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Scepticism is an ability, or mental attitude, which opposes appearances to judgments in any way whatsoever, with the result that, ...
The Sceptic being a lover of his kind, desires to cure by speech, as best he can, the self-conceit and rashness of the Dogmatists. ...
Yet the companions of the Muses
will keep their collective nose in my books
Celebrities from the Trans-Caucasus will belaud Roman celebrities
And expound the distentions of Empire,
Flame burns, rain sinks into the cracks
And they all go to rack ruin beneath the thud of the years,
There will be a crowd of young women doing homage to my palaver,
And in the mean time my songs will travel,
And the devirginated young ladies will enjoy them
I ask a wreathwhich will not crush my head.
And there is no hurry about it;
Out-weariers of Apollo will, as we know, continue their
Martian generalities,
We have kept our erasers in order.
Allow me to say that I would long since have committed suicide had desisting made me a professor of Latin.
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