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I daresay I'm too tender-minded about it, in any case.
To be tender-minded Does not become a sword.
If you are too tender-minded for such emergency measures, you do belong in the profession.
Kristin, tender-minded and basically innocent, was unable to face the fact that he, Murat, must now depend upon such creatures.
She is about as tender-minded as a Medici.)
Without sea-power, no American empire, though we dont use the word empire because the tender-minded cant bear it.
These opposites are comparable to what William James called tough-minded empiricism and tender-minded rationalism.
I listened and pity took hold of me, who was ever tender-minded though a lover of justice and a hater of traitors.
Goldstein had a reputation as a tender-minded referee who stopped bouts at an early stage; admirers said he may have been suffering after-effects from a heart attack.
'Tender-minded' people who worry about the torture of non-humans are on balance temperamentally more rather than less inclined to act in an effort to minimise human suffering too.
“Hurtful,” I hear tender-minded clerics mutter, but I have seen genuinely honourable government ministers bear far more vicious criticism, much of it underserved, without complaint.
I was rough-minded, to use the phrase of William James, primary and intuitive and illogical; she was tender-minded, logical, refined and secondary.
In the 1950s and 1960s anarcho-pacifism began to gel, tough-minded anarchists adding to the mixture their critique of the state, and tender-minded pacifists their critique of violence.
In addition, philosophy professor Stephen T. Asma argues that "Zemeckis's more tender-minded film version suggests that the people who cast out Grendel are the real monsters."
It was something that in different ways they did to him, unconsciously, almost casually--perhaps finding him tender-minded and afraid, they killed the things in him that menaced their absolute sway.
Central to Eysenck's thesis was the claim that tender-minded ideologies were democratic and friendly to human freedoms, while tough-minded ideologies were aggressive and authoritarian, a claim that is open to political criticism.
Pease was strongly critical of the 1930s world of children's literature (in which he worked) which he stated was a "wholly and solely a woman's world-a completely feminine world" subject to "tender-minded feminine control."
The interpretation of tough-mindedness as a manifestation of "authoritarian" versus tender-minded "democratic" values was incompatible with the Frankfurt school's single-axis model, which conceptualized authoritarianism as being a fundamental manifestation of conservatism, and many researchers took issue with the idea of "left-wing authoritarianism."
Mr. Makine's new narrator is another precociously aware boy, a hot-blooded, all-seeing, tender-minded adolescent named Mitya who listens to the stories of a village woman named Olga and is thereby propelled to a rebellious yearning for something more than the place of prison camps and parched souls where he grows up.