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Paul Valéry's quotes
« Think about ourselves! Rolls, see, laugh and cause! But it's that beautiful thing that do you a little thinking about who you like. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« The distance and time together make a desert where the solitary being people of strange visions time and air... Additional effect! »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« Love, love! I get a wet finger looking good wind of love to the winds. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« Basically, arts are of asceticism and not worth only by infinity you put. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« Love is to burn to try to guess which thinks in another head. Nothing more torturing. Because... Everything happens in a head. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« There is always a 'magic' in love. Otherwise we fall into pure friction, with its two aspects of enjoyment in the rough and rental services. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« The thought is of the most odious of the properties of the human animal. It is us and against us, paltry power and powerlessness light! »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« An a huge range of subject matter and which, far from simplifying and clear by meditating, done that become more complex, murkier as the look is based. »
Paul Valéry (Variété, III)

« The future of the past is memory. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« You live in a very beautiful island I have some reason to cherish (...) this earth separated, which defends a little longer to look like all the others. »
Paul Valéry (Lettre-préface à L’enchantement multiple de Diane de Cuttoli)

« Words are planks laid over an abyss, with which we cross the space of thinking, and who suffer the passage and not the station. »
Paul Valéry (Le Figaro.fr)

« Most men have a good idea that this even wave their idea is for them the definition of poetry poetry. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Poetry is life what is fire to the wood. It emanates from and turns." »
Paul Valéry (Le livre de mon bord)

« To judge anyone, judge the intentions that it will lend to you. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« This morning's light, I don't know at what bottom of my head. And there is a presence that is not of thought, to the doors of thought. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« You are anything more than a desire to me. You're a real need of the heart. Suddenly the heart prevails in my living system; and that's the announced transformation. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« Ideas are like sparks; and what we get is worthless. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« Honey love, does not oppose this the first thing that come you to mind. Thinking who says... Think about who whisper you. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« Time to 'making love'... Besides "make love", - is not about love. We do not have an amazing flower. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« Love is a terrible thing, as should be all that is divine... »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« There is something more intimate than love, that feeling of being lost in you, or we thought of you. That's crazy. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« I believed in you, and I see you without force against the scum of moments. My heart is desperate. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« It's scary to think that you're fairy, and you're doing when you're not here, you're a lot more here that when you're here. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« You know you were between me and death. But alas it seems that I was between you and the life. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« My nature abhors a vacuum you. It is a law of my system me. »
Paul Valéry (Lettres à Jean Voilier)

« Put in common what our best and we enrich our mutual differences. »
Paul Valéry

« The end of the day's wife. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« You never know who you sleep with. »
Paul Valéry

« The requirements for a strict Prosody are artifice which gives natural language qualities of a material resistant, foreign to our soul, and as deaf to our desires. »
Paul Valéry

« Three varieties of women: bitches, the boring, the emmerderesses. This last category including those who bring the man to total passivity. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« Any discussion is reduced to give the opponent a fool color or figure of a scoundrel. »
Paul Valéry

« The war, a massacre of people who do not, for the benefit of people who know each other but themselves are not slaughtering them. »
Paul Valéry

« Poetic idea: is the who, put into prose, still claims the verse. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« What we know can be used in everything we do. »
Paul Valéry

« The purpose of psychology is to give us any idea of the things we know best. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« There is not that of true doctrine in art, because you get tired of everything and are ultimately interested in everything. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Nietzsche is not food, it's an exciting. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers)

« Freedom is one of those hateful words that have more value than sense; who sing more that they speak, which require more that they meet. »
Paul Valéry

« The desire for originality is the father of all loans, from all limitations. Nothing original, nothing more self feeding others. »
Paul Valéry

« Kisses, slime of love, low beatitudes, o sea movements of the confused lovers. »
Paul Valéry (Album des Vers anciens)

« Without religions, sciences had not existed, because the human head would not have been used to deviate from the immediate and constant appearance that defines it reality. »
Paul Valéry

« The spirit lives of difference, the gap, the fullness leave inert. »
Paul Valéry

« Understand too early exposed did not realize all that builds or organizes "to understand". »
Paul Valéry

« Circumnavigate the owner itself. »
Paul Valéry

« God created man and couldn't find enough alone, he gave him a female companion to better make him feel his solitude. »
Paul Valéry

« Painting to look at things as they were once contemplated with love. »
Paul Valéry

