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i have taken this quote as it is from Spinoza, in the Letter 60 to Hugo Boxel.

  • If triangles had a god, he would have three sides.
    • No. 59
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  • Happy the people whose annals are tiresome.
  • When two nations come into contact with one another, they can either fight or trade. If they fight, both lose; if they trade both gain.
  • Financiers support the state as the rope supports the hanged man.