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« Husband has this untoward that the husband who has the most spirit can be too everywhere, even at home, boring without opening the mouth, and ridiculous by saying the simplest thing. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« There, between the man of naughty by nature, mind, and spirit man, good and honest, the difference is between a killer and a man of the world is doing weapons. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The foolish, ignorant, dishonest people, will take in the books of the ideas of reason, noble feelings and high, like a woman rich goes to a merchant of cloth match for his money. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« An act of virtue, a sacrifice or its interests or self, is the need of a noble soul, self-esteem of a generous heart, is, somehow, the selfishness of a great character. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« As philosophy made progress, the silliness will redouble its efforts to establish the empire of prejudice. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It is to the maternal love that nature entrusted the preservation of all beings; and to ensure their reward for mothers, she put in pleasures, and even in the penalties attached to that delicious feeling. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Love, as it exists in society, is that the exchange of two fantasies and the contact of two epidermis. »
Chamfort (Maximes)

« Weak people are light troops of the army of the wicked. They do more harm than the same army. They infest and they ravage. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Equal of spirit and light, rich born man must never know, as well as the poor, the nature, the human heart and the company. It's that in the moment when the other supported an enjoyment, the other consoled himself by a reflection. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It is commonly said that it attaches by its benefits. It is a goodness of nature. It is just that the reward to do well is to love. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Be kind, honest is it possible, like the most perfect woman that could be imagined. You'll not less in the case of forgive him or your predecessor or your successor. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Would it be feelings of the heart like the benefits? When we hope more able to pay them, we fall into the ingratitude. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The theatre reinforces the morals or change them. Must of necessity that it fixes the ridiculous or that it spread. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« A reasonable man cannot act without reason. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It destroys its own character in fear to attract eyes and attention, and it rushes into the invalidity to avoid the danger of being painted. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« He should be able to unite the opposites, love of virtue with the indifference to public opinion, the taste of working with indifference for the glory, and the care of his health with the indifference to life. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« When we break the yoke of the opinion, it is rarely rise above, but almost always fall below. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« One of the best reasons to have to marry, it is that we're not quite the dupe of a woman, as long as it is not yours. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Have you no shame wanting to be a philosopher more that you can't? »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« We know about the man that we know very well; but few men deserve that we study them. Here comes the man of true merit must be generally reluctant to be known. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« If you wanted to get an idea of the self-esteem of women in their youth, judging by the person who left them, after they have passed the age to please. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Is not all to be loved, it must be appreciated, and we can't be provided by what we like. Here comes that love does not exist, or at least doesn't last, between human beings which is too inferior to the other. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« This is the philosophy that discovers the useful virtues of morality and politics. It's the eloquence that makes them popular. It's the poetry that makes them almost proverbial. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Seeing sometimes the rogueries of small and the aggrandizement of the men in place, one is tempted to look at society as a wood filled with thieves, the most dangerous are the archers, attendants to stop others. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Stupidity wouldn't quite silliness, if she feared not the spirit. The vice would not quite be vice, if he did not hate the virtue. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Links significant, or even having illustrious, can no longer be a merit for a person, in a country where one often please by his vices, and where one is sometimes searched for its ridiculous. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Extreme and delicate friendship is often hurt by the withdrawal of a rose. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Time did succeed in gallantry the spiciness of the scandal to the spiciness of the mystery. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« A man in love, who complained the reasonable man, seems to resemble a man who reads fairy tales, and that taunts those who read the story. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« We made books on the interests of the princes; We talk to study the interests of princes: someone never talked to consider the interests of the people? »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The physical world is the work of one powerful and good, who was forced to abandon an evil enforcement of a part of his plan. But the moral world seems to be the product of the whims of a devil gone mad. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The great misfortune of the passions is not in the torment they cause, but in the faults in the depravity they do commit, and which degrade human. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Friendship Court, faith of foxes, and company of wolves. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« A proud and honest soul that has experienced strong passions, flees, the fears, disdain the gallantry; as the soul who felt friendship, scorns common links and small interests. