When we read too fast or too slowly, we understand nothing. - Pensées

Nature has set us so well in the center, that if Read more
Knowledge of physical science will not console me Read more
Let man then contemplate the whole of nature in Read more
I might well have taken this discourse in an Read more
For after all what is man in nature? A nothing in Read more
You are ungraceful: "Excuse me, pray." Without Read more
as nature has graven her image and that of her Read more
I always feel uncomfortable under such Read more
Excessive qualities are prejudicial to us and not Read more
The same meaning changes with the words which Read more
it is impossible that our rational part should Read more
Certain authors, speaking of their works, say Read more
Man is to himself the most wonderful object in Read more
when we wish to demonstrate a general theorem Read more
One says that the sovereign good consists in Read more
Since we cannot be universal and know all that is Read more
Epictetus goes much further when he asks: Why do Read more
People of education are not called poets or Read more
It is natural for the mind to believe, and for Read more
No one passes in the world as skilled in verse Read more
Imagination.—It is that deceitful part in man, t Read more
whoever imagines a woman after this model Read more
Imagination.—This arrogant power, the enemy of r Read more
There is a certain standard of grace and beauty Read more