But we must deny the fact, that slaves are considered merely as property, and in no respect whatever as persons.
Let the case of the slaves be considered, as it is in truth, a peculiar one.
She did appreciate it--to such a degree that at the first moment, feeling how she had wronged you, she did not consider and could not consider everything.
"I have never refused to do all that is possible, but I want time to consider how much of what I promised is possible."
Then medicine does not consider the interest of medicine, but the interest of the body?
Nor does the art of horsemanship consider the interests of the art of horsemanship, but the interests of the horse; neither do any other arts care for themselves, for they have no needs; they care only for that which is the subject of their art?
Of Lycidas write a summary outline, indicating thought-divisions by line numbers; state the theme; and consider
But I had no intention on that account of attempting to master all the particular sciences commonly denominated mathematics: but observing that, however different their objects, they all agree in considering only the various relations or proportions subsisting among those objects, I thought it best for my purpose to consider
these proportions in the most general form possible, without referring them to any objects in particular, except such as would most facilitate the knowledge of them, and without by any means restricting them to these, that afterwards I might thus be the better able to apply them to every other class of objects to which they are legitimately applicable.
Gradgrind, completely recovered by this time, 'I would advise you (since you ask me) to consider
this question, as you have been accustomed to consider
every other question, simply as one of tangible Fact.
the waste in time and energy incidental to making ten thousand varieties of a thing for purposes of ostentation and snobbishness, where one variety would do for use!
And if he had been fortunate or adroit enough to conciliate the good-will of the people, he might induce them to consider
as a very odious and unjustifiable restraint upon themselves, a provision which was calculated to debar them of the right of giving a fresh proof of their attachment to a favorite.
As there are some minds whose affections, like Master Blifil's, are solely placed on one single person, whose interest and indulgence alone they consider
on every occasion; regarding the good and ill of all others as merely indifferent, any farther than as they contribute to the pleasure or advantage of that person: so there is a different temper of mind which borrows a degree of virtue even from self-love.
Therefore, he who considers
the actions and the genius of this man will see nothing, or little, which can be attributed to fortune, inasmuch as he attained pre-eminence, as is shown above, not by the favour of any one, but step by step in the military profession, which steps were gained with a thousand troubles and perils, and were afterwards boldly held by him with many hazardous dangers.
All he cared about was gaiety and women, and as according to his ideas there was nothing dishonorable in these tastes, and he was incapable of considering what the gratification of his tastes entailed for others, he honestly considered
himself irreproachable, sincerely despised rogues and bad people, and with a tranquil conscience carried his head high.
Thus arrayed, their hair besmeared with fish oil, and their bodies bedaubed with red clay, they considered