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Political considerations, being a few thoughts of a candid man at the present crisis
Marriott, James Sir
|Other titles||Political considerations at the present crisis|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 26451-26452|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
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For this was a crisis of momentous actions taken by a few individuals and went on largely discreetly /5(). God gives a government a nation in only two ways.
In most cases he himself makes it grow, so to speak, slowly and like a plant, through that combination of circumstances that we call fortuitous. But when he wants to establish the foundations of a political edifice in a hurry, he imparts his power to a few truly exceptional men.".
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Candide Summary. Candide grows up in the home of Baron Thunder-ten-tronckh in the German province of Westphalia. His tutor, Dr. Pangloss, teaches him that their world is the best of all possible worlds, and everything that transpires in this world is for the best.
Candide accepts Dr. Voltaire's thoughts on the military are evident in his depiction of the two Bulgar recruiters who trick Candide into joining the army. They are opportunists, preying on a naive young man who has neither a home nor a penny to his name. They recruit for numbers alone, not skills, as evidenced by the fact that their biggest worry is Candide's height.
You are NOT being candid if: You aren’t objective in your assessment of a situation. In order to be open and sincere, you first have to evaluate and consider multiple perspectives. Being “free from disguise or subterfuge” means you have to look beyond your own emotions and agenda.
Being candid isn’t about being self-serving. If political association was a commercial association for the purpose of gain, the share of the associated in the state would be in direct proportion to their investment, and the partisans of oligarchy would be in the right; but the object of political association is not only the existence of the associated, but their happiness, the well-being.
Candide is a French satire published in by Voltaire, who was a prominent philosopher of the novella tells the story of the titular character who lives a sheltered life in a.THOUGHTS ON GOVERNMENT. My dear Sir, —If I was equal to the task of forming a plan for the government of a colony, I should be flattered with your request, and very happy to comply with it; because, as the divine science of politics is the science of social happiness, and the blessings of society depend entirely on the constitutions of government, which are generally institutions that last Author: John Zumbrunnen.Candide is known for being absolutely hilarious—and not just by 17th-century standards.
Part of what makes it so funny is the deadpan, understated nature of Voltaire’s prose. Like any good comedian, Voltaire makes his jokes and moves on.