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Divorce is so natural that, in several houses, he sleeps every night between two spouses. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« An author, man of taste is, among this jaded audience, a young woman is in the middle of a circle of old Libertines. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The public interested in the success that it does not consider. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The philosopher who wants to turn his passions resembles the chemist who would put out his fire. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« A woman is nothing by itself; She is what she seems to the man who runs: this is why she is so mad at those who is not what she would like to appear. It loses its existence. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It is through our self-respect love seduces us; Hey! How can you resist a feeling that beautifies our eyes what we have, makes us what we lost and we give what we don't have? »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The flatterers of the princes said that hunting was a picture of the war; and indeed, the peasants, which she comes to ravage the fields, must find that it represents pretty well. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Thanks to the passion of women, to be the most honest man or a husband, or a personal; a villainous or impotent. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« More a diamond is beautiful, more has to be the mount light. More kitten is rich, less diamond is highlighted. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« What makes the success of amount of works is the report that lies between the mediocrity of the author's ideas and mediocrity of the ideas of the public. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« If the monkeys had the talent of parrots, you would gladly Ministers. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It's a saying Turkish than this beautiful word: O woe! I thank you, if you're alone. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Do not know live only with those who are like us; but we must not place the bottom of his usual life with those who can feel what we are worth. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Marriage, as it is practiced at large, is an agreed indecency. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It is impossible to live in the world without acting from time to time. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It is a great misfortune to lose the rights that our talents give us on society by our character. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The great lords and the wits, two classes are looking for each other, want to unite two species of men each are a little more dust and others a bit more noise. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Most of the follies come only from nonsense. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It is virtue that poverty doesn't spoil. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The soul when she is sick, is exactly like the body: she worries and stirs in all directions, but ended up finding a bit of calm. She finally stopped on the kind of feelings and ideas most needed his rest. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Most benefactors resemble these clumsy generals who took over the city and leave the Citadel. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« A Minister in making his Masters errors and harmful to the public nonsense, is often that growing in its place. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The painter gives a soul to a figure, and the poet ready a figure to a feeling and an idea. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The most honest love opens the soul to small passions. Marriage opens your soul to the small passions of your wife, ambition, vanity... »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The mind is often at the heart that what the library of a castle is to the master's person. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The importance without merit gets ways without self-esteem. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The worst of all marrying is that of the heart. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The Courtier is a profession which we wanted to do a science. Each seeks to raise themselves. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The passions are live human, wisdom does only last. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The principle of any society is to get justice to yourself and to others. If you must love your neighbor as yourself, it is at least as fair to love as her next. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Favorites, men in place are sometimes of interest attached men of merit, but they require a preliminary debasement which pushes away from them all who have some modesty. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Naturalists say that, in all animal species, degeneration begins with females. Philosophers can apply to morale this observation in civilized society. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The philosopher, is wearing for a being who gives men their true value, it is very simple that this way of judging forbid anyone. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It's a nice allegory that makes out dreams real through the gate of Horn, and false dreams, i.e. pleasant illusions, by the gate of ivory. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Love is a feeling that, to be honest, needs to consist of himself, to live and don't live by it. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« In some passionate, friendships we have happiness of the passions and the admission of the right boot. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« In fact of marriage, he has receipt which makes sense, and there is interesting which is crazy. The rest is a vile calculation. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Most friendships are spiked if and but and lead to simple links, surviving through misunderstandings. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The bad guys sometimes do good deeds. Looks like they want to see if it is true do it as much fun as honest people claim. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« We married women before they are nothing and that they can be anything. A husband is a sort of maneuver that bothers the body of his wife, put his mind and sides his soul. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It seems that love does not seek real perfections; looks like he fears them. He doesn't like those it creates, it assumes; It looks like those kings who don't recognize quantities than they did. