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There will be a new church founded on moral science, at first cold and naked, a babe in a manger again, the algebra and mathematic ...
And there were present
the Picninnies,
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"Well, well," he said to himself, "you are not in Belgium; let us begin our apprenticeship in earnest, and so long as we are in th ...
Man's main task in life is to give birth to himself, to become what he potentially is. The most important product of his effort is ...
John Robie: And jewelry--you never wear any.
Frances Stevens: I don't like cold things touching my skin.
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I suppose I now have the reputation of being an inscrutable dipsomaniac. One woman here originated the rumour that I am extremely ...
Man is exceedingly well defended against himself, against being scouted out and besieged by himself, and he is usually able to mak ...
The vain man does not wish so much to be prominent as to feel himself prominent; he therefore disdains none of the expedients for ...
Man is more sensitive to the contempt that others feel towards him than to the contempt that he feels towards himself.
One sticks to an opinion because he prides himself on having come to it on his own, and another because he has taken great pains t ...
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