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There are many people who have the gift, or failing, of never understanding themselves. I have been unlucky enough, or perhaps fortunate enough to have received the opposite gift. ~ Charles Maurice De Talleyrand
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When attempted self-destruction does not cure a man of life, it cures him of voluntary death. ~ Honore De Balzac
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One who criticises capitalism while approving of immigration, of which the working class is its first victim, would do better to remain silent. One who criticises immigration while remaining silent regarding capitalism should do the same. ~ Alain De Benoist
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Some authors regard morality in the same light as we regard modern architecture. Convenience is the first thing to be looked for. ~ Luc De Clapiers
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The fires of remorse burned in his heart, and gave him intolerable pain, the generous secret remorse which men seldom take into account when they sit in judgement upon their fellow-men; but perhaps the angels in heaven, beholding it, pardon the criminal whom our justice condemns. ~ Honore De Balzac
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Some beautiful things are more impressive when left imperfect than when than when too highly finished ~ Francois De La Rochefoucauld
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Of course, I didn't know how I felt about my first kiss coming from one of the undead, but hey, beggars can't be choosers, and let me tell you something, Jesse was way cuter than any live guy I'd met lately. ~ Meg Cabot
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I believe in the incomprehensibility of God. ~ Honore De Balzac
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The dignity of the individual demands that he be not reduced to vassalage by the largesse of others. ~ Antoine De Saint Exupery
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Maybe the social value of truth is as a destination - so long as we do not assume we have arrived there. ~ Edward De Bono
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There are only two cases in which war is just: first, in order to resist the aggression of an enemy, and second, in order to help an ally who has been attacked. ~ Charles De Secondat
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[I]t is His good pleasure that we remain always in the holy joy of His love ... ~ Vincent De Paul
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Vincent De Paul
The blood of my motherland waters a magic plant that cures all ills. That plant is art, and sometimes art needs corruption as a kind of fertilizer ~ Alfred De Musset
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The created order is everywhere punched and torn open by ellipses, drifts, and leaks of meaning: it is a sieve-order. ~ Michel De Certeau
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Books, we are told, propose to instruct or to amuse. Indeed! A true antithesis to knowledge, in this case, is not pleasure, but power. All that is literature seeks to communicate power; all that is not literature, to communicate knowledge. ~ Thomas De Quincey
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Between women love is contemplation; caresses are meant less to appropriate the other than to recreate oneself slowly through her; separation is eliminated, there is neither fight nor victory nor defeat; each one is both subject and object ~ Simone De Beauvoir
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One of those things I never exactly cared for was that phobia of appearing to be rich. To become rich is a natural thing, a result of your work, that which you've done. ~ Antonio Ermirio De Moraes
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Saturday evening, on a quiet lazy afternoon, I went to watch a bullfight in Las Ventas, one of Madrid's most famous bullrings. I went there out of curiosity. I had long been haunted by the image of the matador with its custom made torero suit, embroidered with golden threads, looking spectacular in his "suit of light" or traje de luces as they call it in Spain. I was curious to see the dance of death unfold in front of me, to test my humanity in the midst of blood and gold, and to see in which state my soul will come out of the arena, whether it will be shaken and stirred, furious and angry, or a little bit aware of the life embedded in every death. Being an avid fan of Hemingway, and a proponent of his famous sentence "About morals, I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after," I went there willingly to test myself. I had heard atrocities about bullfighting yet I had this immense desire to be part of what I partially had an inclination to call a bloody piece of cultural experience. As I sat there, in front of the empty arena, I felt a grandiose feeling of belonging to something bigger than anything I experienced during my stay in Spain. Few minutes and I'll be witnessing a painting being carefully drawn in front of me, few minutes and I will be part of an art form deeply entrenched in the Spanish cultural heritage: the art of defying death. But to sit there, and to watch the bull enter the arena… To watch one bull ~ Malak El Halabi
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penitenziagite! watch out for the draco who cometh in futurum to gnaw your anima! death is super nos! pray the santo pater come to liberar nos a malo and all our sin! ha ha, you like this negromanzia de domini nostri jesu christi! et anco jois m'es dols e plazer m'es dolors...cave el diabolo! semper lying in wait for me in some angulum to snap at my heels. but salvatore is not stupidus! bonum monsasterium, and aqui refectorium and pray to dominum nostrum. and the resto is not worth merda. amen. no? ~ Umberto Eco
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Poverty of goods is easily cured; poverty of soul, impossible. ~ Michel De Montaigne
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Napoleon, when hearing about Laplace's latest book, said, 'M. Laplace, they tell me you have written this large book on the system of the universe, and have never even mentioned its creator.'

