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Since [Rousseau's] time, and largely thanks to him, the Ego has steadily tended to efface itself, and, for purposes of model, to b ...
Everything that was ever to happen to me in the future had its germ or impulse in the conditions of my life on Dover Street. My fr ...
In the history of human inquiry, philosophy has the place of the initial central sun, seminal and tumultuous; from time to time it ...
At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing steadily ever since.
The tendency of things runs steadily to this point, namely, to put every man on his merits, and to give him so much power as he na ...
The secret of culture is to learn, that a few great points steadily reappear, alike in the poverty of the obscurest farm, and in t ...
We commonly say that the rich man can speak the truth, can afford honesty, can afford independence of opinion and action;--and tha ...
The German intellect wants the French sprightliness, the fine practical understanding of the English, and the American adventure; ...
Of course, money will do after its kind, and will steadily work to unspiritualize and unchurch the people to whom it was bequeathe ...
The word "obligation" is very seldom in my thoughts, and consequently very seldom is it uttered by my tongue. For I am satisfied t ...
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