« Beautiful works are daughters of their shape, which is born before they. »
Paul Valéry

« The issue is human; the too human response. »
Paul Valéry

« Last comes hard. »
Paul Valéry

« There is no finished work, there are only abandoned works. »
Paul Valéry

« But what can a God anything else but a "world"? »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Education is not limited to childhood and adolescence. Teaching is not limited to the school. Life, our environment is our education, and an educator both severe and dangerous. »
Paul Valéry (Variété III)

« The hearts of our friends are often more impenetrable than the hearts of our enemies. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« History is the science of things that will not be repeated. »
Paul Valéry

« Life teaches to pretend to be a man. »
Paul Valéry

« This one makes rich me makes me see everything else what I see every day. »
Paul Valéry

« The true snob is the one who is afraid to admit he's bored and he's fun, when he's having fun. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« These aren't all bad guys who do the most harm in this world. These are clumsy, the careless, the gullible. The bad guys would be powerless without a good amount. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« A man who writes is never alone. »
Paul Valéry (Journal)

« My worms have the sense that we lend them! »
Paul Valéry

« I think, and that makes me pensive. »
Paul Valéry

« The actual agreements are the agreements in ulterior motives. »
Paul Valéry

« The objections are often born of this simple because those who make them have not found themselves the idea they're attacking. »
Paul Valéry

« The rest of us, civilizations, we now know that we are mortal. »
Paul Valéry

« I don't know what is the consciousness of a fool, but that of a man of spirit is full of nonsense. »
Paul Valéry

« We enter the future backwards... »
Paul Valéry

« Believe in human speech, spoken or written, is as essential to humans to rely on the firmness of the ground. »
Paul Valéry

« Some make poetry a so vague idea that they take this wave for the idea of poetry. »
Paul Valéry

« The fool is one who doesn't know how to use, has no idea to use, what it has. Everyone is here. »
Paul Valéry

« They are afraid to die, and they do not fear to live! »
Paul Valéry

« A work of art should always teach us that we had not seen what we see. »
Paul Valéry

« Tradition and progress are two big enemies of mankind. »
Paul Valéry

« Our most important thoughts are those that contradict our feelings. »
Paul Valéry

« How to do nothing? I don't know about more difficult. It's a Herculean task, work at all times. »
Paul Valéry

« The thought is an indefinite temperature. »
Paul Valéry

« Have a wife who does not believe what she sees. »
Paul Valéry

« What unexpected for which there is no provision? »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Everything was clear, us would seem vain. »
Paul Valéry (La jeune Parque)

« The cause of the depopulation? Presence of mind. »
Paul Valéry

« They say that a conviction is strong when she resists the consciousness that it is false. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« The syntax is a Faculty of the soul. »
Paul Valéry (Choses tues)

« Happiness's eyes are closed. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Never say: "Love me". This doesn't help. However God says. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The idea of the past only makes sense and is a value only for the man who is in himself a passion for the future. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« The diploma is the mortal enemy of culture. »
Paul Valéry (Bilan de l'intelligence)

« The strangest thought of the world: there will be men after us. »
Paul Valéry

« The nobility is a mystical property of the seminal liquor. »
Paul Valéry

« We can't emerge from the shadows, even a little, without excite the hatred of many. »
Paul Valéry

« Words give, on average, as many ideas that ideas give words. »
Paul Valéry

« If looks could bear children or kill, the streets would be filled with women pregnant and strewn with bodies. »
Paul Valéry

« Anything that is, if it was, would be very unlikely. »
Paul Valéry

« Great man is he who left after itself others in the lurch. »
Paul Valéry

« Academy: meeting of skilled people and influential people. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers)

« I rarely lost sight; I hated myself, I'm loved me; then, we have grown old together. »
Paul Valéry (Monsieur Teste)

« Nothing makes a man more formidable, more ruthless, more... than the ability to see things as they are. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« When we say that the same causes produce the same effects, nothing. Because the same things happen again - and Moreover we can never know all the causes. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers)

« The fact of being alone, of not knowing anyone in a city, transformed into prison this place without Exchange. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« The self is hateful... but it's the other. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« The style is the result of a special sensitivity to the language. This is not achieved, but this develops. »
Paul Valéry (Etude, science de style)

