It takes the liberality
of a conservative to rescue him from oblivion and discover his essentially traditional cultural temperament.
Love demands generosity and liberality
, even toward enemies.
Kyrgyzstan plays an especial role and is distinguished with its openness, liberality
and readiness for reforms among other Central Asian countries," said Dr.
Each organization needs to determine the limits of its liberality
Scholars generally believe that Dante intended it as the last poem of the Convivio, which he explains will treat "liberalitade" (VIII, 18), although "Doglia mi reca" actually deals with the opposite of liberality
Sins' and Virtues of Outsourcing Deadly Sin Outsourcing Holy Virtue Outsourcing Equivalent Equivalent Superbia (pride) Self-righteousness Humility Openness Avaritia (greed) Asymmetry Liberality
Reciprocation Luxuria (lust) Lavishness Chastity Conservation Invidia (envy) Imitation Kindness Innovation Gula (gluttony) Gamesmanship Temperance Restraint Ira (wrath) Impatience Patience Resolution Acedia (sloth) Apathy Diligence Consistency
The yobs, the consequence of liberality
, have ruined
And it is only the Athenians, who, fearless of consequences, confer their benefits not from calculations of expediency, but in the confidence of liberality
West's professions of liberality
are belied by vilifications of his opposition.
or generosity was treated in book four of the Ethics.
A nation, he argues, can move toward democracy and, at the same time, diminish liberality
generally and human rights particularly.
73) This in part explains the extraordinary liberality
of parole decisions between 1942 and 1945.