4 edition of The school for arrogance found in the catalog.
The school for arrogance
by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakespeare-Gallery in New-York
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas Holcroft.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 10575.|
|Contributions||Destouches, Néricault, 1680-1754.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||84|
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A new book, The End of Arrogance: America in the Global Competition of Ideas, by School of Information professor Steven Weber was published this , who has a joint appointment in the School of Information and the department of political science, proposes a new approach to foreign policy in the 21st century, based on competing in the global marketplace of ideas. In short, we can treat God with the same arrogance and superciliousness with which we treat our neighbor: “What God calls sin, we call being well-educated.” If she was educated in our secular system, she will know nothing of philosophy, or, if she does, she will believe that there was no philosophy worth taking seriously before René Descartes.
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“The End of Arrogance makes a strong case for the end of the hegemony of American ideas in the foreign-policy sphere, examines what a more complex and diverse set of influences could create in terms of a future world order, and offers some important advice on how America can keep up in a more competitive world.”Cited by: This recently published eBook, Arrogant And Conceited People: An Essential Guide To Understanding Arrogance and Conceit And Learning How To Deal With Arrogant And Conceited People from author Nicolas Petrisi, is a narrative eBook that would give the readers a well thought explanation as to why certain individuals act in this deplorable manner while totally oblivious to /5(9).
On more than one occasion my essays for The Imaginative Conservative have been inspired by bumper stickers. Many moons ago, for instance, I wrote “The Wisdom and Wickedness of Women” in response to seeing a bumper sticker declaring that “Well Behaved Women Do Not Make History.” Recently, sitting in traffic, I saw this very same bumper sticker on the car in.
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It would be worth reading Arrogance alongside Bruce Duffy's The World as I Found It. Both writers brilliantly incorporate Otto Weininger into their narratives in order to define the kind of thinking that led to the demonization and violation of women and Jews in the /5.
"Arrogance" is a worthwhile novel, beautifully written, full of astute observations on art in general and Schiele in particular. The unusual kaleidoscopic narrative structure of the book led me to take my time with it. Because one is constantly shifting in time and point of view, it can feel that, as a "story," the book never gets off the ground/5(7).
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This new lesson from the Book of Daniel focuses on the attitude of arrogance versus an attitude of confidence in Christ.
The lesson was prepared with older students in mind. The lesson is a guide to provide ideas to teach Daniel : Kelly Henderson. Arrogance is a trait that we associate with overconfidence and a tendency to be brash.
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For Edith, this brought to an end those “great arrogant years in the life of a pretty girl” — a line from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Tender Is the Night,” borrowed here for the book’s title.