« The progress of insomnia are remarkable and follow exactly all other progress. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« God knows what metaphysical and geometries the invention of mirrors and windows could result in flies! »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« Who can attack the reasoning attacks the reasoner. »
Paul Valéry

« Enhancements further excludes the search for perfection. Perfect is opposed to perfect. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« There's me more me than others. »
Paul Valéry

« Every moment falls at every moment in the imagination. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« Any policy tends to treat men like things. »
Paul Valéry

« Power without abuse loses the charm. »
Paul Valéry (Cahier B)

« I'm an honest man, I want to say that I agree with most of my actions. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The painter should not do what he sees, but what will be seen. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Which resembles nothing does not exist. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Revolutions are the work of two months in two days, and then undo the work of two centuries in two years. »
Paul Valéry

« The idea is the first and the most humane. "Explain," it's never that describe a way to make: is that again the thought. »
Paul Valéry (L'homme et la coquille)

« It is true that some ages of man are like cross-roads. »
Paul Valéry

« That's what I'm wearing unknown to myself that makes me me. »
Paul Valéry (Monsieur Teste)

« The fierce pride is born especially on the occasion of impotence. »
Paul Valéry

« One bad thing is something that is not yet successful. »
Paul Valéry

« Simple is always false. What is not is unusable. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Wake up made dreams a reputation they do not deserve. »
Paul Valéry

« Everyone hides something to someone, and each one, something to oneself. There are therefore two sides of sincerity. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« What if the self is hateful, love your neighbor as yourself becomes a terrible irony. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Any doctrine necessarily presents itself as a more advantageous than the other case. It therefore depends on others. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Talk everything you say about yourself: particularly when you're talking about someone else. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Women are a mix of desire to a certain brutality and the requirement of huge ways. They love the strength, but a force that sometimes tilts, and a tiger who sometimes eats and sometimes is bedside. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The neck is a mystery to the eye. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The definition of the beautiful is easy: it is what despair. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« Freedom: this is one of those hateful words that are more valuable than sense, who sing more they don't speak. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« The mind is absurd by what he seeks, it is large by what he finds. »
Paul Valéry

« No one likes to consider his misfortunes as his legitimate children. »
Paul Valéry

« The masters are those who show us what is possible in the order of the impossible. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« Meditate in philosophy, it's back to the familiar strange and the strange, face the real. »
Paul Valéry

« Little minds are concerned to consider the question before providing the answer. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« Maybe is the France the only country where the ridiculous has played a historic role. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« Just remember that among men there was only two relationships: the logic or the war. »
Paul Valéry

« Youth is a time during which the conventions are, and must be, poorly understood: or blindness fought, or blindly obeyed. »
Paul Valéry (Monsieur Teste)

« The man feels free. But my strong arm often does feel no weight. It only weighs not less. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« A very dangerous state: believe understand. »
Paul Valéry

« Sometimes I think; and sometimes I am. »
Paul Valéry

« Nothing more rare that give no importance to things that have no importance. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Engineering is a habit that take some. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The natural is boring. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The future is what it was. »
Paul Valéry

« In any useless thing, it must be divine or do not interfere. »
Paul Valéry (Choses tues)

« The nude had basically only two meanings in the spirits: sometimes the symbol of beauty and sometimes that obscene. »
Paul Valéry (Degas, danse, dessin)

« Our contradictions are the essence of our activity of mind. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« Any moral prophesies. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Interesting times is always an enigmatic era that promises little rest, prosperity, continuity, security. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« The number of our enemies grows in proportion to the increase in our importance. So is the number of our friends. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« What there is more profound in humans is skin. »
Paul Valéry (L’idée fixe)

« I better be read several times by one only once per several. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« Bad thoughts come from the heart. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« If the State is strong, it crushes us. If it is low we are perishing. »
Paul Valéry

« Our knowledge is largely "believe to know", and believe that others know. »
Paul Valéry (L'Homme et la coquille)

« I don't see the point of another measure of knowledge as the actual power it confers. I don't know what I do. »
Paul Valéry (L'homme et la coquille)

« The French have more faith in the man they have illusions about men. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« The events themselves are requested as a food. If there is point this morning some great misfortune in the world, we feel a certain vacuum. "There nothing today in the newspapers", they say. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« Be yourself! But yourself is worth? »
Paul Valéry

« A smart woman is a woman with which one can be as silly as you want. »
Paul Valéry

