Different creatures have their own type of communication, which is unfamiliar to humanity.
We can only try to understand the universal world order of things by means of our own language and feelings.
Voltaire admired Pope and his writings and put Horace inferior to “An Essay on Man.” This is due to Voltaire that the first French translation of this work appeared under the title “Discours en vers sur l’homme” (1738).
Candide’s author considered it to be the most elevated didactic poem that has ever been written in any language.
God is superior to everything and everyone mentioned above.
The same situation is in the gradation of flair – instinct – thought – reflection – reason. The Great chain of things is perfect, and each organism is vital for its existence.At the bottom of the chain is earth and minerals followed by various plants and animals. Then go the subgroup of domestic animals are and after them – birds, fish, and insects.A human is above all of them, but inferior to angels.Philosophers of that time rejected the ideas of the Middle Ages and Renaissance by establishing their own points of view. The author synthesized the key ideas and thoughts of the eighteenth-century greatest minds.He did an enormous work and was highly praised and criticized as well.Doubt is our enemy, although being an indispensable part of our conscience.We always find something that we can question, and often think: “Something is wrong here …” Indeed, who we are to doubt His plans? Throughout the world, the hierarchy and subordination are everywhere.At the same time, others can only harm, destroy and kill.God created illnesses, floods, volcanos and venomous insects, but it is not our business to know what for. Section 6 tells that people always complain against the Heaven Providence.But being imperfect, we nevertheless are suitable for this ideal system.Section 3 describes another important issue – that the happiest is a person who is completely ignorant of his or her future.