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Tact, it's good taste applied to maintain and conduct; the right tone, it's good taste applied to the speech and the conversation. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« This may have felt the love for good know friendship. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Parliaments, academies, assemblies have deteriorate, they support by their mass, and we can't make it work against them. Dishonor, the ridiculous slide on them, as the bullets on a crocodile. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Be a great man in letters, or at least bring a sensitive revolution, to, as in the political order, finding everything prepared and develop about. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Love is a stormy trade that always ends a bankruptcy; and it is the person who is bankruptcy which is dishonoured. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Reduce the pain of the people, you decrease its ferocity, as you heal his diseases with broth. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« He has an honest man to public esteem without thinking about it, and so to speak, despite him. Those who looked for it gives its measure. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« In the natural order as in the social order, do not want to be more that we can. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Most of the makers of collections of worms or good words resemble those who eat cherries or oysters, first choosing the best and eventually eat everything. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« You distort its spirit, his conscience, his reason, as it spoils his stomach. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Love is like epidemic diseases. More we afraid of them, the more is exposed. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« A wise man with honest must himself to join the purity that satisfies his conscience, caution that devine and warns slander. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It is said that we must strive to remove all the days of our needs. It is especially the needs of self-love to be applied this maxim. These are the most tyrannical and must be the most combat. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The tragic theater was the great moral disadvantage of putting too much importance to life and death. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« So what is this moral instinct who learns the man without education, the reward of these actions is in the heart of the one who made them? It seems that we pay, we take away us them. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The men we don't know about half, we don't know the things we know that three quarters, we know them not at all. These two thoughts enough to enjoy almost all the speeches that take place in the world. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Never, we saw walk together the glory and the rest. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« What is it that a man of letters who is not enhanced by his character, by the merit of his friends, and a bit of ease? »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Conversations are similar to travel we do on water: departure from the Earth without almost feeling, and we realize we left the edge and that when you're already far away. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Experience, that illuminates the individuals, corrupts the princes and people in place. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It frightens the violent parties; but they agree to strong souls, and vigorous characters resting in the extreme. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Ambition takes little souls more easily than large, as the fire takes more easily to straw, the cottages than palaces. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« When someone broke the bottom of things, the loss of illusions brings death of the soul, which is a complete disinterest on everything that touches and occupies the other men. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Is the value of men such as diamonds, which has a certain measure of size, of purity, perfection, have a price fixed and marked, but who, beyond this measure, are priceless, and don't find buyers. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« General maxims are in the conduct of life what routines are in the arts. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« What is a fat without conceit? Remove wings to a butterfly, that's a caterpillar. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Indecision and anxiety are to the mind and soul as the issue is to the body. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Indecency, the lack of modesty are absurd in any system: in philosophy which has, as in one who abstains. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« There are men who the spirit is only a talent by which they seem dominated, they govern, and who is not on the orders of their reason. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« When one lost illusions, the passions of youth, often leaves regrets; but sometimes we hate the prestige who misled us. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The nobility, say nobles, is an intermediary between the King and the people... Yes, like the hunting dog is an intermediary between the Hunter and hares. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« There are such superiority, such claim that simply do not recognize that she is devastated, another just not see to make no effect. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It is the caution of the Eagle and the Mole. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« There are well-dressed nonsense, as there are some fools very well dressed. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Philosophy, as well as medicine has a lot of drugs, very few good remedies, and almost point specific. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« There is nobody that has more enemies in the world than a straight, proud and sensitive man, willing to let people and things for what they are, rather than to take them for what they are not. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Vain means empty; so vanity is so miserable that we can hardly tell him worse than his name. She gives herself herself for what she is. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« An imperious ugly and who wants to please is a poor person who command to charity. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The poor are blacks of Europe. »
Chamfort

