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|"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
|Nevertheless, Candide continues in the attempt to make reality conform to his |
myth. He meets another learned man ... Thus Martin says, “Let us work without
theorizing . . . 'tis the only way to make life endurable” (p. 114). Psychologically,
|“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.
|Tears are the silent language of grief. - 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 ...
|One of Gray's favorite quotes from Candide now surfaced in her thoughts: “Let us |
work without theorizing . . . 'tis the only way to make life endurable.” Together,
they hefted tubs off the dolly and distributed sun-warmed books onto the sorting ...
|446) 1938 Facts without theory is trivia. Theory without facts is bullshit. Source |
unknown Voltaire "Let us work without theorizing," said Martin; "tis the only way to
make life endurable." Candide XXX Weinberg, Steven This is often the way it is in
|As Voltaire said, “Let us work without theorizing, 'tis the only way to make life |
endurable.” Do you notice when you are ruminating? Often, when you find
yourself in a place where emotions govern thinking, you may find yourself
|MARK TWAIN ( 1 835-1 91 0), U.S. auihor. -As Concerns ... It must tear itself from |
all referents and take pride only in the future. Theory must operate ... ch. B 11905-
6). 16 Let us work without theorizing, 'tis the only way to make life endurable.
|"Let us work without theorizing,"8said 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