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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...e pictures of coronations, royal weddings, parlia- ments, conferences, and gatherings so popular in Victorian times, in which, instead of a face, each... ... in the past due to homogeneity, to an ease in public in the future due to intelligence and good breeding, and in Utopia that transition will be com- ... ...ualitative and quantitative questions, to temper good intentions with good intelligence, and righteousness with wisdom. One of the darkest evils of ou... ...eems to lack the intellectual power to make them. The science hangs like a gathering fog in a val- ley, a fog which begins nowhere and goes nowhere, a... ...anical sort for those who were incapable of doing the things that required intelligence. Nec- essarily this employment by the State would be a relief ... ...h, while it excepts her from the severer qualifications 179 H G Wells and disciplines, brings her regimen of life into a working harmony with his.” “...

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First and Last Things : A Confession of Faith and a Rule of Life

By: H. G. Wells

...at something to which all my other emotions and passions may contribute by gathering and con- tributing experience, and through which the synthesis of... ...sts are apt to measure minds by their speciality and underrate the average intelligence. The specialist is ap- palled by the real task before him, and... ...and economic system is based upon conditions that the grow- ing collective intelligence condemns as unjust and undesir- able, and that the constructiv... ...i are but figures of suggestion, figures to think over and use in planning disciplines, but by no means copies to follow. I have had to go over again,... ...f the base.” He goes on to tell of certain intellectual qualifications and disciplines. “Next to the intellectual qualification comes the physical, th... ...r is the economy and development of force, and under existing con- ditions disciplines would consume more force than they would engender. The Order, s... ...in things already written in this book. The belief in a collec- tive being gathering experience and developing will, to which every life is subordinat... ...simply felt but known. Just as Salva- tion as I conceive it demands a fine intelligence and mental activity, so love calls to brain and body alike and...

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Ann Veronica a Modern Love Story

By: H. G. Wells

...do.” “Why shouldn’t I go?” “It isn’t a suitable place; it isn’t a suitable gathering.” “But, daddy, what do you know of the place and the gath- ering?... ...rue, like the girls of the eighties and nineties, neverthe- less to a fine intelligence they have the flavor of tobacco. They have no amenities, they ... ...e just as 36 Ann Veronica one must have flowers—one could ask to a little gathering without the risk of a painful discord. Then the distant rela- tio... ...the collective effect of the Fadden Ball; she had never seen a fancy-dress gathering in her life. Mr. Manning came into her thoughts again, an unexpec... ... back with an un- compromising vigor that was his way of complimenting her intelligence. But this afternoon it discovered an unusual vein of irritabil... ..., beautiful, a little pa- thetic and altogether dignified; a life of great disciplines and suppressions and extensive reserves… But the Ramage affair ...

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God the Invisible King

By: H. G. Wells

...he considers the spiritual monstrosities es- tablished by that undignified gathering. He makes no at- tempt to be obscure or propitiatory in this conn... ...f India. Let us leave, therefore, these morbid elabo- rations of the human intelligence to drift to limbo, and come rather to the natural heresies tha... ...radox that the desire for seemliness, the instinct for restraints and fair disciplines, and the impulse to cherish sweet familiar things, that these t... ...e nursery-maid who wants to leave Fear to mind her charges and enforce her disciplines, while she goes off upon her own aims. But indeed, the teaching... ...tion of that “right” is for the dispassionate consider- ation of the human intelligence. 40 God The Invisible King All this is set down here as disti... ...n himself, composed of that but more than that, as a temple is more than a gathering of stones, or a regiment is more than an accumulation of men. The... ... therefore neither egoistic nor altruistic. It finds a sanction in the new intelligence, and an inspiration in the finer sentiments of our generation,... ...stly established themselves in a right-down acceptance of the articles and disciplines to which they have subscribed and of the creeds they profess an... ...thing derived deductively from the past to a conception of it as something gathering itself adventurously towards the future, involves a release from ...

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Democracy in America

By: Alexis de Tocqueville

...opened chances of success to talent; science became a means of government, intelligence led to social power, and the man of letters took a part in the... ...property is divided, power is held in common, the light 19 Tocqueville of intelligence spreads, and the capacities of all classes are equally cultiva... ...atrio- tism and without principles are the apostles of civilization and of intelligence. Has such been the fate of the centuries which have preceded o... ...f the great people to whom the future control of the continent belongs are gathering almost in secrecy together. When the Europeans first landed on th... ...f the great people to whom the future control of the continent belongs are gathering almost in secrecy together. When the Europeans first landed on th... ...of self-denial. By itself it cannot suffice to make a man virtuous, but it disciplines a number of citi- zens in habits of regularity, temperance, mod... ...which makes the Americans so methodical; it per- turbs their minds, but it disciplines their lives. The remark I here apply to America may indeed be a...

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The Portrait of a Lady

By: Henry James

...nexion of the subject with some mark made 8 The Portrait of a Lady on the intelligence, with some sincere experience. By which, at the same time, of ... ... recognising the charm of the problem. Challenge any such problem with any intelligence, and you immediately see how full it is of substance; the wond... ...consciousness of a “spell.” The occasional charming “tip” is an act of his intelligence over and beyond this, a golden apple, for the writer’s lap, st... ...nises, in the strik- ing of such an hour, in the presence there, among the gathering shades, of this personage, of whom a moment before she had never ... ...nd them they had heads as well, had kept her unacquainted with the supreme disciplines of her sex and age. She had had everything a girl could have: k... ...so fond of the spectacle of human life that she enjoyed even the aspect of gathering dusk in the London streets— the moving crowds, the hurrying cabs,... ... For the future, when he calls on me, my door shall be closed to him.” And gathering her mantle together Madame Merle prepared to depart. She was chec...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

.... . . and in the Federal Aviation Administration 82 3.4 . . . and in the Intelligence Community 86 CONTENTS v Final FM.1pp 7/17/04 5:25 PM Page... ...ffort across the Foreign-Domestic Divide 400 13.2 Unity of Effort in the Intelligence Community 407 13.3 Unity of Effort in Sharing Information ... ...3 crash site, Shanksville, Pennsylvania p. 413 Unity of effort in managing intelligence LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS AND TABLES ix Final FM.1pp 7/17/04 5:2... ...anaged to get out of the country under the pretext of attending an Islamic gathering in Pakistan in April 1991. 33 By 1994, the Saudi government would... ... and for which they received no credit. 13 The FBI’s domestic intelligence gathering dates from the 1930s.With W orld W ar II looming, President Frank... .../11 COMMISSION REPORT Final1-4.4pp 7/17/04 9:12 AM Page 86 information-gathering satellites that serve other government agencies. The Defense Inte... ...nce work. National intelli- gence is still organized around the collection disciplines of the home agencies, not the joint mission.The importance of i... ...hat cross-fertilization between the criminal justice and national security disciplines is vital to the success of both missions, all new agents should... ...n both areas. • Agents and analysts should then specialize in one of these disciplines and have the option to work such matters for their entire caree...

... Adaptation?and Nonadaptation? . . . in the Law Enforcement Community 73 3.3 . . . and in the Federal Aviation Administration 82 3.4 . . . and in the Intelligence Community 86...

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