« Posterity... which is just an audience that follows after another. »
Chamfort

« We see that the long reigns are still deplorable. God is eternal. Judge for yourselves! »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Anyone who has destroyed a prejudice, prejudice, one is a benefactor of mankind. »
Chamfort

« The love of glory, a virtue! Strange virtue, which is assisted by the action of all the vices that receives to stimulants pride, ambition, envy, vanity, greed sometimes even! »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« I saw in the world than dinners without digestion, dinners without pleasure, conversations without trust, links without friendship and shenanigans without love. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Thought console everything and fix everything. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« There is no man who can be, to him alone, as despicable as a body. There is a body that can be as despicable as the public. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Fortune is often as rich and spenders, women that ruin the houses where they brought a rich dowry. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Too superior qualities often make a man less clean society. We're going to the market with bars; Let's go with money or small change. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The honest man, undeceived of all illusions, is the man by excellence. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« We'd be too unhappy if, with women, they remembered the least of all we know by heart. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Worms add spirit to the thought of the man who is sometimes quite a few; and that's what we call talent. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Most of the social institutions appear to be intended to keep the man in mediocrity of ideas and feelings that make cleaner to govern or be governed. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The feeling we have for most benefactors like recognition for the fingernail of teeth. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« There is a melancholy which takes to the greatness of mind. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« See how we use to the sick in hospitals, like men have imagined these sad asylums to treat the sick and to hide them from the looks of the happy that these unfortunates Aste enjoyment. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The justice of men is always a form of power. »
Chamfort

« War to the castles. Peace to the cottages. »
Chamfort

« Instead of trying to fix men of some unbearable through to the company, had to address the weakness of those who suffer them. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Mankind, bad about its nature, has become worse than the company. Each man is wearing defects: 1 / of humanity; 2 / the individual; 3 / class it belongs in the social order. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Men are so perverse that the only hope and even the only desire to correct, to see reasonable and honest, is an absurdity, a romantic idea, forgiving to the simplicity of the first youth. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The man often lives with himself, and he needs to virtue; He lives with others, and he needs to honor. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The generosity is only the mercy of noble souls. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Poverty puts crime at a discount. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The claims are a source of sentences, and the time of happiness of life begins at the moment where they end. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Nature intended as illusions were to the wise as for crazy people, so that the first were not too unhappy with their own wisdom. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Fame is the chastisement of merit and the punishment of talent. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« There is no history worthy of attention than that of the free peoples. The history of peoples subject to the despotism is a collection of anecdotes. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Despise money, is dethrone a King. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« The world is a bad place that we confess. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« A great misfortunes of man, is that its good qualities even him are sometimes useless, and that the art work and govern them well is often a late fruit of the experience. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« A man of mind is lost if he did not join the spirit energy of character. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« In love, just like by its kind qualities and its amenities. But in marriage, be happy, to love, or at least to be agreed by its flaws. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« To forgive the reason what it done to most of the men, one needs to consider what would be the man without reason. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Ambition takes little souls more easily than large, as the fire takes more easily to straw, the cottages to the Palace. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« France, country where it is often useful to show his vices, and always dangerous to show its virtues. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Any man who knows high feelings has the right to be treated as it should be, starting from his character, rather than his position. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Most social institutions appear to be intended to keep the man in mediocrity of ideas and feelings that make cleaner to govern or be governed. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« There are men whose illusions about the things that interest them are as necessary as life. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« English complies with the Act and regrowth or despises authority. The French, on the contrary, respect the authority and despises the law. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The man without principles is also usually a man without character, because he was born with character, he would have felt the need to create principles. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Love is a feeling that, to be honest, needs to consist of himself, to live and don't live by it. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« A fool who has a moment of mind surprised and shocked, as CAB galloping horses. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« By learning about the evils of nature, we despise death; by getting to know those of society, we despise life. »
Chamfort

« The company, which gets much smaller men, reduced women to nothing. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« There are away from the man who despises the money to one who is truly honest. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Society would be a lovely thing if we were interested each other. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The weakness of character or lack of ideas, in a word what can prevent us to live with ourselves, are the things that preserve many of the Misanthropy. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The hymen comes after sex, like smoke after flame. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« This is the miserable condition of the men, need them look in society, consolations to the ills of nature, and, in nature, consolations to the ills of society. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The man can aspire to virtue; It cannot reasonably claim to find the truth. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The man, in the current state of the company, seems more corrupted by his reason by his passions. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« There is nobody that has more enemies in the world than a straight, proud and sensitive man, willing to let people and things for what they are, rather than to take them for what they are not. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Why happens that in France a Minister stays after one hundred bad operations, and why is he chased after the only good he did? »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Poor, but independent of men, man to the orders of the need. The man rich, but dependent, is another man or more orders. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« A suitor is a person who loves a virtuous woman and who gets angry when she does not cease to be. »
Chamfort

