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To a historian libraries are food, shelter, and even muse. They are of two kinds: the library of published material, books, pamphl ...
Stones are mute teachers; they silence the observer, and the most valuable lesson we learn from them we cannot communicate.
Several classical sayings that one likes to repeat had quite a different meaning from the ones later times attributed to them.
If we could do away with death, we wouldn't object; to do away with capital punishment will be more difficult. Were that to happen ...
What is part of you, you cannot get rid of, even if you were to throw it away.
Thinking is more interesting than knowledge but not than looking.
Normally, the sciences distance themselves from life and the return to it via a detour.
What right those who govern have to govern they don't question, they just govern. Whether the people have a right to depose them t ...
If society gives up the right to impose the death penalty, then self help will appear again and personal vendettas will be around ...
It would not be worth your while to reach the age of seventy if all the wisdom of the world were to be foolishness before God.
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