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CerebralWisdom: The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools. - Herbert Spencer

Becca_Andres: "The great aim of education, is not knowledge but action." Herbert Spencer.

BalaHabila: The great aim of education is not knowledge but action. Herbert Spencer

manujjindalIAS: “The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.” -- Herbert Spencer The more important question I feel is, what kind of 'action'? Education is not a hallmark of integrity or intelligence... Most educated can be equally constructive or destructive to nation building

CerebralWisdom: Every man may claim the fullest liberty to exercise his faculties compatible with the possession of like liberties by every other man. - Herbert Spencer

IAMWILLNICHOLLS: “Amidst all the mysteries by which we are surrounded, nothing is more certain than that we are in the presence of an Infinite and Eternal Energy from which all things proceed.” -Herbert Spencer

im_marshall_: Nothing summaries the current "zeitgeist of democracy" everywhere better. An excerpt from Man versus the state by Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: How is it that Liberalism, getting more and more into power, has grown more and more coercive in its legislation? - Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools. - Herbert Spencer

TanCrystal1: The great aim of education is not knowledge, but action. - Herbert Spencer

mrtoughdev: Herbert Spencer said "Science is organized knowledge."

Aelfrith: "The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly, is to fill the world with fools." Herbert Spencer -

GurteenQuotes: Hero-worship is strongest where there is least regard for human freedom. Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: How is it that Liberalism, getting more and more into power, has grown more and more coercive in its legislation? - Herbert Spencer

FundiesPodcast: We dive back into The Anarchist Handbook for part one of our conversation on Herbert Spencer.

kiriuminc: To nuance, “survival of the fittest” was coined by Herbert Spencer, not Darwin.

SFLORG: Good night everyone. “Those who cavalierly reject the Theory of Evolution, as not adequately supported by facts, seem quite to forget that their own theory is supported by no facts at all.” Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: All socialism involves slavery. - Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: The liberty the citizen enjoys is to be measured not by the governmental machinery he lives under, whether representative or other, but by the paucity of restraints it imposes on him. - Herbert Spencer

tjungarayi: Perrottet's a firm follower of Herbert Spencer's social Darwinism. NSW teachers to strike over pay and 'crippling workloads' next week

dgoodwinhotline: As Herbert Morrison once said, and I think rightly, "public realm is what a Marks and Spencer does."

CerebralWisdom: All socialism involves slavery. - Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools. - Herbert Spencer

bge_bot: spirit of respectable but mediocre Englishmen ‑ I name Darwin, John Stuart Mill and Herbert Spencer ‑is starting to gain ascendancy in the midregion of European taste.

Nathan_4_You_: Read Herbert Spencer: The Right to Ignore the State, Social Statics

CerebralWisdom: The liberty the citizen enjoys is to be measured not by the governmental machinery he lives under, whether representative or other, but by the paucity of restraints it imposes on him. - Herbert Spencer

MartinCothran: "...[E]vil and immorality are disappearing, as [Herbert] Spencer assumed they would, mainly because our culture is changing its definition of human perfection."—Philip Rieff, The Triumph of the Therapeutic: Uses of Faith After Freud

161_BKLYN: Social Darwinism is inaccurate based on the wrong interpretation of Darwin’s treatise “the origin of species.” In an attempt to justify the false notion of only the strong survive, by Herbert Spencer. You can’t be “on point,” if the entire concept of social Darwinism is wrong.

philosophersmag: Opinion is ultimately determined by the feelings, and not by the intellect.--Herbert Spencer

Step37675736: The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools Herbert Spencer

sweatloaf666: Ever heard of HERBERT SPENCER

ScienceMorality: “Every man is free to do that which he wills, provided he infringes not the equal freedom of any other man.” - Herbert Spencer Such a view of morality is the foundation for a free society. The idea that one is immoral for not taking a vaccine is inconsistent with this reasoning

Philip_Huff: This made me curious, so I did a quick search. I think the first time "Herbert Spencer" is mentioned in a SCOTUS opinion is Cherokee Nation v. Journeycake (1894)—but it's only by way of a footnoted "Extract from the opinion of the Court of Claims."

yanadgr: "the great aim of education is not knowledge but action" - Herbert Spencer

BevKnoxFabulous: Dr. Bev Knox Learning Video Lesson: Social Darwinism of Herbert Spencer / William James.

JoinPakMcqs: Which one of the following writers attributed the growth of social products to division of labour? - A. Adam Smith B. Herbert Spencer C. Karl Marx D. All the above

ArpitMotghare: Those who have never entered upon scientific pursuits know not a tithe of the poetry by which they are surrounded. - Herbert Spencer EVIL EYES OFF MUNJALI

unspinthespina1: 40/ Webb was a fan of the teachings of Herbert Spencer (social Darwinism/survival of the fittest) She had an affair with a radical liberal politician named Joseph Chamberlin - father of Austen Chamberlain & Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain.

