This is indeed a most aggravating circumstance, which attends depriving men unjustly of their reputation; for a man who is conscious of having an ill character, cannot justly
be angry with those who neglect and slight him; but ought rather to despise such as affect his conversation, unless where a perfect intimacy must have convinced them that their friend's character hath been falsely and injuriously aspersed.
Yet once more, fair friend; according to you, virtue is 'the power of governing;' but do you not add 'justly and not unjustly'?
SOCRATES: Then, according to Meno, who is the hereditary friend of the great king, virtue is the power of getting silver and gold; and would you add that they must be gained piously, justly, or do you deem this to be of no consequence?
SOCRATES: Why, because I asked you to deliver virtue into my hands whole and unbroken, and I gave you a pattern according to which you were to frame your answer; and you have forgotten already, and tell me that virtue is the power of attaining good justly, or with justice; and justice you acknowledge to be a part of virtue.
Still our old question of the comparative advantage of justice and injustice has not been answered: Which is the more profitable, to be just and act justly
and practise virtue, whether seen or unseen of gods and men, or to be unjust and act unjustly, if only unpunished and unreformed?
That's the worst on't wi' crossing o' breeds: you can never justly
calkilate what'll come on't.
``for in this appeal to the judgment of God, we may not prohibit parties from having that communication with each other, which may best tend to bring forth the truth of the quarrel.'' In the meantime, the herald spoke to Rebecca in these terms: ``Damsel, the Honourable and Reverend the Grand Master demands of thee, if thou art prepared with a champion to do battle this day in thy behalf, or if thou dost yield thee as one justly condemned to a deserved doom?''
``that I maintain my innocence, and do not yield me as justly condemned, lest I become guilty of mine own blood.
He recalled the promises to the widow and the fatherless, and asked God to smooth the way before this widow and her children, and to `incline the hearts of men to deal justly
with her.' In closing, he said we were leaving Mr.
Even Scoresby, the justly
renowned Right whaleman, after giving us a stiff full length of the Greenland whale, and three or four delicate miniatures of narwhales and porpoises, treats us to a series of classical engravings of boat hooks, chopping knives, and grapnels; and with the microscopic diligence of a Leuwenhoeck submits to the inspection of a shivering world ninety-six fac-similes of magnified Arctic snow crystals.
Allah commandeth you that ye restore deposits to their owners, and, if ye judge between mankind, that ye judge justly
In letter to AGP, NHS secretary said a special audit of pricing mechanism would ascertain whether prices are determined justly
God's wrath is to be feared because we are justly
condemned sinners apart from Christ (Romans 5:1).
'It is critical that those who represent the people, whether at local government or in the Senate, must be elected honestly, justly
, and fairly through a process free from corrupt practices,' he further observed.
A nationally representative sample of men and women from across the four provinces was asked, 'In your view, are resources among the four provinces distributed justly
or not?' In response to this question, 34% said yes, resources are distributed justly
and 48% said no they are not distributed justly