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I am an anarchist in politics and an impressionist in art as well as a symbolist in literature. Not that I understand what these t ...
The spectacle [of American politics] resembles that of swarms of insects changing from worms to wings. They must get the wings or ...
If your little savage were left to himself and be allowed to retain all his ignorance, he would in time join the infant's reasonin ...
If there is one realm in which it is essential to be sublime, it is in wickedness. You spit on a petty thief, but you can't deny a ...
What a hell of an economic system! Some are replete with everything while others, whose stomachs are no less demanding, whose hung ...
Bad company is as instructive as licentiousness. One makes up for the loss of one's innocence with the loss of one's prejudices.
Truth exists. The sole purpose of this proposition is to assert the existence of truth against imbeciles and sceptics.
In America the cohesion was a matter of choice and will. But in Europe it was organic.
Men always do leave off really thinking, when the last bit of wild animal dies in them.
If you cut a thing up, of course it will smell. Hence, nothing raises such an infernal stink at last, as human psychology.
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