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  • right place. a quote by Morandi on a self-portrait by the painter w:Henri Rousseau; as quoted in Morandi 1894 – 1964, ed: M. C. Bandera & R. Miracco, Museo
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  • one and only possible achievement. I thought of my grand old friend w:Henri Rousseau [French Primitive painter, died in 1910] that Homer in the porter's
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  • Marie-Henri Beyle (January 23, 1783 – March 23, 1842), more widely known as Stendhal, the most famous of his many pen-names, was a 19th century French
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  • hope may be, if we did not place it in youth, where should we place it? Henri Barbusse, Light (1919) Ch. XXII There is nothing between the paradise dreamed
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  • it difficult is talent; doing what is impossible for talent is genius. Henri-Frédéric Amiel, Journal Men give way before the power of genius
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  • on to the stage than in his theory. Karl Barth Protestant Thought From Rousseau to Ritschl, 1952, 1959 p. 284-285 Quotations taken from the TIME
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  • Laid Bare, 1864-66, trans. N. Cameron (1975). Mock on, mock on, Voltaire Rousseau; Mock on, mock on, ’tis all in vain! You throw the sand against the wind
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  • understand the one or the other. John Morley, 1st Viscount Morley of Blackburn, Rousseau, p. 380. Car c'est en famille, ce n'est pas en public, qu'un lave son
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  • Positions University of Chicago Press, 15 nov. 1982 With interviews with Henri Ronse (p. 1-14), with Julia Kristeva (pp. 15-36), and with Jean-Louis Houdebine
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  • egoistic, shabby, and fictitious liberty extolled by the School of J.-J. Rousseau and other schools of bourgeois liberalism, which considers the would-be
    108 KB (15,353 words) - 19:11, 26 March 2016
  • utopianists.” In other words, Baudelaire condemned Rousseauism in all its forms. Today, Rousseauism has so triumphed that the arts and the avant-garde
    42 KB (5,687 words) - 19:45, 6 March 2016
  • a toujours tort" ("The absent are always in the wrong"), Jean Jacques Rousseau, Emile, Livre IV; reported in Thomas Benfield Harbottle and Philip Hugh
    131 KB (15,566 words) - 12:54, 22 May 2016
  • necessary to speak, and when he is not asked questions, he keeps his silence. Rousseau, March 16. If you want to correct your own failings, you do not have the
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  • with them forgot even their own country to dwell among them. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, from Emile or On Education. Grant animals a ray of reason, imagine what
    94 KB (15,307 words) - 13:18, 19 April 2016