discontentedness


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The human interest in origins, the desire to attain to the uncontingent ground from which all else derives, is thus the noetic root of the strange discontentedness characteristic of our race.
The Redskin is still at large in the culture; discontentedness with middle-class life will be with us for a long time.
From apathy and discontentedness, to the constant recruitment of great individuals, to a misalignment of people and business requirements, enterprises are dealing with many threats to their competitive position.