Together. Did convene. To burn their nuts and pile their shocks of wheat. And have their Halloween. Full of fun that night. The losses, feet and cleanly neat. More strong than when they're fine. Their faces happy full sweetly show. Hearts faithful warm and kind. The lad say true with love knots. Nodded on, their garters. Some surprisingly shy and some with chatter. 'cause the girls hearts to get starting. WILES fast at night. Then first and foremost through the cabbage. Their stocks of wheat are sought at once. They touch their own and grasping choose. For very strong and straight ones. Poor fellow will fell off the drift. And wandered through the cabbage. And pulled for Wando better shift. A cabbage like a pig's tail. So bent that night. Then straight or crooked earth or none. They roar in cry all throughout their the very little children toddling run. With stocks out over their shoulders. And if the custard sweet or sour. With pocket. Knives. They. Taste them. Thereafter cosily about the door. With clever care, they've placed them. To lie that night. The girls steal away from among them all. To pull their stocks of corn. But rap slips out and plays about. Behind the very large thorn. He grabbed onto Nellie hard and fast. Loud screamed all the other girls. But the grain at the top of her stock was lost. When cuddling in the haystacks? With him that night. The old good wives well hoarded nuts. Are Round and round divided. And many lads lasts fates. Are. There that night decided. Some kindle cosily side by side. And burned together.

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04:50 min | 1 year ago

"harvard" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"With a sweet colonel to set budding more. And still more later flowers for the B.'s until they think warm days will never cease. For summer his or brimmed their clammy cells. Who Hath not seen the OFT Amid Thi- store. Sometimes, whoever seeks abroad may find these sitting careless on a granary floor. The hair soft lifted by the winnowing wind or on a half reaped furrow. Sound Asleep. Drowsy with a fume of poppies while they hook spares the next swath and all its twine flowers. And sometimes like a Gleaner Thou dost keep. Steady they laden head across a brook. or by a CIDER press with. Patient. Look. Thou watches the last oozing hours by hours. Where are the songs of spring? I where are they? Think, not of them thou CAST THY music to. while. Barred clouds bloom the soft dying day. And touch the STUB planes with Rosy Hue. then. In a willful choir, the small nets mourn. Among the rivers silos borne aloft. Or, sinking as the light wind lives or dies. And full grown lambs loud lead from hilly born. Hedge crickets sing. And now with trouble soft, the red breast whistles from the Croft. And gathering swallows to in the skies. End of poem. This recording is in the public domain. To side. By don't kiss. Read forty reverse dark by being trim March two, thousand eight. In Hong Kong. OLIGARCHIES here. This release numbers wrong by sweet enforcement and remaining burris deer. And powder thysie hurries should be song you went into thorough thought cost ear. Sure I gem today. Ardy dic- though ING psyche with array current is. Wonder Info forest thoughtlessly. And on the Sutton fending with surprise. So to fair creatures call side by. Indep his grass beneath the whispering roof of list and Chambal Blossoms. What that wrong a break deed scarce inspired. MIC. Koru flowers fragrant art. Rule silver. WIDE EMBODIED TEAR IAN They. Calm breathing on the baddeck grass. Their own embraced and the news to. Their list tossed not by had no Beta to you. As you destroyed by Szott hinder slumber and radio podcast is to outnumber attend idol already I. Love. The wing in boy are Neil. Thou. Oh. Happy Heavy Daf he has psychic, shooter. All latest Bong and loved it. For all reimposed faded hierarchy. Thyroid phoebe Sapphire region DA. Of vesper. Ameri screw wall off the sky. thera- this. Though Temple DA numb. No auto hip with flowers. No Virgil Choir Malicious Mon appall them in our. No voice, no ruled no pipe knowing. Thanks to be changed. Things are teaming. Knows live. No growth now are recall no no-hit Pale moth profit dreaming. Oh, brightest though today for N. bows to totally for the father leaving liar when Hollywood the holiday first bows. Holy, the air, the water, and though fire. Yet E way in this days so far retired from heavy parties they..