« My modesty is great. When it is rising on the tips, she gets almost to the navel to my pride. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« Great men die twice: once as a man, and once as great. »
Paul Valéry (Cahier B)

« Animals, who do nothing useless, slander not on death. »
Paul Valéry (Les nouvelles nourritures)

« The contempt of the God for the human spirits is marked by miracles. »
Paul Valéry (Suite)

« A Venus is difficult to paint because it carries all the perfections, it is almost impossible to make it truly attractive. »
Paul Valéry

« The brain of the poets is a sea floor resting place of shells. »
Paul Valéry

« Theology plays with the truth like a cat with a mouse. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Love is a brief seizure. »
Paul Valéry

« Women love the strength, but a force that sometimes tilts, and a tiger who sometimes eats and sometimes is bedside. »
Paul Valéry

« Unfortunately, there are in each philosopher an evil genius who responds, and responds to everything. »
Paul Valéry

« Put the laughs on your side - and the boat capsized. It pays you with them in the vulgar. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Despise your neighbor as yourself. »
Paul Valéry

« Death is an act of the heart. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« With women, it's always the same thing; first to the arm, then hug, then on the arm. With them, we're going every time small words with big words and finally, the big words. »
Paul Valéry

« We talk more willingly what is unclear. Because that's what we think. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« History is the most dangerous that the chemistry of the intellect has developed. »
Paul Valéry (De l'histoire)

« The pain is still question and the pleasure, answer. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« The future is the most sensitive plot of the moment. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« Any social State requires the fictions. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« The deep purpose of the artist is to give more than he has. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers)

« The style for the writer as well as for the painter, is a question not of technique but vision. »
Paul Valéry

« It must be if excuse to do, nothing hurts more. »
Paul Valéry (Moralités)

« Health, it is the silence of the organs. »
Paul Valéry

« The philosophy is neither more nor less serious than a suite in d minor. »
Paul Valéry

« Superiority as a cause of impotence: be unable to a foolishness that can be "advantageous". »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The poem does not die having lived: it is made expressly to rise from the ashes and become indefinitely what it has been. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« History justifies what you want. She teaches absolutely nothing, because it contains everything and gives examples of everything. »
Paul Valéry (De l'Histoire)

« Nothing is more human than divine. »
Paul Valéry

« Hope is a skepticism. It's doubt of misfortune a moment. »
Paul Valéry

« Those who understand do understand that we don't understand. And they doubt that they understand. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« All holy spirit seen under the microscope is a swarm of elements of dementia. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« Permission to kill, only to the perfectly happy. »
Paul Valéry

« Europe will become what it is in reality, i.e.: a small cap on the Asian continent? »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« There are that are true to not have what lie. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« We have contracted this strange habit to hold for mediocre any artist that doesn't begin by shock and by being insulted or mocked enough. »
Paul Valéry (Degas Danse Dessin)

« Metaphysician - man talking too soon. Wait forever that you know a little more. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« Politics is in the will of conquest and power conservation; It requires, therefore, a constraint or action of illusion on the spirits, which are the material of all power. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« Make the sign of culture, sign of the times and foolishness of spelling. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The only shape keeps works of the mind. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« Intellectuals? Those who give values to which has point. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« Lies and credulity mate and generate opinion. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« Nothing could be more dangerous than the man who is well and think bad. The opposite or the symmetric of the hypocrite is very formidable. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« Vanity, large enemy of selfishness, can lead to all the effects of love of the neighbour. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The literary masterpiece of the France is perhaps his prose abstract, whose back is nowhere. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« What is the true individual, and himself more, it is possible - its history from that incertainement. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« The first movement of each is to consult the books; the first movement of others is to look at things. »
Paul Valéry

« I'm not always in my opinion. »
Paul Valéry (Carnets)

« I call technicians who are wrong according to the rules. »
Paul Valéry

« There are things that can be said to others; and others that we can say to oneself. »
Paul Valéry

« The bitterness just almost always do not receive more than you give. The feeling of not getting a good deal. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Religion provides men words, acts, gestures and thoughts for the circumstances where they don't know what to say, what to do, imagine that. »
Paul Valéry

« The largest part of the body is to suffer. Any body who made themselves known is already suspicious of disorder. Blessed silence of the machines that work well. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« The dream is the phenomenon that we observe that during his absence. The word dream has almost no present. I'm dreaming, you're dreaming. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« All metaphysics is the result of a misuse of words. »
Paul Valéry

