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After life's fitful fever he sleeps well.
Treason has done his worst. Nor steel nor poison,
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The decision of the Supreme Court in the income taxes cases deprived the National Government of a power which, by reasons of previ ...
The only successful revolution of this century is totalitarianism.
The Hacker Ethic: Access to computers--and anything which might teach you something about the way the world works--should be unlim ...
The vain man does not wish so much to be prominent as to feel himself prominent; he therefore disdains none of the expedients for ...
Whoever aims publicly at great things and at length perceives secretly that he is too weak to achieve them, has usually also insuf ...
In a seriously intended intellectual emancipation a person's mute passions and cravings also hope to find their advantage.
Unexplained, obscure matters are regarded as more important than explained, clear ones.
A vocation makes us unthinking; that is its greatest blessing. For it is a bulwark behind which we are permitted to withdraw when ...
He who is usually self-sufficient becomes exceptionally vain and keenly alive to fame and praise when he is physically ill. The mo ...
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