Too much and too little wine. Give him none, he cannot find truth; give him too much, the same. - Pensées

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Let man then contemplate the whole of nature in Read more
Knowledge of physical science will not console me Read more
as nature has graven her image and that of her Read more
One must know oneself. If this does not serve to Read more
Excessive qualities are prejudicial to us and not Read more
I might well have taken this discourse in an Read more
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You are ungraceful: "Excuse me, pray." Without Read more
it is impossible that our rational part should Read more
I always feel uncomfortable under such Read more
So if we are simply material, we can know nothing Read more
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Man is to himself the most wonderful object in Read more
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Imagination.—It is that deceitful part in man, t Read more
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Imagination.—This arrogant power, the enemy of r Read more
People of education are not called poets or Read more
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No one passes in the world as skilled in verse Read more
How much greater confidence has an advocate Read more