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|While Men Argue Nature Acts Your time it is a 'Áying Like birds up in the sky, |
What is it they are saying! Listen to us Áy. Your time is rolling in Like waves upon
the shore, What is it they are saying! Listen to us roar. Your time is creeping on
|Unknown, Source A sure way of getting the last word in an argument is to say you |
right. - Unknown, Source A long dispute means that both parties are wrong -
Voltaire Men argue, nature acts. - Voltaire Weakness on both sides is, the motto
|You are like a blind man who, feeling the heat of the sun and being informed that |
it is caused by the heat of the sun, thinks he has a clear and ... to lift this veil
stretched by nature over all the first principles of things. Men argue, nature acts.
|"Accuse not Nature, she hath done her part; Do thou but thine." John Milton, '|
Paradise Lost' (1608-1674), 1667 ... Robert Boyle (1627-1691), 1688 * * * "Men
argue, Nature acts." Voltaire (1694-1778) * * * "All nature is but art unknown to ...
|In nature, a thing is often full of character because of the slightness of |
accentuation or even of character itself that, ... DELACROIX Repetition is the only
form of permanence that nature can achieve. ... ANONYMOUS Men argue, nature
|The wise and moral man Shines like a fire on a hilltop, Making money like the |
bee, Who does not hurt the flower. —THE PALI ... —LAO TZU When Voltaire said,
“Men argue, nature acts,” he was giving an insight into the principle of wu-wei.
|I'm not in the habit of quoting dead French polemicists, but when Voltaire's line: “|
Men argue; nature acts,” went whizzing by my newsbyte scan this morning, I had
to chase it for a while. I'd no sooner begun my pursuit, when that sentiment ...
Michelle A. Gilders - 2000 - Preview
|There is no status quo in nature. “Men argue; Nature acts,” said Voltaire. Things |
change —that is nature's only constant. Storms move heat from the equator to the
poles, volcanoes create new land out of molten rock, fires revitalize as much as ...
|It was a quote by the French contrarian Voltaire, however, that really set me to |
thinking: “Men argue, nature acts.” This quote opened a one-day workshop on
carbon farming prior to the conference. The workshop was taught by Michael
|Men argue. Nature acts. — Voltaire Like the chapters in a book, or even |
individual pages within the chapter, the innumerable faces of Nature and
Wilderness appear as characters in an unreeling storybook. There are places
and events and ...