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Education must have two foundations--morality as a support for virtue, prudence as a defence for self against the vices of others. ...
Both were predominantly ethical in aim and doctrine; theory of knowledge (logic) and of nature (physics) served rather as the scaf ...
One can be the master of what one does, but never of what one feels.
I have the handicap of being born with a special language to which I alone have the key.
A memory is a beautiful thing, it's almost a desire that you miss.
The only way to avoid being unhappy is to close yourself up in Art and to count for nothing all the rest.
Of all possible debauches, traveling is the greatest that I know; that's the one they invented when they got tired of all the othe ...
The artist must be in his work like God in his Creation, invisible and all-powerful, so that he is felt everywhere but not seen.
I hate that which we have decided to call realism, even though I have been made one of its high priests.
I live absolutely like an oyster.
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