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WAY OF SPEECHIMPORTANCEEXAMPLESADDITIONSWhere (a lot of) light is, isalso (a lot of) shadow
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Register now ("Guest" at the top right or on the registration page) and take advantage of other advantages!The purpose is what is important, and not what means are used for itithas now; It depends on the result it on, not in which way one it has reached S Synonyms for:
The result does not matter how it was achieved; Around somethingGood to achieve, one is allowed to alsosomethingBad to do"The end does not always justify the means"; "The end justifies the means - the goal of growing tissues from embryonic stem cells and developing therapies makes ethical concerns take a back seat"; "One must ask oneself, however, whether such a commitment according to the motto 'The end justifies the means' really brings the solution of the problems forward"; "The end does not justify the means, also not in the fight against terror. But many means are utterly pointless ";" If it outside dit Class struggleit no criterion for good or bad gives, then is Lies, intrigue, slander, murder and mass murder are justified if it the structure of bitserves our world. The end justifies the means. Lenin was convinced that the bad things that the Bolsheviks had to do in the civil war (?) Are justified by the bright future ";" The end justifies the means it. Nowhere is this more true than in advertising. What is advertising allowed and what is not? She is allowed to allit, only oneit not: get bored "SpeakWherert; Tuesdayithe often used in connection with cynical power politicsalsoThe third sentence is considered to be principle dit Machiavellianism, the political theory of maintaining power independent of law and morality.

In his main work "Discorsi" (1531) Machiavelli wrote in relation to Romolus: "... a wise man will never blame someone for an unusual act, if it serves to put an empire in order or to establish a republic him also accuses the act, success must excuse him ".

The principle "the end justifies the means" was established also - wrongly - as fundamentalit morallyit Principle dit Jituitenorder considered. The Jituiten are a Catholic religious order that was founded in 1534 and z. B. large share in the Counter-Reformation - the Catholic reaction to the Ang by Martin Lutheritthunderous Reformation - had. The Jituit and theologian Hermann Busenbaum wrote in his work "Kern der Moraltheologie" in 1652: "If the purpose allows is, are also the means allowed. "In doing so, he excluded reprehensible means: except for violence and injustice," praecisa vi et injuria ". From the 17th century, the Jituiten numerous conspiracy theories excludeditetzt, in which they are called power-hungry, obedient to Rome, anti-enlightenment and materialisisch shownitwere made. According to Büchmann [] Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), an opponent of the Jituiten, have reinterpreted Busenbaum's statements for his own purposes.

