Put the world's greatest philosopher on a plank that is wider than need be; if there is a precipice below, although his reason may convince him that he is safe, his imagination will prevail. - Pensées

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Imagination cannot make fools wise, but it makes Read more
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Imagination.—It is that deceitful part in man, t Read more
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The imagination enlarges little objects so as to Read more
One says that the sovereign good consists in Read more
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Man is to himself the most wonderful object in Read more
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Memory, joy, are intuitions; and even Read more
Excessive qualities are prejudicial to us and not Read more
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The most important affair in life is the choice Read more
For after all what is man in nature? A nothing in Read more