The vice and evil which is inherent in each is the destruction of each; and if this does not destroy them there is nothing else that will; for good certainly will not destroy them, nor again, that which is neither good nor evil.
If, then, we find any nature which having this inherent corruption cannot be dissolved or destroyed, we may be certain that of such a nature there is no destruction?
But if some one who would rather not admit the immortality of the soul boldly denies this, and says that the dying do really become more evil and unrighteous, then, if the speaker is right, I suppose that injustice, like disease, must be assumed to be fatal to the unjust, and that those who take this disorder die by the natural inherent power of destruction which evil has, and which kills them sooner or later, but in quite another way from that in which, at present, the wicked receive death at the hands of others as the penalty of their deeds?
True, I said; if the inherent natural vice or evil of the soul is unable to kill or destroy her, hardly will that which is appointed to be the destruction of some other body, destroy a soul or anything else except that of which it was appointed to be the destruction.
But the soul which cannot be destroyed by an evil, whether inherent or external, must exist for ever, and if existing for ever, must be immortal?
They do not recognize it as a power inherent
in heroes and rulers, but as the resultant of a multiplicity of variously directed forces.
For half a minute the ape-man stood noting distant landmarks that he judged might be in the vicinity of the fallen plane, for no sooner had he realized that these people were again in trouble than his inherent
sense of duty to his own kind impelled him once more to forego his plans and seek to aid them.
Whether the hint thrown out in the latter part of the speech had any effect, or whether the old chief acted from the hospitable feelings which, according to the captain, are really inherent
in the Nez Perce tribe, he certainly showed no disposition to relax his friendship on learning the destitute circumstances of his guests.
It must have been by an inherent
principle of honesty and charity towards each other.
So long as the inherent
forces or tendencies of any one thing are veiled from us we must expect mystery.
require that a partner be actively involved in making inherent
risk assessments at both the overall financial statement level and the assertion level for account balances and classes of transactions
D checks prevent deterioration of the aircraft equipment's inherent
safety and reliability levels and, if such deterioration occurs, restore the equipment to their inherent
risk and control risk for assertions about derivatives used in hedging activities, which may require an understanding of general risk management concepts and typical asset/liability management strategies.
Given the richness of scholarship on German art and its inherent
diversity, this elevation of Direr as the "great artist" towering in isolation over his peers is a bit dated, however great the master's actual contributions.
Cardinal Joseph Bernardin of Chicago noted that the "question of ordination is not related to justice because no one has an inherent
right to ordination" and joined Keeler in urging all Catholics "who may find this further affirmation of the church's authentic teaching difficult to accept to receive it lovingly, pray for understanding, and to see in it a call for them to live out fully their fundamental Christian vocation according to the gifts that they have been given.