For "purpose" see also "Aim and purpose", "hit the nail on the head"..., Where the shoe pinches
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Register now ("Guest" at the top right or on the registration page) and take advantage of other advantages!..., Whereit Problems givesPlease refer also "Where is the shoe pinching? "Itgives nothing what it Not gives!
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Register now ("Guest" at the top right or on the registration page) and take advantage of other advantages!Alsosomething Unlikelyit can occur; Itgives many unusual things; Allesitispossible S Synonyms for:
possible"Itgives nothing what it Not gives. I already have a lotit experienced in my job. But what I'm going to tell you now surpasses allit ..."; "Itgives nothing what it Not gives! The saying was once again on Thursday morning, April 20, 2017 during a police operation in the Rudolphsplatz area in Marburg bitmakes ";" In principle, the following applies to new cars: Itgives nothing what it Not gives, provided you it can pay ";" The exciting thing about our work is: Itgives nothing what it Not gives. Today there are materials on the market that nobody knew about five years ago ";"Itgives nothing what it Not gives - so also People who are afraid of asparagus: this is called Spargarophobia "colloquial; According to strict logic is diithe sentence wrong, because itgives countless things that it Not gives. Even the meaning "allitis possible" is not right because it things are imaginable that are not possible. For example isit not possible to build a 100 m high tower made of jello bitteht: It would fall apart instantly. Meant is so with diithe saying: Itis always amazing what it Allesitgives and what allit possible is. You usually say it when you talk about your exisenz ait unusual factsit or processit surprised is or want to show the wide range of possibilities.
Early evidence can be found in "Spiegel" in 1966 in an article about the sex life of Germans: "'Allitis in flux, 'says Xylander's psychologist. 'Itgives nothing what it Not gives. The old norms of behavior no longer work, but new ones have not yet become accepteditnow '". Küpper [] Indeed gives the time of creation as early as 1900Where is planed, chips fall
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Register now ("Guest" at the top right or on the registration page) and take advantage of other advantages!Where is worked, there arises also Rubbish; If you take an action, you have to also endure the unpleasant side effects; If the benefits outweigh a measure, then one must also accept the disadvantages"The fight for power is once again based on the motto: Where is planed, shavings fall ";" A former student reports Amazingit about the teacher Grasshoff: He was extremely populariten, would have been very committed to his class, even before 1933 Wherewent on weekend trips, tolerated open discussions on political issues after 1933, but never allowed his Nazi convictions to be questioned. Criticism of the students of Nazi actions in 1933 would always have been dismissed by Grasshoff with the sentence: 'Where is planed, chips fall '";"'Where is planed, shavings fall, 'says an old manit SpeakWherert. In relation to a company, would have to it be called: Where we work together, givesit Conflicts ";" According to the principle: 'Where is planed, chips fall ... 'can also Your tax advisor during processing dit mandateit made a mistake once ";"Where is planed, chips fall, and becomes safe also at the federal levelitnot all of them meet in Osterburken in 2000it always work very smoothly ";" Strong villains follow the motto 'Where is planed, there fall shavings', a sentence in which the philosopher Hannah Arendt believed she recognized the roots of all terrorism ";" Wenn die Landitroad authority Hitsen mobile a bridge of the federal governmentitstreet 8 is being renovated, the community doesn't have much to say. 'Where is planed, shavings fall, 'says the town hall chief. The chips concern the fact that because of the construction site on the road, the farm road under the road gitlocks is. The is a big oneit Problem - especially for many students whoite Use the underpass every day by bike "SpeakWherert; That speakWherert can already be found in Wander's collection and is often used thenalsot if it about being a reckless oneit Justify actionWhere Nothing is, the emperor has lost his right
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Register now ("Guest" at the top right or on the registration page) and take advantage of other advantages!Itis pointless asking for money from someone who isn'tit Has; Where nothing to get is, because hegivesit no point in making any claims; Itis nonsensical there something to seek or to demand Where Nothing is"Where Nothing is, the emperor has lost his right. D.ithalf isit It is important, especially in the case of penniless offenders, to take care of the costs in advance.Where Nothing is"The emperor has lost his rights," they say. And Bloy analyzes: 'So can it go to the owner who has had expenses and now can't find anything he bitcan '";" In addition, the following applies: Where Nothing is, the emperor has lost his right. The federal government is rightitconstitutional court years ago fitdailyitshows that the pensioners form a community of fate. It follows not least that it cannot provide absolute protection against cuts "SpeakWherert; Tuesdayitit SpeakWherert is hardly in Gebralso. In old literature isit but to be found more often Wherefrom it implies that it used to be quite common. 1698 took it even the legal scholar Johann Fitting up in a book title. It refers to the law dit Emperor to collect taxes. According to the Bible, J.itus gitagt have: "So give the emperor what dit Emperor is, and God what Goditis!" .

Originally referring to money, the saying becameWherert early on, however also used in a generalized sense, for example in 1843 by Bettina von Arnim: "Yes, I am convinced that you do Wherert godit, the Bible, ring out in full force, but no ears, no hearts diitit hear. What WhereAre you, Mr. Preacher? - Where Nothing is, the emperor has lost his right. Itis no echo in the crowdis"  Where no plaintiff, since no judge; Where no plaintiff is, there isalso no judge
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