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" The largest quantity of work will not be done by this curious engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that is to say, the will or spirit of the... "
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by John Ruskin - 2006 - 104 pages
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The Works of John Ruskin, Volume 17

John Ruskin - 1905
...engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that"...by its own proper fuel : namely, by the affections. 9. It may indeed happen, and does happen often, that if the master is a man of sense and energy, a...
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The Works of John Ruskin, Volume 17

John Ruskin - 1905
...engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that is...the will or spirit of the creature, is brought to aud 18, 1865 (below, pp. 518 seq.). He cited his own experience in support of his contentions in a...
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The Dickensian, Volume 1

Bertram Waldrom Matz - 1905
...man's labour is man's soul. "The largest quantity of work will not be done for pay or under pressure. It will be done only when the motive force, that is...say, the will or spirit of the creature, is brought up to its greatest strength by its own proper fuel, namely, by the affections." In short, the whole...
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The Dickensian, Volume 1

Bertram Waldrom Matz - 1905
...done only when the motive force, that is to say, the will or spirit of the creature, is brought up to its greatest strength by its own proper fuel, namely, by the affections." In short, the whole lesson of the Cheeryble Brothers is a splendid pleading for the abolition of merely...
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College Life, Its Conditions and Problems: A Selection of Essays for Use in ...

Maurice Garland Fulton - Education, Higher - 1914 - 524 pages
...engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that is...happen often, that if the master is a man of sense and energy, a large quantity of material work may be done under mechanical pressure, enforced by strong...
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Selections and Essays

John Ruskin - Literary Collections - 1918 - 423 pages
...engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be applied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that is...the creature, is brought to its greatest strength by itsJ own proper fuel : namely, by the affections. It may indeed happen, and does happen often, that...
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Catholic World, Volume 108

1919
...power is a soul;" and the largest quantity of work will be done " only when the motive force, that is, the will or spirit of the creature, is brought to...by its own proper fuel; namely, by the affections." "The universal law of the matter is," he claimed, " that, if the master, instead of endeavoring to...
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Century Types of English Literature Chronologically Arranged

George William McClelland - English Literature (selections: Extracts, Etc.) - 1925 - 1144 pages
...ultimately done, or of good ; rendered, by the person so cared for, will ^indeed be the greatest possible. mmands the beauteous files. He is thy gracious friend, And—O my soul, and energy, a large quantity of material work may be done under mechanical pressure, enforced by strong...
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Under Technology's Thumb

William Leiss - Social Science - 1990 - 169 pages
...kind of fuel which may be supplied by the cauldron. It will be done only when the motive force ... is brought to its greatest strength by its own proper fuel: namely by the affections.'9 Ruskin's distinction reinforces the metaphor of the master-servant relation as a way...
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Hard Times

Charles Dickens - Fiction - 1996 - 460 pages
...engine for pay, or under pressure, or by help of any kind of fuel which may be supplied by the chaldron. It will be done only when the motive force, that is...happen often, that if the master is a man of sense and energy, a large quantity of material work may be done under mechanical pressure, enforced by strong...
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