« The first of the gifts of nature is this force of reason which students you above your own passions and weaknesses, and makes you govern your qualities even, your talents and your virtues. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Education must focus on two bases, morality and prudence: morality, in support of virtue; prudence, to defend against the vices of others. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Prejudice, vanity, calculation, that's what rules the world. One who doesn't know to rule his conduct that reason, truth, feeling, has almost nothing in common with the company. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« To an affair from man to woman is really interesting, be that, between them, there is enjoyment, memory, or desire. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The nobility is an intermediary between the King and the people. Yes, like the hunting dog is an intermediary between the Hunter and hares. »
Chamfort

« Our reason makes us sometimes as miserable as our passions; and we can say of the man, when he is in this case, it is a sick poisoned by his doctor. »
Chamfort (Caractères et anecdotes)

« In society, the honest man is a variety of the human species. »
Chamfort

« The bourgeois a ridiculous vanity, make their daughters a manure to the land of people of quality. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« There are well-dressed nonsense as there are well-dressed fools. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« We wish the laziness of a villain and the silence of a fool. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Economists are surgeons who have an excellent scalpel and scalpel chipped operating perfectly on the death and torture of the heart. »
Chamfort

« Public opinion is a jurisdiction that the honest man should never recognize perfectly and should never decline. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« It's our self-esteem sex seduces us; Hey! How can you resist a feeling that beautifies our eyes what we have, makes us what we lost and we give what we don't have? »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The contemplative life is often miserable. It must do more, think less, and do not look live. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« It is commonly said: "the most beautiful woman in the world cannot give what she"; which is very wrong: she gives precisely what they always receive, since of this kind is the imagination that makes the price of what one receives. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The reasonable lasted, lovers have lived. »
Chamfort

« Paris, city of pleasures, where four-fifths of the inhabitants die of grief. »
Chamfort

« In discussions the insults are the reasons of those who did wrong. »
Chamfort (Caractères et anecdotes)

« The conviction is the consciousness of the spirit. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« In France, we let rest those who set the fire, and we persecute those who sound the alarm bell. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Men become small by gathering. »
Chamfort (Produits de la civilisation perfectionnée)

« The best philosophy, relatively to the world, is to combine the sarcasm of the gaiety with the indulgence of the contempt toward him. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« A husband is a sort of maneuver that bothers the body of his wife, put his mind and sides his soul. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Change of modes is the tax which the industry of the poor places on the vanity of the rich. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Nature seems to use men for his purposes, regardless of the instruments it employs; pretty much as the tyrants that get rid of the ones they used. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« There are centuries where public opinion is the worst opinions. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Nature don't point all told: don't be poor point. even less: to be rich; but she yelled: to be independent. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« What is a philosopher? This is a man who opposes the law, the right to use, his conscience to the opinion nature, and his judgment to the error. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Pity is a secret retreat on ourselves, in the view of the evils of others which we are also victims. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The worst of the marrying is that of the heart. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« In terms of feelings, which can be assessed has no value. »
Chamfort (Caractères et anecdotes)

« The people of the world are not earlier closing that they themselves believe in society. »
Chamfort

« Be just before being generous, as we got shirts before having lace. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« We do not have revolutions with rose water. »
Chamfort (Mémoires)

« There is nothing more miserable for the people than the lengthy reigns, and as God is eternal, it's the end of everything. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Three powers govern men: iron, gold and opinion; and when despotism itself destroyed the latter, no time to lose the other two. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Without the Government, it would more laugh in France. »
Chamfort

