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“On occasion, I am also busy doing nothing, or rather practicing what the Fathers of the Church called otium sanctum — holy leisure.”
“The Villa was intended as a place for otium and entertainment.”
“For the purpose of commencing my new way of life, I selected for my residence the village of Kennaquhair, in the south of Scotland, celebrated for the ruins of its magnificent Monastery, intending there to lead my future life in the otium cum dignitate of half-pay and annuity.”
“Nihil est quod aeque melancholiam alat ac augeat, ac otium et abstinentia a corporis et animi exercitationibus.”
“His, praeter horam somni, nulla per otium transeat.”
“I know not, or how he might be affected, but this would be pernicious to another man; what intricate business might so really possess him, I cannot easily guess; but this is otiosum otium, it is far otherwise with these men, according to Seneca, Omnia nobis mala solitudo persuadet; this solitude undoeth us, pugnat cum vita sociali; 'tis”
“Nullus mihi per otium dies exit, partem noctis studiis dedico, non vero somno, sed oculos vigilia fatigatos cadentesque, in operam detineo.”
“Quibus opes et otium, hi barbaro fastu literas contemnunt.”
“Arcana tacere, otium recte collocare, injuriam posse ferre, difficillimum.”
“Cum triumphos, opes, honores adepti sunt, ad voluptatem et otium deinceps se convertunt: 'twas  Cato's note, they cannot contain.”
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Hopefully, I'll be using this site for more than one year. It will be fun then to look back and see what new words I found worthy of notice in any given year.
All words spotted in 2008...
Words I found when reading "Der Zauberberg" by Thomas Mann (in swedish).
from Ivan Illich's In the Vineyard of the Text - a commentary on the transition from a oral tradition to a text tradition of reading in the 12th century, and varied other discourses of Illich on a...
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