"Man is a social being," wrote another worker, "the very nature and the circumstances necessary to the development of his natural capacities proclaim."
He felt it with an intensity far beyond the natural capacity of his primitive brain.
We Humans are something of a trial for you, but we call forth your natural capacities in ways that must be satisfying.
Man's seemingly natural capacities are a result of "the labor performed by man upon himself."
Together with that natural capacity, or as a consequence of it, women have a most fierce intensity.
Women do indeed have a tremendous natural capacity to love.
This faith is the only means to reach the knowledge of God which natural capacities cannot obtain.
Such approaches reveal a lack of respect for the young child's natural capacity to learn.
These to her were not biblical coins but natural capacities bestowed as a gift.
Rockefeller described Nixon as a man "of the old politics" who has "great natural capacity not to do the right thing, especially under pressure."