The Ethical World-Conception of The Norse People by Andrew Peter Fors

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Finite individuals or to attain, Not only add a further observation. of acting personalities, but there is is this we have a standstill impossible in a world movement. also a possible retrograde Hence, while the predominent thought in the Norse system that the good will triumph over the evil, there is also, is the hope we have already as stated, a possible opposite result, not necessarily for the world-process as And such, but possibly for the individual, temporarily at least. could not conceive of the beyond but as in some way the Norse a justification of the There was no other way of resolving the conflict.

VII. i. p. 1 10. 11, 12. women on the bench, sleep. to kisses. woman we read wholesome admonitions: cit.. movement moral men and women the Norse documents complete further the picture of primitive vitaUty. of "A took place after the extinc- these NORSE ETHICAL WORLD-CONCEPTION And 47 again, vs. 32: This I counsel thee That thou guard thee And eschew against evil, deceit. Entice no maiden. Nor Nor wife of man, to wantonness incite. There was thus with the Norse people the same moral man woman, as for we read as restrictions for in Gulh.

Was reasoned, they must also have an Being born of a mixture of divine and gigantic elements, they were end. "Lacking imperfect, and hence, like men, doomed to meet their end. "'* of the drama, every step leading gradually when, with true poetic justice, punishment and reward were impartially meted out. "The death of Baldur, the best and wisest of the i^sir, one of the disasters brought about by Loki, is to the climax or tragic end, the great turning-point of the drama, for it proves the mortal nature of becomes the central thought in this drama of the gods and of the world, and the punishment of Loki and the twilight the gods.

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