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05:27 min | 1 year ago

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"The murmurs haunts of flies on summit Eve's. Darling. I listen. And for many a time, I, have been half in love with ease full death. Called him soft names and many amused rhyme. To Take into the air my quiet breath. Now more than ever seems it rich to die To cease upon the midnight with no pain. While vow at pouring forth I. Sola abroad in such an ecstasy. Still would staus sing and I have ears in vain to the high requiem become Assad. Thou was not born for death immortal bird. No hungry generations. Tread the down. The voice I hear this passing night was heard in ancient days by emperor and clown. Perhaps the self-same song that found a path through the sad heart of Ruth. When sick for home she stood in tears amid corn. The, same that off times th- chomped magic casement's. Opening on the foam of perilous seas and fairy lands for. Lawn. full-on. The very word is like a bell to toil me back from the to my soul south. A jere. The fancy cannot cheat so well as she is famed to do. Deceiving Elf. Do a Jew, THY plaintive anthem fits past the new meadows over the still stream up the hillside. And now tis buried deep in the next valley glades. Was a division or a waking dream. fled is that music. Do I wake or sleep. And of poem, this recording is in the public domain. On agreession earn by John Keats? Read for Liberty Vox dot. Org. Stale on ravished bride of Quietness Thou foster child of silence and slow time Sylvan historian who can st- those express a flowery tail more sweetly then our rhyme. What leave fringed legend Hans about the shape of deities or mortals or of both in Tempe or the details of Arkadi. What man or gods are these what maidens loath? What mad pursuit what struggled to escape? What pipes and Tim brawls what wild ecstasy. Heard. Melodies are sweet but those unheard are sweeter. Therefore, Ye soft pipes play on note to the sensual here but more endeared pipe to the spirit ditties off no tone fair youth beneath the trees thou can't not Levi Song nor ever can those trees be bear volt lover never never cast thou kiss though winning near the goal yet do not grieve she cannot fade those ow has not I. Bliss Forever Wilt Thou love and she be fair. happy healthy bows that cannot shed your leaves nor ever bid the Spring Adieu and happy melodist on wearied forever piping songs forever new. More happy love more.

Ruth Levi Song Assad John Keats Arkadi Tim Sylvan Hans Tempe
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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Libra Vox, Dot Org by Mark Smith of Simpson Ville South. Carolina. The souls of poets dead and gone what he lyceum have you known happy field or Mossy Cavern choicer than the Mermaid Tavern? Have here tipple drink more fine than mine hosts. Canary wine. Or are fruits of Paradise Sweeter than those dainty pies of Venison, oh, generous food dress as though bold Robin Hood was with his maid Marian Sup and bows from Horning Ken. I have heard that on a day mine hosts signboard flew away nobody knew wither till and astrologers old quill to a sheepskin gave the story said he saw you in your glory underneath a new old sign sipping beverage divine and pledging with contented smack the mermaid in Zodiac. Souls of poets dead and gone what allies Eum have known happy field or Mossy Cavern choicer than the Mermaid, tavern? And of POV, this recording is in the public domain. Happy insensibility by John Keats. In a dreary night December two. Happy Happy Tree thy branches. Nair. Remember the north cannot do them with a sleepy.

Mermaid Tavern Mossy Cavern Simpson Ville South Marian Sup Robin Hood Mark Smith Horning Ken John Keats Carolina Eum
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03:36 min | 1 year ago

