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September 3-5, 2001
volume 12, no. 148

Have we lost our sense of guilt?
    "The great Greek historian, Lecky, said that the surest sign of utter degradation is when men speak of virtues as if they were vices, and of vices as if they were virtues. 'They altered,' he says, 'the customary meaning of words in reference to actions. Men looked on deeds of infamy and were not shocked. The sin of the world and its moral corruption infected the air. Men were naked and not ashamed, not because they were innocent, but because no sense of guilt assailed them."



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September 3-5, 2001
volume 12, no. 148
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