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|Candide says to the learned Martin: Sir, no doubt you think that all is for the best |
in the physical world and in the moral, and that nothing could ... Thus Martin says,
Let us work without theorizing . . . 'tis the only way to make life endurable (p.
|Pangloss, who was as curious as he was argumentative, asked him what was the |
name of the mufti who had just been strangled. I do not ... Let us work without
theorizing, said Martin, 'tis the only way to make life endurable. The whole ...
|"Let us work without theorizing; 'tis the only way to make life endurable." The |
world of Candide is one of misery and injustice; the happy man, such as he is, is
one who quietly "cultivates his garden." Getting involved in the world only invites
|Problem solving or fully contacting the present moment rather than getting stuck |
in stories is often more helpful. As Voltaire said, Let us work without theorizing, '
tis the only way to make life endurable. Do you notice when you are ruminating?
|I have only twenty acres, replied the Turk. I cultivate them with my children; and |
work keeps at bay three great evils: boredom, vice and need. ... Let us work
without theorizing, said Martin; 'tis the only way to make life endurable.
|Voltaire Let us work without theorizing, 'Tis the only way to make life endurable. - |
Voltaire They use thought only to justify their injustices, and speech only to
disguise their thoughts. - Voltaire It is only through timidity that states are lost.
|The magneto-optical method We plant a large lenticular bed of catnip (Nepeta |
catarial) whose axis lies along the direction of the ... Source unknown Voltaire "
Let us work without theorizing," said Martin; "tis the only way to make life
|-As Concerns Interpreting the Deily' (1905; repf. in What Is Marti, ed. by Paul |
Baender, 1973). ... It must tear itself from all referents and take pride only in the
future. ... 16 Let us work without theorizing, 'tis the only way to make life
|A trip1ecolumn instrument in the Unilever laboratory in 1955. us years of |
operation, free from corrosion troubles, as we found out to our detriment later ...
Let us work without theorizing, said Martin, it is the only way to make life
|The implication seems to be that Pangloss's specialty of philosophical reasoning |
and understanding is entirely irrelevant. Candide immediately intervenes, not
with a question, but with just the factual comment ± overwhelmingly supported by
the story's ... Martin asserts the primacy of work as a corollary to his world-
weariness: ``Let us work without theorizing...That's the only way to make life