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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|-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
|Let us work without theorizing, said Martin, 'tis the only way to make life |
endurable. The whole small fraternity entered into this praiseworthy plan, and
each started to make use of his talents. The little farm yielded well. Cunegonde
|"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.
|We distribute over the desert large quantities of magnetized spinach (Spinacia |
oleraceal) which, as is well known, has a high ... Source unknown Voltaire "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.
|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.
|These sights redoubled their discussions; and when they were not arguing, the |
boredom was so excessive that one day the old woman dared to say to .... "Let us
work without theorizing," said Martin, "'tis the only way to make life endurable.
Steven Nadler - 2008 - 672 pages
|The Dervish rudely refuses any discussion: ``What has it to do with you? . . .Is it |
your business?'' The implication seems to be that Pangloss's specialty of
philosophical reasoning and understanding is entirely irrelevant. Candide ...
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 endurable.'' Finally,