"When you go to women," says Nietzsche, "take your whip with you." Sensible despots have never confined that precaution to women: they have taken their whips with them when they have dealt with men, and been slavishly
idealized by the men over whom they have flourished the whip much more than by women.
or who, sitting calmly under his own vine, is to pass a judgment on the doings of a poor, hunted dog, slavishly
rebellious, like John Nicholson on that particular Sunday?
It is a great pity that the ardent youth should not be permitted and even encouraged to say this to himself, instead of falling slavishly
before a great author and accepting him at all points as infallible.
This they will follow slavishly
whether in hotels, on promenades, at meetings, or when on a journey.
But looking at her carefully she came to the conclusion that the hospital nurse was only slavishly
acquiescent, and that the look of satisfaction was produced by no splendid conception of God within her.
But in the last resort he simply ceased to believe in himself, and doggedly, slavishly
sought arguments in all directions, fumbling for them, as though someone were forcing and drawing him to it.
Shinn is faithful to the original story but not slavishly
so, and it is fascinating to see how the events of Bronte's novel translate into a futuristic setting.
We could die as heroes on Flight 93, but NBC News would never mention that we are gay in a report that slavishly
gloated over every heterosexual mourner left on the ground.
"Welsh women are not very big on fashion, in that they don't slavishly
follow the trends.
The notion, most popular in the GCC region, is that Bush will hold over Israel "the stick of big oil, Texas, the CIA and Desert Storm" - in contrast with the notion that Clinton's Democrat administration was "slavishly
Michelangelo's David is "a nude youth with a saucy demeanour" (160) and Petrarch and the early humanists were "slavishly
uncritical" (148); the enthusiasm of Italian painters and writers "naively uninformed" (156).
The Bose axes resemble those from elsewhere without slavishly
duplicating them, comments anthropologist F.