Athena became the goddess of crafts and skilled peacetime pursuits in general.
Second, Mill claims that these activities are intrinsically more valuable than the lower pursuits (II 7).
that different natures ought to have different pursuits, and that men's and women's natures are different.
SMR said the majority of outdoor pursuits enthusiasts do adequately equip themselves and carefully plan their days.
Men’s major pursuits included battle, fishing, and hunting caribou, moose, and other game.
The Chicago Tribune in 2016 reported that from 2010 to 2015, one in three police shootings started as foot pursuits.
“While some seek to reinforce negative stereotypes about Chinese involvement in Australia, I am committed to more positive pursuits.”
Such popularity indicates a growing mainstream appetite for discussion of things that would previously be considered “deviant” pursuits.
There are online workout classes, virtual degree programs, and even courses on creative pursuits like photography, cooking, or knitting.
Extreme sports, also known as action sports or alternative sports, sporting events or pursuits characterized by high speeds and high risk.
These measures will not improve the lives of anyone; and they may do harm by directing people away from activities and pursuits that would add value to their lives.
The Gold Rush promoted the California dream, but that dream successfully moved from gold to farming, filmmaking, technology and other pursuits, attracting millions of immigrants.
In particular, he worries that opponents will assume that utilitarianism favors sensual or voluptuary pursuits (e.g., push-pin) over higher or nobler pursuits (e.g., poetry).
The first of these elements – the conviction claim – may tell against state measures designed to promote some activities and pursuits over others on the grounds that they are especially valuable or worthy of advancement.
National Geographic Magazine, monthly magazine of geography, archaeology, anthropology, and exploration, providing the armchair traveler with literate and accurate accounts and unsurpassed photographs and maps to comprehend those pursuits.
Cavendish indeed speaks in a wide spectrum of texts of the ways in which the seventeenth-century world that surrounds her is not as accommodating to the pursuits and goals of women as it is to the pursuits and goals of men.
Broussard is no less dedicated to her less sweaty pursuits, said Jameece Pinckney, the immediate past president of the Northern Virginia alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., which supports and engages in a variety of community services.
Since then, some of my entrepreneurial pursuits have included creating (and eventually selling) a professional basketball blog as a teenager, consulting small businesses on marketing, and helping to lead a student organization that helps provide funding for student entrepreneurs.
And if so, my friend, I said, there is no special faculty of administration in a state which a woman has because she is a woman, or which a man has by virtue of his sex, but the gifts of nature are alike diffused in both; all the pursuits of men are the pursuits of women also, but in all of them a woman is inferior to a man.
Why we valiantly and pugnaciously insist upon the verbal truth, that different natures ought to have different pursuits, but we never considered at all what was the meaning of sameness or difference of nature, or why we distinguished them when we assigned different pursuits to different natures and the same to the same natures.
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Why we valiantly and pugnaciously insist upon the verbal truth that different natures ought to have different pursuits but we never considered at all what was the meaning of sameness or difference of nature or why we distinguished them when we assigned different pursuits to different natures and the same to the same natures