We have an incapacity of proof, insurmountable by all dogmatism. We have an idea of truth, invincible to all skepticism. - Pensées

The greatness of man is great in that he knows Read more
logicians. It seems that their license must be Read more
we cannot endure being despised, or not being Read more
we cannot define these things without Read more
Who is unhappy at having only one mouth? And who Read more
Scepticism.—Each thing here is partly true and p Read more
Notwithstanding the sight of all our miseries Read more
Contradiction is a bad sign of truth; several Read more
There is internal war in man between reason and Read more
The licentious tell men of orderly lives that Read more
This internal war of reason against the passions Read more
When all is equally agitated, nothing appears to Read more
This twofold nature of man is so evident that Read more
We must relax our minds a little; but this opens Read more
Man must not think that he is on a level either Read more
It is true that there must be inequality among Read more
It is good to be tired and wearied by the vain Read more
Scepticism.—Excess, like defect of intellect, i Read more
All these examples of wretchedness prove his Read more
Discourses on humility are a source of pride in Read more