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See also: open-hearted
- Alternative form of
2012, Immanuel Kant, Allen W. Wood, & Robert B. Louden, Lectures on Anthropology, ISBN 0521771617, page 78:
- Drinking must be sociable, and if it escalates to a certain degree of liveliness, then it promotes the arousal of the mind and makes it sociable. Moreover, in this way it also removes the propensity for dissimulation, and makes one openhearted.
1918, William Isaac Thomas & Florian Znaniecki, The Polish Peasant in Europe and America; Monograph of an Immigrant Group, Volume 2:
- Dear son, don't be openhearted [generous], for openhearted people have empty pockets.