I detest its prejudices; I scorn its narrowness; I demand the right to think for myself.
Yet she was a woman of the people, a worker: otherwise—let me reciprocate your bluntness—I should have scorned her.
The young men will scorn me as one who has sold out: to the young women I, who have always been an enigma and a possibility, shall be merely somebody else’s property—and damaged goods at that: a secondhand man at best.
Bunyan’s perception that righteousness is filthy rags, his scorn for Mr Legality in the village of Morality, his defiance of the Church as the supplanter of religion, his insistence on courage as the virtue of virtues, his estimate of the career of the conventionally respectable and sensible Worldly Wiseman as no better at bottom than the life and death of Mr Badman: all this, expressed by Bunyan in the terms of a tinker’s theology, is what Nietzsche has expressed in terms of…
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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
That coach scorns students who don’t have natural ability.