Notwithstanding the sight of all our miseries, which press upon us and take us by the throat, we have an instinct which we cannot repress, and which lifts us up. - Pensées

Who is unhappy at having only one mouth? And who Read more
There is internal war in man between reason and Read more
The greatness of man is great in that he knows Read more
This twofold nature of man is so evident that Read more
We have an incapacity of proof, insurmountable by Read more
S’il se vante, je l’abaisse ; s’il s’aba Read more
All the principles of skeptics, stoics, atheists Read more
I blame equally those who choose to praise man Read more
logicians. It seems that their license must be Read more
It is good to be tired and wearied by the vain Read more
we cannot define these things without Read more
All these examples of wretchedness prove his Read more
If we dreamt the same thing every night, it would Read more
Qu’est-ce donc que nous crie cette avidité et ce Read more
Scepticism.—Each thing here is partly true and p Read more
In faith there is enough light for those who want Read more
Contradiction is a bad sign of truth; several Read more
Qui sait si cette autre moitié de la vie où n Read more
The licentious tell men of orderly lives that Read more
What a chimera then is man! What a novelty! What Read more
When we are too young, we do not judge well; so Read more
religion must so be the object and center to Read more