with posterity

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  • He must have known that his real monument would be his reputation with posterity. ...
  • Now and with posterity the blame will be laid upon us. ...
  • Such was the fate of a man, who, had he not been born in a free state, would have been celebrated with posterity. ...
  • There have been men who greatly influenced the life of their time, whose reputation has been much greater with posterity than it was with their contemporaries. ...
  • A thoroughly bestial nature gains thus much with posterity that its worst qualities must be passed by in silence. ...
  • And, on the whole, the last that was very great, or that is likely to be memorable with Posterity. ...
  • Neither when they are in the flower of their strength, nor afterwards with posterity, can they do for human life what is done by the researches of the learned. ...
  • With posterity, success is the proper proof of merit, when nothing necessary to its winning is denied to the players in the world's great games. ...
  • His fame with posterity is more likely to rest upon his orchestral pieces, which are extremely clever and interesting, than upon his operas. ...
  • Has the success which was not denied you achieved the link with posterity that your hand, if not fettered, would long since have forged? ...
  • It was the sad fate which made Hipparchus famous that got him also the credit with posterity of having been tyrant.
  • It remains with posterity to decide upon its merits. ...
  • Lord Chatham, even now, supersedes his son in fame, and will leave him at an immeasurable distance with posterity. ...
  • I propose writing controversies, to get a name with posterity. ...
  • The work upon which his reputation as a thinker will rest with posterity is his Treatise on the Nature of Government. ...
  • Yet music can be recorded, entrusted to an interpreter yet unborn, and lodge its appeal with posterity. ...
  • Yet, even before Churchill had performed those great actions which in some degree redeem his character with posterity, the load lay very lightly on him. ...
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