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" We constantly think that there are circumstances in which a human being can be treated without affection, and there are no such circumstances. "
The Unrest of Women - Page 81
by Edward Sandford Martin - 1913 - 146 pages
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Girlhood and Character

Mary Eliza Moxcey - Child development - 1916 - 400 pages
..."losing her job" thereby. this social maelstrom is to "remember those wise words of Count Tolstoy : 'We constantly think that there are circumstances...without affection, and there are no such circumstances.' " Vocation: Present and Future. First, as to the work itself. The question is not, Could she have chosen...
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The Church in the Furnace: Essays by Seventeen Temporary Church of England ...

Frederick Brodie Macnutt - Church of England - 1919 - 454 pages
...industrial vocabulary ! We have to learn the profound truth of Tolstoi's saying, " We constantly think there are circumstances in which a human being can...without affection, and there are no such circumstances." And then, secondly, human beings as such have a " right to life "; which is impossible unless they...
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