Ask AI3: What is humanity?
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Not defending England, or being an ace, or fighting for humanity.
Although New Orleans was not to learn of it for a spell, she also was a sadist, a nymphomaniac and unobtrusively mad -- the perpetrator of some of the worst crimes against humanity ever committed on American soil.
Whatever the psychological truth in the Oedipus myth, an Oedipus who is drawn to his fate by irresistible external forces can carry the symbol of humanity and its archaic crime, and the incest that is unknowing renews the mystery of the eternal dream of childhood and absorbs us in the secret.
There are millions who accept this doctrine, but few indeed are those who accept it so truly that the fate of humanity lies as a weight on their souls night and day.
The Australian aborigine is the conventional exemplar of degraded humanity ; ;
The evident contradiction between the rosy picture of Russia's progress painted by the Communist party's program and the enormous dangers for all humanity posed by Premier Khrushchev's Berlin policy has already led to speculation abroad that the program may be severely altered.
And a minister of all men is most conscious that he is mere man -- prone to the stresses that earthly humanity is heir to.
The Republican party was not lacking in humanity, but it permitted its extremely partisan leadership to make it appear devoid of any consideration for people in trouble.
It is through them that we have become aware of the divine humanity in man, and therefore, that most people are noble, helpful and good.
Since appeals to morality, to humanity, and to sanity have had such small effect, perhaps our last recourse is the deterrent example.
The important people to humanity are not the Khrushchevs and the Castros but the Schweitzers and the Dooleys, and the others like them whose names we will never know.
Yet no detail was too small to receive attention from this master, and as a result the playing here has humor, delicacy, and radiant humanity.
`` Such as ' sending the cat to guard the mice ', or ' the falcon to protect the dove ', or most terribly sharp of all, ' the human being to save humanity ' ''.
Nevertheless I consider it reasonable, because of my commitment as an artist, to assume that the rights and responsibilities of creative individuals are related to humanity as a whole rather than to specific geo-political interests.
Artists and poets are the raw nerve-ends of humanity ; ;
'' Private Jenkins Lloyd Jones of the Wisconsin Light Artillery wrote in his diary: `` I strolled among the Alabamans on the right, found some of the greenest specimens of humanity I think in the universe, their ignorance being little less than the slave they despise with as imperfect a dialect.
he divided humanity into `` right guys '' and `` wrong guys '', and the wrong ones he was always willing to kill and trample under.
This cold reckoning of human worth in a legal paper, devoid of compassion or humanity, was all he needed.
It is a terrible, an inexorable, law that one cannot deny the humanity of another without diminishing one's own: in the face of one's victim, one sees oneself.
An unlimited use of economic pressures for diametrically opposite causes could devastate the pre-conditions of any fellow humanity as surely as this would be destroyed by the use of more obviously brutal means.
When we see the steady and methodical inculcation into humanity of the idea of man's worthlessness -- until redeemed -- the necessity of the Devil may become evident as a weapon, a weapon designed and used time and time again in every age to whip men into a surrender to a particular church or church-state ''.
Each man can identify himself with the history and the death of Jesus Christ because Jesus Christ has identified himself with human history and human death, coming as the head of a new humanity.
The first turn of the spiral is the primeval history of humanity in Adam.
From this earth, then, while it was still virgin God took dust and fashioned the man, the beginning of humanity ''.
Irenaeus does not regard Adam and Eve merely as private individuals, but as universal human beings, who were and are all of humanity.

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