« Three quarters of the follies are just nonsense. »
Chamfort

« The art of the parenthesis is one of the great secrets of eloquence in society. »
Chamfort

« God recommended the forgiveness of the name-calling, it did not recommend that the benefits. »
Chamfort

« Adults still sell their company to the vanity of the little ones. »
Chamfort

« The hope is that a charlatan who deceives us constantly; and, for me, happiness started when I lost it. »
Chamfort

« The most lost of all days is that which one has not laughed. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Stubbornness represents the character, much as temperament represents love. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Someone said that providence was the name of baptism by chance; some devout say that chance is a nickname of providence. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The skill is cunning dexterity in the diddle. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Love is like epidermal diseases. More we afraid of them, the more exposed. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« When you're right 24 hours before everyone going crazy for twenty-four hours. »
Chamfort

« If the monkeys had the talent of parrots, there could be Ministers. »
Chamfort

« Slander is like the WaSP that bother you, and against which should make any movement, unless it is sure to kill her, otherwise she is coming back, more furious than ever. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« It is likely that any public idea, any convention received, is foolish, because it has agreed to the largest number. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The great misfortune of the passions is not in the torment they cause, but in the faults they commit. The passions are live human, wisdom does only last. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« It must be acknowledged that to be happy living in the world, there are sides of his soul to completely paralyze. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« It is very difficult to find happiness in itself and impossible to find elsewhere. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Life is a mirror in which the man is never only the reflection of himself. »
Chamfort

« The public is governed as he reasons. His right is to say silly things like Ministers is to make. »
Chamfort

« Passions are exageratrices and they are passions that they exaggerate. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« False modesty is the most decent of all lies. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Men of letters like those they're fun, as travellers are those that they surprised. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« What makes the success of amounts of works is the report that lies between the mediocrity of the author's ideas and mediocrity of the ideas of the public. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The English are the only people who have found a way to limit the power of a man whose figure is on a shield. »
Chamfort

« Self-esteem is better than fame, the account is better than fame. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Marriage is too perfect for the imperfection of the human condition. »
Chamfort (Pensées morales)

« Living and seeing men, there the heart breaks or tans. »
Chamfort (Caractères et anecdotes)

« There is only the uselessness of the first flood preventing God to send a second. »
Chamfort (Caractères et anecdotes)

« Anyone who doesn't have a character is not a man, that's one thing. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« There are more fools than wise, and wise, he is more folly than wisdom. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« You gotta do the nonsense that we ask our character. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Thought console everything and fix everything. If sometimes it makes you hurt, ask him the cure of evil that she did, and she will give you. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« My God, keep me physical pain. I'm going with the moral pain. »
Chamfort

« The courtiers are poor, enriched by begging. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« A man in love is a man who wants to be more friendly that it cannot; and that's why almost all lovers are ridiculous. »
Chamfort

« The appearances have the happy wisdom of only appear to those who believe. »
Chamfort

« The authors of books of quotations are like those people who eat cherries, which start with the best and end up eating them all. »
Chamfort

« The risk of disgust when we see how to prepare the administration, justice and the kitchen. »
Chamfort

« Rich man's Word: the poor, it was nice to give them nothing, they keep asking. »
Chamfort

« What I've learned, I forgot it; I know, I invented it. »
Chamfort

« The opinion is the Queen of the world, because stupidity is the Queen of fools. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Love, lovable madness; ambition, serious silliness. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« What we know best, it's what you guessed, then what we have learned from the experience. »
Chamfort

« We govern men with head; We're not playing chess with a good heart. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« It is happiness like watches: the less complicated ones that interfere the least. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Learn to die! And why so? We succeed very well the first time! »
Chamfort

« The success produces success, as money produces money. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« Divorce is so natural that, in many homes, he sleeps every night between the spouses. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Live is a disease whose sleep us relief every sixteen hours. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Marriage and celibacy both disadvantages; It is to be preferred that the disadvantages are not without remedy. »
Chamfort (Pensées morales)