CerebralWisdom: Old forms of government finally grow so oppressive, that they must be thrown off even at the risk of reigns of terror. - Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools. - Herbert Spencer

deathsundefeatd: Volumes might be written upon the impiety of the pious -Herbert Spencer

practicalsanket: The great aim of education is not knowledge but action. - Herbert Spencer

JoinPakMcqs: Modern Liberalism has been expounded by: - A. Herbert Spencer B. John Dewey C. Bentham D. C.E.M. Joad

RachelBrookeMS: Knowledge isn't power Knowledge applied is power. Philosopher Herbert Spencer said that the great aim of education is not knowledge but action. Knowing something is only valuable if that knowledge is actually used for something.

mobiquotes: In the future I see open fields for more important researches. Psychology will be securely based on the foundation already laid by Mr. Herbert Spencer, that of the necessary acquirement of each mental power and capacity by graduation.

Adesam_olasile: The great aim of education is not knowledge but action. Herbert Spencer It is not just about getting the required knowledge of what you want but about implementation. You wouldn't know if what you have an idea on is a feasible work until you Implement. Take action today!!

CentrexTech: The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.” — Herbert Spencer

GoDucksnet: I have to mix in the occasional depth chart/PT question So geniuses, who's getting the most snaps at Tight End this fall?? Moliki Matavao So. Terrance Ferguson So. Spencer Webb Jr. Cam McCormick + Sr. Patrick Herbert + So.

JoinPakMcqs: Who of the following favoured the system of proportional representation? - A. Bentham B. J.S.Mill C.

JoinPakMcqs: "If there be any difference, women require it more than men, since being physically weaker they are more dependent on law and society for protection". The above statement, which makes out a case for grant of franchise to women, was made by: - A. Herbert Spencer B. Laski C....

danielrpopper: Justin Herbert: "I need football."

tpmquote: This survival of the fittest which I have here sought to express in mechanical terms, is that which Mr. Darwin has called "natural selection", or the preservation of favoured races in the struggle for life.--Herbert Spencer

WilliamATyler: SJWs are proving why Herbert Spencer was right

ForgottenBeauty: 1/7 Tristan was a Cornish knight wounded when he slayed an Irish knight. He was nursed back to health by the Irish princess Isolde.

ScienceMorality: well proportioned and harmonious nature — this is alike the aim of parent and teacher." - Herbert Spencer

BIPOCADOS: “The principal weakness of Indian Nationalism seems to be that it is not very Indian and not very national. It is all about Hebert Spencer and Heaven knows what. What is the good of the Indian national spirit if it cannot protect its people from Herbert Spencer?”

JoinPakMcqs: Who was the following said that liberty means power to do anything that does not injure another? - A. French Declaration of Rights of Man B. Liber C. Laski D. Herbert Spencer

JoinPakMcqs: Who said that liberty is means for the realisation of fullness of individual's life? - A. Herbert Spencer B. Benjamin C. Laski D. Bentham E. James Mill

JoinPakMcqs: Who of the following was the chief exponent of natural liberty? - A. Rousseau B. Laski C. MacIver D. Herbert Spencer

JoinPakMcqs: Who of the following thinkers asserted the principle that consent of the people' is the basis of state? - A. Adam Smith B. Herbert Spencer C. Bentham D. Locke

AntonJaegermm: Well… “Could it be, some of us in the discipline began to wonder, that Derrida was the Herbert Spencer of our era — a towering edifice in his time and a vacant epigone of Heidegger outside it?”

NatsukiNazbol: Herbert Spencer agrees

lovelettersnmix: "There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all arguments, and which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance—that principle is contempt prior to investigation." - Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: The liberty the citizen enjoys is to be measured not by the governmental machinery he lives under, whether representative or other, but by the paucity of restraints it imposes on him. - Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: Old forms of government finally grow so oppressive, that they must be thrown off even at the risk of reigns of terror. - Herbert Spencer

KantNot1: "When Herbert Spencer came to America, even he, whose version of social Darwinism perfectly suited American businessmen, recom- mended a “Gospel of Relaxation” instead of the “Gospel of Work and Wealth” embraced by the business elite." – Jay Martin, Education of John Dewey, p26.

