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We reach the same end by discrepant means 2. Our emotions get carried away beyond us 4. How the soul discharges its emotions against false objects when lacking real ones 5. Whether the governor of a besieged fortress should go out and parley 6.
The hour of parleying is dangerous 7. That our deeds are judged by the intention 8. On a ready or hesitant delivery Ceremonial at the meeting of kings That the taste of good and evil things depends in large part on the opinion we have of them One is punished for stubbornly defending a fort without good reason On punishing cowardice The doings of certain ambassadors That we should not be deemed happy till after our death To philosophize is to learn how to die On the power of the imagination On educating children That it is madness to judge the true and the false from our own capacities On affectionate relationships Something lacking in our civil administrations On the custom of wearing clothing On Cato the Younger How we weep and laugh at the same thing On the inequality there is between us On sumptuary laws On the Battle of Dreux On the uncertainty of our judgement On Democritus and Heraclitus On the vanity of words On the frugality of the Ancients On vain cunning devices Michel de Montaigne.
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Michel de Montaigne. Essays of Michel de Montaigne.
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French Renaissance writer Michel de Montaigne (February 28, –September 13, ), celebrated as the father of modern skepticism, pioneered the essay as a literary genre and penned some of the most enduring, influential essays in history. Michel (Eyquem) de Montaigne ( - ) awareness of human weaknesses and foibles should be our incentive to lead lives that are humble, tolerant, and natural 1.
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