We Do Not Labor That We May Be Idle

From Nicomachean Ethics, c. 350 B.C. By Aristotle We do not labor that we may be idle; but, as Anarchis justly said, we are idle that we may labor with more effect; that is, we have recourse to sports and amusements as refreshing cordials after contentious exertions, that, having reposed in such diversions for a … Continue reading We Do Not Labor That We May Be Idle

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