'You are right,' said Pangloss, 'for when man was placed in the Garden of Eden, he was placed there ut operaretur eum, to dress it and keep it which proves that man was not born for idleness.'
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Everything is for the best in this best of possible worlds.
Liberty, then, about which so many volumes have been written is, when accurately defined, only the power of acting.
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