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Of all days, the day on which one has not laughed is the one most surely wasted.
Philosophy, like medicine, has plenty of drugs, few good remedies, and hardly any specific cures.
Change of fashion is the tax levied by the industry of the poor on the vanity of the rich.
Only the history of free peoples is worth our attention; the history of men under a despotism is merely a collection of anecdotes.
Living is a sickness to which sleep provides relief every sixteen hours. It's a palliative. The remedy is death.
If, as a feminist leader, I try to help out the career of a rising woman faculty leader--I'm sleeping with her.
Of the three forms of pride, that is to say pride proper, vanity, and conceit, vanity is by far the most harmless, and conceit by ...
The more you concentrate on the difference between these words the more clearly does it appear that while pleasure is something th ...
An artist needn't be a clergyman or a churchwarden, but he certainly must have a warm heart for his fellow men.
It is not the language of painters but the language of nature which one should listen to.... The feeling for the things themselves ...
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