For, unable or unwilling to comply with the political system imposed on it, it is self-condemned to utter powerlessness.
This self-condemned curiosity only increased his bad temper.
She was to follow her destiny, and be base, miserable, self-condemned.
It is, in reality, the most self-condemned of all conceivable contradictions.
I have never had time, he said in the tone of a self-condemned criminal, to ask where you are going, Miss Brown.
Hence it is self-condemned, and consequently metaphysics is not a science.
God, into whose hands he threw himself, self-condemned in his wretchedness, only knows the agony of that hour.
Which amounts to saying that humanism just because it is self-contained is self-condemned.
Despising, hating the world, they are self-condemned to the awful imprisonment.
A militarist Germany is a Germany self-condemned to isolation or world empire.