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|persons yet Scsevola is in the habit of relating that they used to gather shells and |
pebbles at Caieta and Laurentum, and to ... will you do nothing V adding, ' for he
does not seem to me to be a free man, who does not sometimes do nothing ;' of ...
|One disadvantage of having nothing to do is that you can't stop and rest. It is |
impossible to enjoy idling thoroughly unless one has plenty of work to do. —
Jerome K. Jerome He does not seem to me to be a free man who does not
sometimes do ...
Larry Chang - 2006 - 817 pages
|Heraclitus ~ If a man insisted always on being serious, and never allowed himself |
a bit of fun and relaxation, he would go mad or become ... 427-347 BCE ~ He
does not seem to me to be a free man who does not sometimes do nothing.
Anthony C. Yu - 2013 - 408 pages
|His view of the matter may well have led to the caricaturing statement later in |
Cicero, who once wrote: “He does not seem to me a free man who does not
sometimes do nothing,”3 a remark that may, in turn, conjure up visions of those
|adding, 'forhe does not seem tometo bea free man, who does not sometimes do |
nothing;' of which opinion, Catulus, Istill continue; and, when I come hither, the
mere privilegeofdoing nothing, and of being fairly idle, delights me. As to the ...
|But not to exist is not something, but nothing. ... Therefore, you should not will not |
to exist, and the frame of mind that keeps you from willing it is closer to the truth
than your ... whole issue, it seems to me that someone who kills himself or in
some way wants to die has the feeling that he will not exist ... And sometimes
feeling is closer to the truth than opinion is, as when the opinion is in error and
the feeling is from nature. For example, a sick man will often enjoy drinking cold
water, which ...
|Here belongs the saying of Cicero, On the Orator1, Bk. I [II. vi]: 'For he does not |
seem to me to be a free man, who does not sometimes do nothing.' (W.) In the
next place, free men have as an honour above slaves, the fact that they fill the
Philip Schaff - 2007 - 640 pages
|And yet one is quite aware that he can do nothing of all this without the Saviour's |
grace. ... Now he who has to fight is still in danger, and is sometimes shaken,
even if he is not overthrown ; whereas he who has no ... not he who, abstaining
from evil deeds, uses such language as "Now it is no longer I that do it, but the sin
that dwelleth in me. ... It is in defence of the grace of Christ that I lift up my voice,
without which grace no man is justified, — just as- if natural free will were
sufficient Nay ...
|The coloured Empire of Great Britain—India for example—has now come to 'be, |
not a source of strength, but a source of weakness ... She will have to take troops
from the European fields to keep her coloured people in France will be able to
bring her ... On coming out, an attempted short-cut back to my hotel landed me
within a hundred yards of a street in which the ... which can do nothing but reason
, and, worse still, which can not cease to reason and lapse into their natural
Paul Finkelman - 2012 - 648 pages
|He said, Ve«, ihey put salt in my ear, but it didn't do any good, for my hearing was |
gone and all knocked off. ... go down and see thnt he got his pay right :" at
another, said that " he couldn't do nothing withihein— ihey cheated him all the
time, and he couldn't live so. ... Depuy continues: "He did not know half the time ...
Robert Freeman discovered that he appeared downcast when he first came ool
of prison. ... It dont seem to me that he knows as much as he did before he went