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Crowd-behavior is pseudo-social—if social organizations be regarded as a means to the achievement of realizable goods.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
It is brought about by countless concrete adaptations, by thinking always toward realizable ends.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
They assume that the independence of the individual is more real or more realizable than it can be in any society.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF NATIONSG.E. PARTRIDGE
One is the region of ultimate aims—the constituent elements of the highest realizable ideal of human life.
LITTLE JOURNEYS TO THE HOMES OF THE GREAT, VOL. 13ELBERT HUBBARD
And even though Strauss himself could scarcely be mistaken for the god, nevertheless he made Nietzsche's dream appear realizable.
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
Two of the proximate principles being realizable by human care, the possibility of realizing or forming all is established.
VESTIGES OF THE NATURAL HISTORY OF CREATIONROBERT CHAMBERS
For our religion exalts the antique ideal, showing it to be realizable only in the absolute.
THE NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY: THE EUROPEAN WAR, FEBRUARY, 1915VARIOUS
Little by little our boys and girls will feel the enticement of ideals at once higher and more realizable.
THE SIMPLE LIFECHARLES WAGNER
It is an illusion, a Utopia, never realized and never realizable.
ANARCHYERRICO MALATESTA
What was the magic that had made her lightest wish realizable?
MONEY MAGICHAMLIN GARLAND

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