« A well-defined feeling is one mutilated. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« Excellent not to find the right word - this can prove that we consider one of mind without whether you like. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« The facility does not explain everything. and the vice has its trails as challenging than those of virtue. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The finite world time starts. »
Paul Valéry

« Wisdom has nothing to do with the soul: the soul has no spirit. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« I am honest man, having never killed, never stolen or breached, only in my imagination. I wouldn't be honest man without these crimes. »
Paul Valéry (Suite)

« What we call "a work of art" is the result of an action whose end goal is cause someone infinite developments. »
Paul Valéry (L'Infini Esthétique)

« All nations were present reasons, or past, or future of incomparable. And besides, they are. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« Please don't call Science that all of the recipes that always succeed. All the rest is literature. »
Paul Valéry (Moralités)

« The purpose of the spirit is to be self-satisfied in front of oneself. It does not last. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« All parts of campaign end up itching. »
Paul Valéry

« The words are part of us more than nerves. We know our brain only by hearsay. »
Paul Valéry

« If there is point this morning some great misfortune in the world, we feel a certain vacuum. »
Paul Valéry

« Be light as the bird, not the pen. »
Paul Valéry

« The thoughts that are kept for itself are lost. »
Paul Valéry

« The policy was initially art to prevent people to meddle in regards to them. A next time, it added the art of compelling people to decide on what they hear not. »
Paul Valéry

« The man is leaning against his death as the talker to the fireplace. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Some are stupid enough to love; others to hate each other. Two ways to go wrong. »
Paul Valéry

« We're accessible to flattery insofar as oneself we boasts. »
Paul Valéry (Autres rhumbs)

« A poorly observed fact is more pernicious than a bad reasoning. »
Paul Valéry

« Things he did and the nonsense he did not share the regrets of the man. »
Paul Valéry

« "Determinism" is the only way to represent the world. And the indeterminism, the only way to exist there. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« What interests me is not always important to me. »
Paul Valéry

« In the profession of philosopher it is essential to understand. »
Paul Valéry

« Reviews: the dirtiest Pug can be a fatal injury. It enough that he has rabies. »
Paul Valéry

« The Angel differs from the Devil by a reflection that did not yet appear to him. »
Paul Valéry (Tel Quel)

« Politeness, it's organized indifference. »
Paul Valéry

« Fools believe that joke it is not being serious and that a set of words is not an answer. »
Paul Valéry

« Wars, these are men who kill each other because other people who know each other very well fail to come to an agreement. »
Paul Valéry

« The philosopher does not really more than his Cook. »
Paul Valéry

« If two people are blurred, they were a little too well together. »
Paul Valéry

« Indefinitely thorough job leads to the spirit that we can hope to have. »
Paul Valéry

« The ear is the preferred meaning of attention. Somehow, she keeps the border on the side where the view is unclear. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Freedom assume ignorance. »
Paul Valéry

« Love exists as his imagined object exists less. »
Paul Valéry

« A philosophy must be portable. »
Paul Valéry

« The gestures of the speaker are metaphors. »
Paul Valéry

« Everything is foretold by the dictionary. »
Paul Valéry

« Who wants to do great things must think deeply about the details. »
Paul Valéry

« External ambition has a kind of despair or abandonment of the inner ambition for condition. »
Paul Valéry

« The genius of Newton was to say that the Moon is falling so that everyone can see that it does not fall. »
Paul Valéry

« What we can blame the philosophy, is that it doesn't help. »
Paul Valéry

« The man quite often knows what he does, he never knows what does what he does. »
Paul Valéry

« The unwritten Word found before searching. »
Paul Valéry

« My reputation, is not this the sad effort that I am obliged to imitate the false image you think of me? »
Paul Valéry

« Most of the crimes are acts of sleepwalking, morality would be to wake up in time the sleeper. »
Paul Valéry

« The events are the scum of things. »
Paul Valéry

« It of life and not death, who separates the soul from the body. »
Paul Valéry

« The businessman, it is a hybrid of the dancer and the calculator. »
Paul Valéry (Rhumbs)

