I would rather ask the question more generally, and only enquire whether the things which fulfil their ends fulfil them by their own proper excellence, and fall of fulfilling them by their own defect?
I might say the same of the ears; when deprived of their own proper excellence they cannot fulfil their end?
And can she or can she not fulfil her own ends when deprived of that excellence?
I heard Youth calling in the night: 'Gone is my former world-delight; For there is naught my feet may stay; The morn suffuses into day, It dare not stand a moment still But must the world with light fulfil
Little Jones went one day a shooting with the gamekeeper; when happening to spring a covey of partridges near the border of that manor over which Fortune, to fulfil
the wise purposes of Nature, had planted one of the game consumers, the birds flew into it, and were marked (as it is called) by the two sportsmen, in some furze bushes, about two or three hundred paces beyond Mr Allworthy's dominions.
If, then, Tragedy is superior to Epic poetry in all these respects, and, moreover, fulfils
its specific function better as an art for each art ought to produce, not any chance pleasure, but the pleasure proper to it, as already stated it plainly follows that Tragedy is the higher art, as attaining its end more perfectly.
PESHAWAR -- Peshawar High Court Bar Association (PHCBA) on Wednesday asked the Peshawar High Court to disqualify Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak as a member of assembly because he had failed to fulfil
a promise he had made to the lawyers.
BRUSSELS, Sept 25 (KUNA) -- European countries have utterly failed to fulfil
their commitments to relocate asylum-seekers from Greece and Italy, Amnesty International said in a report published Monday.