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"For a penny or for one hundred pence or again OPRI sts we may have the case of one who is not cast into prison for a haven for a penny or for a hundred pence. Who Owe, priests is cast into prison for a hey penny for penny or for a hundred pence. Whenever, Oh, priests anyone is poor needy and indigent he oh, priests is cast into prison for a Haney for a penny or for one hundred pence. Who Owe priests is not cast into prison for a haven for a penny or for a hundred pence. Whenever a priests any one is rich wealthy and affluent he oh, priests is not cast into prison for a haven for a penny or for one hundred pence. In exactly the same way Oh priests. We may have the case of an individual who does some slight deed of wickedness which brings into hell or again a priest's we may have the case of another individual who does the same slight deed of wickedness and expiated in the present life though it may be in a way which appears to him not slight but grievous. Repetition of paragraphs three and four above. Just, as Oh priests, a butcher and killer of rams will smile at one man if he steal a Ram and will bind him and burn him and Rica's pleasure on him and another who steals Aram, he will not attack nor bind him nor burn him. His pleasure on him. Who is he? Oh, priests whom butcher and killer of Rams will smythe if he steal a ram and will bind him and Burnham and rick his pleasure on him. Whenever Oprah it's the robber is poor needy and indigent him. Oh priests a butcher and killer of rams will smythe if he steal a ram and will bind him and burn him and Rick His. Pleasure on him. Who is he? Oh, priests whom a butcher and killer of Rams will not smart if he steal a Ram nor bind him nor burn him nor Rica's pleasure on him. Whenever oh priests the robber is rich wealthy and affluent a king or Kings Minister Him Oh priests a butcher and killer rams will not smart if he steal a Ram nor bind him nor burn him nor Rica's pleasure on him on the contrary, he will stretch out his joined palms and make supplication saying Sir the of me, the ram or the price of the Ram. In exactly the same way Oh priests. We may have the case of an individual who does some slight deed of wickedness which brings him to hell or again oh priests we may have the case of another individual who does the same slight deed of wickedness and expiate sit in the present life though it may be in a way which appears to him not slight but grievous. Repetition of paragraphs three and four above. Oh priests it anyone were to say that a man must reap according to his deeds. In that case priests, there is no religious life nor is any opportunity afforded for the entire extinction of misery but if anyone says, oh, priests that the reward a man reits accords with his deeds. In that case Oh priests there is a religious life and opportunity is afforded for the entire extinction of misery..

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03:03 min | 1 year ago

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"We may have the case Oh priests of an individual who does some slight deed of wickedness which brings him to hell or again oh priests we may have the case of another individual who does the same slight did of wickedness and waits in the present life though it may be in a way which appears to him not slight but grievous. What kind of individual Oh priests is he who slight deed of wickedness brings him to hell whenever Oh priests an individual is not proficient in the management of his body is not proficient in the precepts is not proficient in concentration is not proficient in wisdom and is limited and bounded and abides in what is finite and evil such. An individual priests is he who slight deed of wickedness brings him to hell? What kind of individual priests is he? Who Does the same slight deed of wickedness and expiated in the present life though it may be a way which appears to him not slight but grievous whenever priests an individual is proficient in the management of his body is proficient in the precepts is proficient in concentration is proficient in wisdom and is not limited nor bounded and abides in the universal such an individual. Oh priests is he who does the same slight deed of wickedness and expiated in the present life though it may be in a way which appears to him not slight but grievous. It is as if oh, priests, a man were to put a lump of salt into a small cup of water what thank Ye oh, priests would now the small amount of water in this company made salt undrinkable by the lump of salt. Yes, Reverend Sir. And why? Because Reverend Sir there was but a small amount of water in the cup, and so it was made salt and undrinkable by lump of salt. It is as if oh, priests, a man were to throw a lump of salt into the river Ganges what thank Ye. Oh, priests would now the river Ganges be made salt and undrinkable by the lump of salt..

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03:37 min | 1 year ago

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"The object of this triplet is to show the avenues by which meritorious Karma et Cetera show themselves at the moment of the initiation of Karma. For Bodily Karma consists of an even score of thoughts namely of the eight meritorious thoughts which belong to the realm of sensual pleasure and of the twelve demerit to us ones these by exciting gestures show themselves through the avenue of the body. Local Karma is when these same thoughts by exciting speech show themselves through the Avenue of the voice. The thoughts however, which belong to the realm of form are not included as they do not form a dependence for subsequent consciousness, and the case is the same with the thoughts which belong to the realm of formless nece. Therefore, they also are to be excluded from the dependence of consciousness however, all depend on ignorance. Mental Karma however consists of all the twenty nine thoughts when they spring up in the mind without exciting either gesture or speech. Thus, when it is said that ignorance is the dependence of the Karma triplet consisting of meritorious Karma et Cetera. It is to be understood that the other triplet is also included. But it may be asked how can we tell that these Karma's are dependent on ignorance because they exist when ignorance exists? For when a person has not abandoned, the want of knowledge concerning misery et Cetera, which is called ignorance. Then by that want of knowledge concerning misery and concerning anterior Arti et Cetera he seizes on the misery of the round of rebirth with the idea that it is happiness and hence begins to perform the threefold Karma, which is it's 'cause by that one of knowledge concerning the. Origin of misery and by being under the impression that thus happiness is secured, he begins to perform Karma that ministers to desire though such Karma is really the cause of misery and by that want of knowledge concerning cessation and the path and under the impression that some particular form of existence will prove to be the cessation of misery although it really is not so or that sacrifices..

