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Drudgery and deep thought

Gregory Crane, Robert F. Chavez, Anne Mahoney, Thomas L. Milbank, Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox, David A. Smith, Clifford E. Wulfman
2001 Communications of the ACM  
The style and culture of publication, however, differs from subject to subject, with substantial variation within the humanities as well as within the natural and social sciences.  ...  particularly from NSF and NEH, has allowed us to capitalize on a decade of work developing a digital library on Greco-Roman antiquity and systematically to explore the problems raised by other domains  ...  Digital library development in the humanities thus includes both drudgery and deep thought that differ from the drudgery and deep thought for which humanists have traditionally been trained.  ... 
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Page 79 of Catholic Educational Review Vol. 7, Issue [page]

1914 Catholic Educational Review  
Oh, how few parents, how few educators, realize the deep-lying importance of earnest thought and investiga- tion of the youthful possibilities at this critical stage!  ...  at the very best are negative DRUDGERY and unmoral.  ... 

Page 403 of Arthur's Home Magazine Vol. 49, Issue 7 [page]

1881 Arthur's Home Magazine  
I looked up through the trees into the deep blue heaven, and thought of| the Being of whom that sky was but an emana- tion, with its life-giving sun and its wilderness of unseen stars wheeling in infinite  ...  And of this other work of which we were speaking, the housework which you say seems so like drudgery in its monotony and ever-recurring round.  ... 

Page 68 of Temple Bar Vol. 112, Issue 442 [page]

1897 Temple Bar  
“Ah, if she'd lived maybe I should never have married Margery,” said the farmer, drinking his tea; “and you might have been teaching other people’s children all your life; drudgery, I call it, drudgery  ...  The colours had faded pathetically, but a strong red still held its own against Time’s “ effacing fingers,” and the stripling’s cheeks bore a deep hectic flush contrasting with a pale yellow face and the  ... 

Page 195 of The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Vol. 79, Issue 157 [page]

1892 The London Quarterly and Holborn Review  
Blessed be Drudgery betrays its American authorship at a few points, but it is a stimulating little book, which, as the Countess of Aberdeen says, “is destined to exercise its ministry of high thought  ...  He has done his work with considerable literary skill, and has prepared a narrative which will be read with deep interest by young people, and by busy men, who wish to have the chief facts in a condensed  ... 

Page 294 of Religious Education Vol. 6, Issue 3 [page]

1911 Religious Education  
294 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. tion may mean intellectual stagnation and mental torpor, or it may give opportunity for the quiet of deep thought and the brooding and self-development that produces the most sturdy  ...  Herbert’s fine phrase about ‘‘making drudgery divine’’ applies splendidly here.  ... 

Page 49 of Journal of Economic Entomology Vol. 13, Issue 1 [page]

1920 Journal of Economic Entomology  
February, *20] O’KANE: PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS 49 or organized religion or organized thought are dead morals and dead religion and dead thought. Yet some organization you must have.  ...  In the midst of this it is difficult to see how we may find opportunity for thoughtful and con- structive adjustment.  ... 

Burnout: Drudgery, Repetition, Creativity

John Y. Wu, Kuangming Wu
2016 Open Journal of Philosophy  
This essay is thus composed of three sections, drudgery, repetition, and creativity.  ...  Identical repetition composes drudgery that results in burnout. But besides identical, there can be repetition of daily routine, and also can be continuing creative novelty.  ...  Arts are beauty heartfelt in sensitive perception, concrete and deep, all too concrete too deep for words, except for poetry of deep sighs in music in painting, and in the hearts of the artists and of  ... 
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Page 87 of The Yale Literary Magazine Vol. 27, Issue 3 [page]

1861 The Yale Literary Magazine  
He dreams of high studies and deep discussions; of profound analysis and wide generali- zation.  ...  He must turn away from their enticement and seek the lowest and most mechanical duties. He thought to be a philosopher and is forced to be a factotum.  ... 

Page 174 of North British Review Vol. 16, Issue 31 [page]

1851 North British Review  
| | | | | | 174 Burns and his School. harmony and true concert of fellow-joys, fellow-sorrows, fellow- drudgery, fellow-authorship, mutual throughout, lovely in their joint-life, and in their deaths not  ...  Next year he is set in November to clean out a water-course knee-deep in water, and then to take marl from a pit, and then to drain standing water off a swamp during an intense December frost, and finds  ... 

Page 473 of MH: Mental Hygiene Vol. 5, Issue 3 [page]

1921 MH: Mental Hygiene  
If one looks for a comparable expenditure of money and thought directed toward supplying other sources of satisfaction to the ex-aleoholie, one is rather disappointed.  ...  He gets joy from it, although in every kind of work there are periods of hard drudgery.  ... 

Page 393 of Craftsman; An Illustrated Monthly Magazine in the Interest of Better Art, Better Work, and a Better and More Reasonable Way of Living Vol. 19, Issue 4 [page]

1911 Craftsman; An Illustrated Monthly Magazine in the Interest of Better Art, Better Work, and a Better and More Reasonable Way of Living  
‘The Host paused and the listener sat silent in deep thought. hen the Traveler said: f2 DMITTING that American farm life offers to a boy excel- A lent mental and bodily training, do you think that in itself  ...  time independent of it, because his thought and his capability are larger than the routine of his occu- ation.”  ... 

Page 779 of Friends' Intelligencer Vol. 37, Issue 49 [page]

1881 Friends' Intelligencer  
hard men- tal discipline, and of deep and solid thinking, and the very richness of the fruit bespeaks the depth and strength of the root.  ...  This drudgery, though lying at the foun- dation of success, is quiet, unobtrusive, and, for that reason, often overlooked.  ... 

Page 481 of The Month Vol. 109, Issue 515 [page]

1907 The Month  
It was at this time, too, that he contracted the habit of sitting up at night reading, often until four in the morning, deep in thought, and utterly oblivious of his surroundings.  ...  It was after some two or three years of this drudgery that he was introduced by his friend, Paul Bourget, to the editor of the Revue des Deux Mondes, and was invited to accept the post of literary critic  ... 

Page 125 of Manchester Quarterly, a Journal of Literature and Art Vol. 3, Issue 2 [page]

1884 Manchester Quarterly, a Journal of Literature and Art  
But the sonnet form was not one that suited Emerson’s genius, and he would probably have thought the curious quest of rhymes a dull mechanic drudgery for a son of the Muse.  ...  Though in Emerson the refinement of genius and culture conspired with the deep sincerity of his nature to make the trickeries and ostentations of American society unspeakably repulsive, and to cause some  ... 
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