Master Slave Relationship Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Master Slave Relationship Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Pope John Paul II: Original sin is not only the violation of a positive command ... but ... attempts Original sin is not only the violation of a positive command ... but ... attempts ... to abolish fatherhood, destroying its rays which permeate the created world, placing in doubt the truth about God who is Love and leaving man with only a sense of the master-slave relationship. — Pope John Paul II
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Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Tamara Faith Berger: According to Hegel, the slave fully acknowledges the self-consciousness of the master and she dissolves According to Hegel, the slave fully acknowledges the self-consciousness of the master and she dissolves herself or upholds herself as their relationship dictates and evolves to the struggle unto death. Although this struggle is a failure, according to Hegel, if someone actually dies. — Tamara Faith Berger
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Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Anne Desclos: A man in love ... is the master, so it seems, but only if his A man in love ... is the master, so it seems, but only if his lady friend permits it! The need to interchange the roles of slave and master for the sake of the relationship is never more clearly demonstrated than in the course of an affair. Never is the complicity between victim and executioner more essential. Even chained, down on her knees, begging for mercy, it is the woman, finally, who is in command ... the all powerful slave, dragging herself along the ground at her master's heels, is now really the god. The man is only her priest, living in fear and trembling of her displeasure. — Anne Desclos
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Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Helene Wecker: He'd never asked her whether she would prefer to have a master again, and now He'd never asked her whether she would prefer to have a master again, and now the thought of such a conversation made his throat tighten. In a sense it would be like asking someone whether they'd like to escape their present difficulties by killing themselves — Helene Wecker
Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Jeanette Winterson: I can't do it. I've been here before and it's not a room with a I can't do it. I've been here before and it's not a room with a view. The only power I have is the negative power of withdrawal. If I don't withdraw I have no power at all. A relationship where one person has no power or negative power, isn't a relationship, it's the bond between master and slave. — Jeanette Winterson
Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Renee Rose: You belong to me and I protect what's mine. Understand?" ~His Human Slave You belong to me and I protect what's mine. Understand?" ~His Human Slave — Renee Rose
Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Ayn Rand: In all proper relationships there is no sacrifice of anyone to anyone ... Men exchange In all proper relationships there is no sacrifice of anyone to anyone ... Men exchange their work by free, mutual consent to mutual advantage when their personal interests agree and they both desire the exchange. If they do not desire it, they are not forced to deal with each other. They seek further. This is the only possible form of relationship between equals. Anything else is a relation of slave to master, or victim to executioner. — Ayn Rand
Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Frederick Douglass: To make a contented slave, you must make a thoughtless one. It is necessary to To make a contented slave, you must make a thoughtless one. It is necessary to darken his moral and mental vision, and, as far as possible, to annihilate his power of reason. He must be able to detect no inconsistencies in slavery. The man that takes his earnings, must be able to convince him that he has a perfect right to do so. It must not depend upon mere force; the slave must know no Higher Law than his master's will. The whole relationship must not only demonstrate, to his mind, its necessity, but its absolute rightfulness. — Frederick Douglass
Master Slave Relationship Sayings By John Lamb Lash: Christian religion defines morality by a belief system based on a master-slave relationship, and rooted Christian religion defines morality by a belief system based on a master-slave relationship, and rooted in resentment of the raw beauty and power of the life force. — John Lamb Lash
Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Michelle Hughes: Those who don't understand the true meaning of a Master/slave relationship will never see that Those who don't understand the true meaning of a Master/slave relationship will never see that in submission a woman holds more power than the man she's given herself to. — Michelle Hughes
Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Kevin Carson: Under chattel slavery and feudalism, exploitation was concrete and personalized in the producer's relationship with Under chattel slavery and feudalism, exploitation was concrete and personalized in the producer's relationship with his master. The slave and peasant knew exactly who was screwing them. The modern worker, on the other hand, feels a pounding sensation, but has only a vague idea where it is coming from. — Kevin Carson
Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Robert Thier: Marriage is supposed to be a union between two equals who love and support each Marriage is supposed to be a union between two equals who love and support each other, not a master-slave relationship in which the man commands a docile woman. — Robert Thier
Master Slave Relationship Sayings By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: Artists have a double relationship towards nature: they are her master and her slave at Artists have a double relationship towards nature: they are her master and her slave at the same time. They are her slave in so far as they must work with means of this world so as to be understood; her master in so far as they subject these means to their higher goals and make them subservient to them. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe