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" Both looked at war. as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself, and frankly called those who fell, fools for their pains. "
Educational Review - Página 69
1924
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Legislative Documents, Volumen3

Iowa. General Assembly - 1880
...sought for and practiced. FRENCH AND GERMAN. In the present course each of these languages is regarded as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself. Each is therefore pursued as an art rather than a science, and consequently the natural or empirical method...
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The Unknown Masterpiece: (Le Chef-dóevure Inconnu) and Other Stories

Honoré de Balzac - 1896 - 361 páginas
...will lull the consciousness of their hardships to sleep by hopes of future fame. Both looked at war as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself, and frankly called those who fell, fools for their pains. Chance had made soldiers of both, when they...
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The Photogram, Volumen3

1896
...instance of practising what we preach, for we have always urged that photography should be pursued as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself. Of course the pictures are a main feature of the book, and without saying anything as to their photographic...
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Unforeseen Tendencies of Democracy

Edwin Lawrence Godkin - 1898 - 265 páginas
...attention of the pri, • vate citizen, is greater than ever. Government was never so much considered as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself, as it is to-day, — a mode of looking at it which goes far to explain the success of " the man on...
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Eugénie Grandet. The country parson, and other stories

Honoré de Balzac - 1899
...will lull the consciousness of their hardships to sleep by hopes of future fame. Both looked at war as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself, and frankly called those who fell, fools for their pains. Chance had made soldiers of both, when they...
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The magic skin, The quest of the absolute, and other stories

Honoré de Balzac - 1901
...will lull the consciousness of their hardships to sleep by hopes of future fame. Both looked at war as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself, and frankly called those who fell, fools for their pains. Chance had made soldiers of both, when they...
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The magic skin, The quest of the absolute, and other stories

Honoré de Balzac - 1901
...will lull the consciousness of their hardships to sleep by hopes of future fame. Both looked at war as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself, and frankly called those who fell, fools for their pains. Chance had made soldiers of both, when they...
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The quest of the absolute

Honoré de Balzac - 1901
...will lull the consciousness of their hardships to sleep by hopes of future fame. Both looked at war as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself, and frankly called those who fell, fools for their pains. Chance had made soldiers of both, when they...
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The Journal of Geography, Volumen6

1908
...than to the life side of geography, including economic geography. Physical geography is now taught as a means to an end, and not as an end in itself. Commercial geography can not be taught fully in elementary schools, but the essential elements need...
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The Journal of Medical Research, Volumen5;Volumen10

1903
...other would necessarily be technical and presumably tiresome to persons disposed to look upon a machine as a means to an end and not as an end in itself. Consequently no detailed description of it will be undertaken at present, further than to briefly describe...
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