Laplace responds, 'Je n'avais pas besoin de cette hypothèse-là. (I had no need of that hypothesis.) ~ Pierre-Simon Laplace
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Self-interest makes some people blind, and others sharp-sighted. ~ Francois De La Rochefoucauld
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Therefore, since we may say, after such long experience, that religion does not imply exact honesty, we are authorized by the same reasons to think that atheism does not exclude it. ~ Julien Offray De La Mettrie
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If this is the price to be paid for an idea, then let us pay. There is no need of being troubled about it, afraid, or ashamed. This is the time to boldly say, Yes, I believe in the displacement of this system of injustice by a just one; I believe in the end of starvation, exposure, and the crimes caused by them; I believe in the human soul regnant over all laws which man has made or will make; I believe there is no peace now, and there will never be peace, so long as one rules over another; I believe in the total disintegration and dissolution of the principle and practice of authority; I am an Anarchist, and if for this you condemn me, I stand ready to receive your condemnation. ~ Voltairine De Cleyre
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The pursuit of wealth generally diverts men of great talents and of great passions from the pursuit of power, and it very frequently happens that a man does not undertake to direct the fortune of the State until he has discovered his incompetence to conduct his own affairs. ~ Alexis De Tocqueville
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The nut of this tree is hung high aloft, wrapped in a silk wrapper, which is enclosed in a case of sole leather, which again is packed in a mass of shock absorbing, vermin proof pulp, sealed up in a waterproof, ironwood case, and finally cased in a vegetable porcupine of spines, almost impregnable. There is no nut so protected; there is no nut in our woods to compare with it as food. What is a Chesnut? ~ Luis De Camoes
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Said Simone de Beauvoir in her groundbreaking book The Second Sex,
"Just as in America there is no Negro problem but rather a white problem; just as 'anti-Semitism is not a Jewish problem; it is our problem'; so the women problem has always been a man's problem. . . . Men have always held the lot of women in their hands; and they have determined what it should be, not according to her interest, but rather with regard to their own projects, their fears, and their needs. ~ Mary Gabriel
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In love, the quickest is always the best cure. ~ Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
After they had accustomed themselves at Rome to the spectacles of the slaughter of animals, they proceeded to those of the slaughter of men, to the gladiators. ~ Michel De Montaigne
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Michel De Montaigne
Vincent gestures toward Gaspard, who steps forward to face us. "We say good-bye to our longtime leader, Jean-Baptiste Alexandre Balthazar Grimod de la Reynière," Gaspard says in a wavering voice. "He died sacrificing his life for another on the battlefield in Borodino, September 7, 1812. Jean-Baptiste was dedicated to the preservation of his kindred, willing to do anything to ensure their survival." Gaspard's face twists with emotion when he says this, but he forces his shoulders back and raises his chin.