Karma Arti
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03:54 min | 1 year ago

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"The house fumes with stench in spilt the blood chorus how does the smell of household offerings Cassandra Tis rank as charnel sent from open graves chorus thou Kent's not mean the sentence Syrian. Nord Casandra Nee, let me pass within to cry aloud the monarchs fate and mine enough of life off friends. Bear to me witnessed insightful in depth that not is birds that shunned the Bush screen, my moaning idol terror this attest when for my deaths revenge, another dies a woman for a woman and a man. For a man ill wedded to his curse grant this boon the last before I die chorus brave to the last I mourn thy doom foreseen. Cassandra once more one utterance, but not of whale though for my death and then I speak no more Sun Thou whose beam my shall not see again to the I cry that those whom vengeance calls to slay their kindred slayers quit all the death of me, the slave defenseless prey. state of mortal men in time of wheel, a line, a shadow, and if ill fateful one wet sponge sweep wipes all our trace away in this iden-. Let's piteous Twain. Exit into the palace. Part. Four. Chorus to true it is our mortal state with bliss never satiate in none before the palace high in St Louis of prosperity cries to us with the Voice of fear away too ill to enter here, low this our Lord Hath Trodden Down by Grace of heaven old Priam's town in praised as God. He stands once more on August shore yet. Now if bloodshed long ago cries out that other blood shall flow his life blood his to pay again the stern requires the slain piece to that braggers vaunting vein who having heard the chieftains tale yet Bosa bliss untouched by. Bail. Allowed cry from within Voice of Agamemnon. Oh I am sped a deep a mortal blow chorus listen listen who is screaming as in mortal agony. Voice of Agamemnon Oh. Oh another another blow chorus the bloody act is over I have heard the Mon cry let us swiftly take some council less we to be doomed to die one of the chorus Tis Best I judge allowed for eight to call Ho- loyal archives to the palace. All another better I deem ourselves to bear the aid and drag the deed to light while drips the blade. Another such will is mine. Faced icee swiftly to act the time brooks no delay another I for his plane. This prelude of their song for tells it's close tyranny and wrong another behold we terry but they named delay they spurn and press with sleepless hand to slay another I. Know Not what tour well to council now, who will to act as his to council how another they doubt is mine for a man is slain I have no words to bring his life again, another one in for Life Sake bowels to obey these house to filers and their tyrants way. Another unmanly doom tour better far to die. Death is a gentler Lord than tyranny..

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

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"Please visit Liberal Vox Dot Org. Read by CLARICA. Introductory Note. Hippocrates the celebrated Greek physician was a contemporary of the historian Herodotus. He was born in the island of coast between four seventy and four sixty BC. And belong to the family that claimed descent from the mythical escolapias son of Apollo. There was already a long medical tradition in Greece before his day, and this is supposed to have inherited chiefly through his predecessor Herodotus and hand lurched his education by extensive travel. He has said though the evidence is unsatisfactory to have taken part in the efforts to check the great plague, which devastated Athens at the beginning of the Peloponnesian. War. He died Larussa between three, eighty, three, sixty, B, C. The works attributed to hippocrates are the earliest extant Greek medical writings, but very many of them are certainly not his. Some five or six however are generally granted to be genuine and among these is the famous. This interesting document shows that in his time physicians were already organized into a corporation or guild with regulations for the training of disciples and with an Esprit de Corps and professional ideal which with slight exceptions can hardly yet be regarded as out of date. One, saying occurring in the words of hippocrates has achieved universal currency though few who quoted today are aware that originally referred to the art of the physician. It is the first of his APHORISMS. Life is.

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