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Literature is without proofs. By which it must be understood that it cannot prove, not only what it says, but even that it is wort ...
What the Journal posits is not the tragic question, the Madman's question: "Who am I?", but the comic question, the Bewildered Man ...
It is human agitation, with all the vulgarity of needs small and great, with its flagrant disgust for the police who repress it, i ...
It is a mistake, to think the same thing affects both sight and touch. If the same angle or square, which is the object of touch, ...
O Time the fatal wrack of mortal things,
That draws oblivion's curtains over kings;
When you live on cash, you understand the limits of the world around which you navigate each day. Credit leads into a desert with ...
Hast ever ben in Omaha
Where rolls the dark Missouri down,
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The heart-throb for the welfare of humanity therefore passes into the ravings of an insane self-conceit, into the fury of consciou ...
Mathematics may be compared to a mill of exquisite workmanship, which grinds your stuff of any degree of fineness; but nevertheles ...
That which occasions so many mistakes in the computations of men, when they expect return for favors, is that the giver's pride an ...
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