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He who can be, and therefore is, another's, and he who participates in reason enough to apprehend, but not to have, is a slave by nature.


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A good style must, first of all, be clear. It must . . . be appropriate.
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When their adventures do not succeed, however, they run away; but it was the mark of a brave man to ...
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Inferiors revolt in order that they may be equal, and equals that they may be superior
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Strange that the vanity which accompanies beauty - excusable, perhaps, when there is such great beau...
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The flute is not an instrument that has a good moral effect; it is too exciting.
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The aim of art is not to represent the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance
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