BevKnoxFabulous: Dr. Bev Knox Learning Video Lesson: Social Darwinism of Herbert Spencer / William James.

walkswithhawk: "There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all argument and which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance. This principle is contempt prior to examination." Herbert Spencer

mrtoughdev: When a man's knowledge is not in order, the more of it he has the greater will be his confusion. - by Herbert Spencer

SWGaspar: The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools. – Herbert Spencer

NGruen1: Could it be, some of us in the discipline began to wonder, that Derrida was the Herbert Spencer of our era — a towering edifice in his time and a vacant epigone of Heidegger outside it? What Was Deconstruction?

LouvePlaise: Against who? "NO phenomenon can be presented by a corporate body, but what is a pre-existing capacity in its individual members for producing." — Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: Where's that furry convention? I've looking that datable brand, of chulo cabron. "And it is from our possession of a sentiment to which they appeal, that religious institutions have been called into existence." — Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: "It be argued that the want of uniformity in men’s moral codes, together with the weakness & partiality of their influence, prove the non-existence of a feeling designed for the right regulation of our dealings with each other,.." — Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: "If moral systems are adopted or condemned, because of their consistency or inconsistency, with what we know of men and things, then it is taken for granted that men and things will ever be as they are." — Herbert Spencer

JoinPakMcqs: The Economic Theory of Rights is associated with: ? - A. Marx B. Herbert Spencer C. Adam Smith D. Locke

JoinPakMcqs: Who of the followings is associated with the Historical theory of rights? - A. Edward Gibbons B. Herbert Spencer C. Edmund Burke D. Rousseau

JoinPakMcqs: Who said that from liberty is meant, "Every man is free to do what he wills, provided he infringes not the freedom of other man?" - A. Laski B. G.D.H. Cole C. Herbert Spencer D. Liber E. J.S.Mill

LouvePlaise: "Now that it is not fixed, might have been thought sufficiently obvious without any proving—so obvious indeed as to make proof look ridiculous." — Herbert Spencer

aubeva: June 10, 1933, Einstein, "On the Method of Theoretical Physics,” the Herbert Spencer lecture, delivered at Oxford.

LouvePlaise: "If existing humanity is the gauge by which truth must be determined, then must that gauge—existing humanity—be fixed.[...]But, unfortunately, those whose prejudices make them think otherwise are too numerous to be passed by." — Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: Their scepticism needs to be met by facts; &, wearisome though it may be [".]there is no alternative but to go into these. And first, let us pause a moment to consider the antecedent improbability of this alleged constancy in human nature.— Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: "It is a trite enough remark that change is the law of all things: true equally of a single object, and of the universe. Nature in its infinite complexity is ever growing to a new development." — Herbert Spencer

philosophersmag: Opinion is ultimately determined by the feelings, and not by the intellect.--Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: "Contrast the miser and the spendthrift. Accompanying his constant desire to heap up, the miser has a quite peculiar belief in the worth of money." — Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: "The most stringent economy he thinks virtuous; and anything like the most ordinary liberality vicious; whilst of extravagance he has an absolute horror. Whatever adds to his store seems to him good: whatever takes from it, bad." — Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: How is it that Liberalism, getting more and more into power, has grown more and more coercive in its legislation? - Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: "On the other hand, whilst the spendthrift is deficient in the instinct of acquisition, he also fails to realize the intrinsic worth of property;[...]Hence under the influence of other feelings, he regards saving habits as mean;.." — Herbert Spencer

ebrueast: The great aim of education is not knowledge but action. - Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: "The intellect, uninfluenced by desire, would show both miser & spendthrift that their habits were unwise; whereas the intellect, influenced by desire, makes each think the other a fool, but does not enable him to see his own foolishness." —Herbert Spencer

satoshimitsu4: In criticism of Great Man Theory: "...Before he can remake his society, his society must make him." — Herbert Spencer

LouvePlaise: "Now it is clear that these opposite perceptions of the propriety or impropriety of certain lines of conduct, do not originate with the intellect, but with the emotional faculties." — Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools. - Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: Every man is free to do that which he wills, provided he infringes not the equal freedom of any other man. - Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: All socialism involves slavery. - Herbert Spencer

CerebralWisdom: Strong as it looks at the outset, State-agency perpetually disappoints every one. Puny as are its first stages, private efforts daily achieve results that astound the world. - Herbert Spencer

KhnMdShoib1: The expression often used by Mr. Herbert Spencer of the Survival of the Fittest is more accurate, and is sometimes equally convenient.

mobiquotes: The expression often used by Mr. Herbert Spencer of the Survival of the Fittest is more accurate, and is sometimes equally convenient.

practicalsanket: The great aim of education is not knowledge but action. - Herbert Spencer

ancapquotes: "Hero-worship is strongest where there is least regard for human freedom." - Herbert Spencer



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