...after all he is only a man, that is to say capable of little and of much, of all and of nothing; he is neither angel nor brute, but man. - Pensées

Thus passes away all man's life. Men seek rest in Read more
When I commenced the study of man... I thought at Read more
Diversion.—When I have occasionally set myself t Read more
Man is obviously made to think. It is his whole Read more
The struggle alone pleases us, not the victory Read more
We are so presumptuous that we would wish to be Read more
How useless is painting, which attracts Read more
Vanity is so anchored in the heart of man that a Read more
Caesar was too old, it seems to me, to go off and Read more
Admiration spoils all from infancy. Ah! How well Read more