Obama as unworthy.
Yet why does aiming for happiness make a person so unworthy of admiration?
“It’s not a film so much as a speculative operation unworthy of discussion,” he said.
“Slave, I before reasoned with you, but you have proved yourself unworthy of my condescension.
Admitting to myself I was feeling scared, lonely, unworthy of love and respect was just too hard.
There are, of course, a number of groups it has deemed unworthy of retaining British citizenship.
…a despairing Hitler declared that Germany had proved unworthy of him and committed suicide in his Berlin bunker.
Nor does he talk about why protesters are trying to tear down statues – namely that the statues honor people whose monstrous deeds make them unworthy of honor.
"One exudes wealth through luxurious trappings for the elite, built on the backs of minimum-wage laborers deemed unworthy to be seen or heard," Falkowitz continued.
For far too long Sobhraj was able to falsely characterise these victims as somehow deserving of their fate, as drug dealers or drug smugglers unworthy of compassion.
Purpose because nothing serves liberalism better than “a severe contest between intelligence, which presses forward, and an unworthy, timid ignorance obstructing our progress”.
The Economist has been published since September 1843 to take part “in a severe contest between intelligence, which presses forward, and an unworthy, timid ignorance obstructing our progress”.
The files also reveal that Mrs Thatcher tried to refuse the resignation of her chancellor Nigel Lawson in October 1989, calling it "an absurd proposition" and a "flimsy and unworthy proposal".
As Kingsley Amis put it: “The slightest and most banal coincidence or point of resemblance, or even just- perceptible absence of one, unworthy of a single grunt of interest, gets called ‘ironical’.”
When The Economist was founded 175 years ago our first editor, James Wilson, promised “a severe contest between intelligence, which presses forward, and an unworthy, timid ignorance obstructing our progress.”
As Lennon (1993), Brockliss (1997), and others have noted, Gassendi's overall influence in the French education system was not a match for the Cartesian alternatives, and his views were considered especially unworthy after his atomist views gained currency in England.
“With like reason may we blame those who misuse that love of inquiry and observation which nature has implanted in our souls, by expending it on objects unworthy of the attention either of their eyes or their ears, while they disregard such as are excellent in themselves.”
The trauma caused by a child’s foster family not understanding his or her background cannot be overstated: I have spoken to children who have, for example, been given diets and routines that are in conflict with their upbringing, leaving them deeply conflicted and in many cases, feeling unworthy of attention, care and love.
The snapshot comes as the shadow treasurer, Jim Chalmers, prepares to use an outing at the National Press Club to characterise the 6 October measures as uninspired, unimaginative and “unworthy of the moment and the challenge before us and unworthy of all those Australians who’ve carried us through this crisis”.
An e-desire is a motivational state that consists in a desire for what is correctly believed to be someone else’s significant harm for an unworthy goal or for what would correctly be believed to be someone else’s significant harm for an unworthy goal in the absence of self-deception (see Section 3.5.3 for more on self-deceptive evil).
- lacking in value or merit
Example: dispel a student whose conduct is deemed unworthy
- not deserving
- morally reprehensible
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An e-desire is a motivational state that consists in a desire for what is correctly believed to be someone elses significant harm for an unworthy goal or for what would correctly be believed to be someone elses significant harm for an unworthy goal in the absence of self-deception see Section 353 for more on self-deceptive evil