Man—a in a sentence

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It follows that for us human beings nothing else can be quite so important as a clear, true, just, scientific concept of Man—a right understanding of what we as human beings really are.
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Your “state” and mine will be the Human State—a Cooperative Commonwealth of Man—a democracy in fact and not merely in name.
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It may happen that the science of Man—as the science of time-binding—will disclose to us the inner and final secrets—the final truth—of nature, valid in infinity.
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Tolstoi’s Vital Humanitarian Ideas=, giving the very essence of the fountain-spring and incentive of all the literary work ever written by this wonderful man—a peep, as it were, at the power-works of his thinking machine.
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Mr. Hardy told stories to the married ladies, at which they laughed very much in their pocket-handkerchiefs, and hit him on the knuckles with their fans, declaring him to be ‘a naughty man—a shocking creature’—and so forth; and Captain Helves gave slight descriptions of battles and duels, with a most bloodthirsty air, which made him the admiration of the women, and the envy of the men.
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Examples of Man—a

Example #1
For it requires no great wisdom, it needs only a little reflection, to see that, if we humans radically misconceive the nature of man—if we regard man as being something which he is not, whether it be something higher than man or lower—we thereby commit an error so fundamental and far reaching as to produce every manner of confusion and disaster in individual life, in community life and in the life of the race.
Example #2
The question we have, therefore, to consider first of all is fundamentally: What is Man?
Example #3
It will be a natural organic embodiment of the civilizing energies—the wealth-producing energies—characteristic of the human class of life.
Example #4
It is a scientific dream and science will make it a living reality.
Example #5
It is very difficult to give in such a book as this an adequate list of the literature which may help to orient the reader in a general way in the great advance science has made in the last few years.
Example #6
Now they are mostly wasted or only played with.