« People of the world are not rather gathered, that they think they are in society. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« If you must love your neighbor as yourself, it is at least as fair to love as her next. »
Chamfort (Pensées morales)

« The first issues of grief served as armor against each other. »
Chamfort (Pensées morales)

« It is point a witty man for having many ideas, as we are not a good general to be a lot of soldiers. »
Chamfort (Pensées morales)

« The joke is a kind of duel where there is no bloodshed. »
Chamfort

« The fun can rely on the illusion, but happiness is based on reality. »
Chamfort

« Consideration for yourself you sometimes attracts others. »
Chamfort

« We're happier in solitude in the world. Would it not what in solitude we think things, and what in the world is forced to think about men? »
Chamfort

« Society would be a lovely thing, if there was interest from each other. »
Chamfort

« Live is a disease... Death is the cure. »
Chamfort

« It must do more, think less, and not to watch live. »
Chamfort

« It is safer vice unhappy, that is the virtue gives happiness. »
Chamfort

« When we want to please in the world, it must resolve to learn a lot of things that we know by people who ignore them. »
Chamfort

« We're happy or unhappy by a host of things that do not, it is point and that we can say. »
Chamfort

« It's after the age of passions that great men have produced their masterpieces. »
Chamfort

« We don't like to see happier than yourself. »
Chamfort

« There is in the brains of women one box less, and in their hearts a fiber more than men. »
Chamfort

« It is not true that the more we think, less we feel; but it is true that the more we judge, less we love. Few men put you in the case of an exception to this rule. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Little philosophy leads to despise learning; a lot of philosophy leads to estimate it. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The public, the public!... How long does fools to make an audience? »
Chamfort (Caractères et anecdotes)

« You can't imagine how it takes spirit to be ridiculous. »
Chamfort (Caractères et anecdotes)

« There are two things to be done under sentence to find life unbearable: the insults of the time and the injustices of men. »
Chamfort

« Giving is a more sustainable than to receive pleasure, because one of the two that gives is remembered most long. »
Chamfort

« Women have good than what they best. »
Chamfort

« Who is right in the Middle, between us, and our enemy seems to us more close to our enemy. »
Chamfort

« There is some duplication for the ear and the mind, not there point to the heart. »
Chamfort

« Reproached me the taste of loneliness. I'm more accustomed to my flaws as those of others. »
Chamfort

« Remove self-love from love, there's too little. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« To choose to love women or to know. »
Chamfort

« In the big things, men show themselves as it suits them to be; in small, they are as they are. »
Chamfort

« Women give to friendship than what they borrow from love. »
Chamfort

« Fame: the advantage of being known to those who do not know you. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« There is little defects that prevent a man to have many friends, as much as can do too great qualities. »
Chamfort

« The works that an author does it with pleasure are often the best, as children of love are the most beautiful. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées)

« It is easier to legalize some things but to legitimize them. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« What does a mistress? A woman near which it no longer remembers what we know by heart, that is, of all the defects of her sex. »
Chamfort

« Can't we do be and have been. »
Chamfort

« In love, everything is true, everything is wrong; and it's the only thing on which we can not say nonsense. »
Chamfort

« Some evil a man can think of women, there is a woman who still think more evil than him. »
Chamfort

« The man arrives novice at each age of his life. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« It is better to be less and be what we are. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« I have renounced the friendship of two men, one of them because he don't never told him, the other because he never told me. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The richest of men, is the Bursar, the poorest, but the miser. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« In the world, you have three kinds of friends: friends who you love, your friends who don't care about you, and your friends who hate you. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Love like better than marriage, for the reason that the novels are more fun than history. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Almost all men are slaves for lack of know how to pronounce the syllable: No. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« Enjoy and do enjoy, without hurting you, or anyone, that I think, all moral. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« The company is composed of two broad classes: those who have more dinners to appetite, and those who have more appetite than of dinners. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

« We don't know what one has not learned. »
Chamfort (Maximes et pensées, caractères et anecdotes)

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