He pulls something from his belt, and I recognize Jean-Baptiste's beloved sword-cane topped with its carved wooden falcon's head. Facing the fire, Gaspard says, "My dear Jean-Baptiste. My love. I will mourn your loss until we are reunited in the next life." And he throws the cane onto the fire. ~ Amy Plum
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Amy Plum
Two things in America are astonishing: the changeableness of most human behavior and the strange stability of certain principles. Men are constantly on the move, but the spirit of humanity seems almost unmoved. ~ Alexis De Tocqueville
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Happy are they who can please and delight their senses with things insensate - and who can live off their death. ~ Michel De Montaigne
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Michel De Montaigne
Darwin and Nietzsche were the common spiritual and intellectual source for the mean-spirited and bellicose ideological assault on progress, liberalism, and democracy that fired the late-nineteenth-century campaign to preserve or rejuvenate the traditional order. Presensitized for this retreat from modernity, prominent fin-de-siècle aesthetes, engages literati, polemical publicists, academic sociologists, and last but not least, conservative and reactionary politicians became both consumers and disseminators of the untried action-ideas.
Oscar Wilde and Stefan George were perhaps most representative of the aristocratizing aesthetes whose rush into dandyism or retreat into cultural monasticism was part of the outburst against bourgeois philistinism and social levelling. Their yearning for a return to an aristocratic past and their aversion to the invasive democracy of their day were shared by Thomas Mann and Hugo von Hofmannsthal, whose nostalgia for the presumably superior sensibilities of a bygone cultivated society was part of their claim to privileged social space and position in the present. Although they were all of burgher or bourgeois descent, they extolled ultra-patrician values and poses, thereby reflecting and advancing the rediscovery and reaffirmation of the merits and necessities of elitism. Theirs was not simply an aesthetic and unpolitical posture precisely because they knowingly contributed to the exaltation of societal hierarchy at a time when this exaltat ~ Arno J. Mayer
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The least strained and most natural ways of the soul are the most beautiful; the best occupations are the least forced. ~ Michel De Montaigne
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Michel De Montaigne
I suffer, therefore I am special. I am not understood, but for precisely that reason, I am worthy of greater understanding. 13. ~ Alain De Botton
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Alain De Botton
If God permits virtue to be persecuted on earth, it is not for us to question his intentions. It may be that his rewards are held over for another life, for is it not true as written in Holy Scripture that the Lord chastenenth only the righteous! And after all, is not virtue it's own reward? ~ Marquis De Sade
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I learned in a very public setting what works and doesn't work for a healthy lifestyle. ~ Michael De Luca
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How delicious to corrupt, to stifle all semblances of virtue and religion in that young heart! ~ Marquis De Sade
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I said to de Lord, 'I'm goin' to hold steady on to you, an' I know you'll see me through.' ~ Harriet Tubman
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Centralization and socialism are products of the same soil. The one is to the other what the cultivated fruit is to the wild stock. ~ Alexis De Tocqueville
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Q: Did he think that love could last forever? A: Well, no, but the limits to eternity didn't lie specifically with love. They lay in the general difficulty of maintaining an appreciative relationship with anything or anyone that was always around. ~ Alain De Botton
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Alain De Botton
I've lived all these years among those who create nothing and change nothing,' I said. 'Actors and musicians-they're saints to me. ~ Anne Rice
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Humankind is now caught up, as though in a train of gears, at the heart of a continually accelerating vortex of self-totalization. ~ Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
You risk tears if you let yourself be tamed. ~ Antoine De Saint Exupery
Olimpicos De Invierno quotes by Antoine De Saint Exupery
If dual torment is to be my one condition,
both of loving and being loved I would quit. ~ Sor Juana Ines De La Cruz
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It is my turn to wait. Funny that in all these months we have been meeting, it was always she waiting for me. ~ Melissa De La Cruz
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It's profoundly counter-intuitive for us to think of ourselves as mad. We seem so normal and mostly so good – to ourselves. It's everyone else who is out of step… And yet maturity begins with the capacity to sense and, in good time and without defensiveness, admit to our own craziness. If we are not regularly deeply embarrassed by who we are, the journey to self-knowledge hasn't begun. ~ Alain De Botton
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It is easier to sacrifice great than little things. ~ Michel De Montaigne
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