For of what good is a man who has under him none but the bad? Oxford University Press, A DOI, or digital object identifier, is a series of digits and letters that leads to the location of an online source. Rutgers University Press, Just as, for example, some chance may strike down the hand while it takes aim and turn the speeding missile aside, so it is possible that some circumstance may ward off injuries of any sort and intercept them in mid-course, with the result that they may have been done, yet not received.
This much I now say that those things which you call hardships, which you call adversities and accursed, are, in the first place, for the good of the persons themselves to whom they come; in the second place, that they are for the good of the whole human family, for which the gods have a greater concern than for single persons; again, I say that good men are willing that these things should happen and, if they are unwilling, that they deserve misfortune.
For Cato himself I bade you have no concern, for no wise man can receive either injury or insult. The doctrine which Captain Liddell Hart denounces as erroneous and mischievous, and which he calls Napoleonic, is attributed by him not to Napoleon but to "his great German expositor, Carl von Clausewitz.
The walls which guard the wise man are safe from both flame and assault, they provide no means of entrance, -are lofty, impregnable, godlike. The monograph concludes with recommendations for revising Joint and Service doctrine so that they will reflect a more accurate and coherent definition of a center of gravity.
All crimes, so far as guilt is concerned, are completed even before the accomplishment of the deed. Accessed 4 May He knows that the position of such a man is no more to be envied than that of the slave in a large household whose duty it is to keep under constraint the sick and the insane.
As soon as it breaks, the fractions begin to compete with each other. In actuality, the word peace appears in On War at least one hundred times.
Some, however, are very good indeed: He began to stress the idea that Clausewitz had, at the very end of his life, begun to develop a wiser attitude toward war.
But what madness it is at one time to be amused, at another to be affronted, by the same things, and to call something, if spoken by a friend, a slander; if spoken by a slave, a playful taunt!
Strange to relate, its lack of appreciation was an even more potent factor in the extension of unlimited warfare than his absolute concept. On the other hand, his penetrating analysis of the relationship of war and policy has never been excelled, and is even more important today than when first expounded.
The same is true in this great commonwealth of the world. British Way of Warfare, Again, that which injures must be more powerful than that which is injured; but wickedness is not stronger than righteousness; therefore it is impossible for the wise man to be injured. The independence and intensity of this position made it a formative experience for young Fuller.
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Over the last 30 years, the center of gravity concept has grown increasingly central to the U. As regards Clausewitz, my intention is not to outmode him, but—were there such a word—to in-mode him; to bring him into fashion [and] get people to read him instead of quoting him. It is in the conditions of human existence.
As he struggles and presses on towards those things that are lofty, well-ordered, undaunted, that flow on with even and harmonious current, that are untroubled, kindly, adapted to the public good, beneficial both to himself and to others, the wise man will covet nothing low, will never repine.
He had already published some works on mysticism. Macmillan,esp. Hutchinson and Company,Army Quarterly, 12 Let us make a distinction, Serenus, if you like, between injury and insult. The container may also be a website, which contains articles, postings, and other works.
For the same reason that in the army the bravest men are assigned to the hazardous tasks; it is the picked soldier that a general sends to surprise the enemy by a night attack, or to reconnoitre the road, or to dislodge a garrison. If their contributions are relevant to your research, or necessary to identify the source, include their names in your documentation.
Instead, what becomes clear is that the ethical dimension of Clausewitz best explains where and how the revolutionaries linked up with his system, and more importantly where they broke away. Rutgers University Press,esp. For example, a television series might have aired on a broadcast network on one date, but released on Netflix on a different date.
The wise man does receive some wounds, but those that he recieves he binds up, arrests, and heals; these lesser things he does not even feel, nor does he employ against them his accustomed virtue of bearing hardship, but he either fails to notice them, or counts them worthy of a smile. Other contributors In addition to the author, there may be other contributors to the source who should be credited, such as editors, illustrators, translators, etc.
As the hardness of certain stones is impervious to steel, and adamant cannot be cut or hewed or ground, but in turn blunts whatever comes into contact with it; certain substances cannot be consumed by fire, but, though encompassed by flame, retain their hardness and their shape; as certain cliffs, projecting into the deep, break the force of the sea, and, though lashed for countless ages, show no traces of its wrath, just so the spirit of the wise man is impregnable and has gathered such a measure of strength as to be no less safe from injury than those things which I have mentioned.In Buddhism, the term anattā or anātman refers to the doctrine of "non-self", that there is no unchanging, permanent self, soul or essence in living beings.
It is one of the seven beneficial perceptions in Buddhism, and along with Dukkha (suffering) and Anicca (impermanence), it is one of three Right Understandings about the three marks of existence. Preface. This book is a short introduction to the basic principles of Buddhism: the Buddha, the Dhamma (his teachings), and Sangha (the community of his noble disciples), also known as the Triple Gem or the Triple Refuge.
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