« You must enter by yourself armed to the teeth. »
Paul Valéry

« Freedom arises from the greater rigour. »
Paul Valéry

« The awakening begins as another dream. »
Paul Valéry

« He must judge cold and act hot. »
Paul Valéry

« A bad experience is better than good advice. »
Paul Valéry

« Remember growing Nations that in nature there is no tree, placed in the best light, soil and ground conditions, to grow and to expand indefinitely. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« What could be more original than good delicately done? Isn't - this point stand out from fellow but to love? »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« It is not nation more open, or probably more mysterious than the French; point of nation easier to observe and believe know for the first time. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« Everything you say is about you: particularly when you're talking about someone else. »
Paul Valéry

« I don't know anything more crazy, and however more vulgar, of wanting to be right. »
Paul Valéry

« There are some things the other only derive from us. It is things that we derive that from others. »
Paul Valéry

« There are critics who remain "critical" time thought not. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« Every thought is an exception to a general rule which is not think about. »
Paul Valéry

« An education that does not teach to ask questions is bad. »
Paul Valéry

« Nothing beautiful can be summed up. »
Paul Valéry

« The space is an imaginary body as the time a fictitious movement. »
Paul Valéry

« If everyone has good opinion of a bad deal, it is a good deal. »
Paul Valéry

« Harmonic system of men running requires that everyone be neither less nor more than his job. »
Paul Valéry

« Everything you say talking about you; especially when you're talking about someone else. »
Paul Valéry

« What is simple is wrong, but what isn't it is unusable. »
Paul Valéry

« The philosopher is an artist who won't agree to be. »
Paul Valéry

« A serious man has little ideas. A man of ideas is never serious. »
Paul Valéry

« Write chains. Keep your freedom. »
Paul Valéry

« When we reach the goal, we believe that the path has been good. »
Paul Valéry

« A trip is an operation that maps of the cities at times. »
Paul Valéry

« Our more clear ideas are daughters of a dark work. »
Paul Valéry

« The lyricism is the development of an exclamation. »
Paul Valéry

« It is much simpler to build a universe that explain how a man standing on his feet. Ask Aristotle, Descartes, Leibniz and a few others. »
Paul Valéry

« All acts, the most complete is the building. »
Paul Valéry

« Farewell, said the dying to the mirror that is handed out, we won't see more. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The idea of justice is basically an idea of theater, outcome, return to balance; After that, he has nothing. Let's go. Finished the drama. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The ideal is a way to snub. »
Paul Valéry

« Write to publish, it is art to accommodate the remains. »
Paul Valéry

« The right is the interlude of the forces. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« How can you be so far away from what one has more closely? »
Paul Valéry

« The man invented the power of missing things. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Truth is not only compliance but value. Those who possess it, have it; alone. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« A State is stronger it can keep in him which lives and acts against him. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Youth is a way to say that changes fairly quickly in a way no longer even able to err. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« There is no universal what is rude enough to be. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« God made all of nothing. But nothing pierces. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The real can be expressed only by the absurd. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The need again is sign of fatigue or weakness of mind, who asks what he lacks. Because there is nothing that is new. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The religious debate is no longer between religions, but between those who believe that believe has value, and others. »
Paul Valéry (Tel Quel)

« Most don't which doesn't have a name; and most believe in the existence of anything that has a name. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Death speaks to us in a deep voice to say nothing. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The talent of a man is what lack us to despise or destroy what he has done. »
Paul Valéry

« The enthusiasm is not a State of mind of the writer. »
Paul Valéry

« If we do good, we do what we love. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« That things should be ignored for Act! »
Paul Valéry

« We take refuge in what is not known. It's in there of what we know. The unknown is the hope of hope. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Fashion being the imitation of who wants to stand by those who will not be distinguished, the result is that it changes automatically. »
Paul Valéry (Tel Quel)

« Death is a surprise that made the inconceivable conceivable. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Fatigue of the senses creates. The vacuum created. Darkness create. Silence creates. The incident creates. Everything created, except the one who signs and endorses the work. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The new has irresistible attractions for the spirits who are asking the simple change their maximum excitement. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The job of intellectuals is to stir all things under their signs, names or symbols without the counterweight of the actual action. As a result, their words are amazing, their dangerous policies, their superficial pleasures. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Really good is the rare man who ever don't blame people of the ills happening to them. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The expression of the true feeling is always trivial. It is true, the more banal. Because we must look to not be. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The man is an animal locked out of his cage. He stirs out of itself. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« A classic writer is a writer who conceals or absorbed the Association of ideas. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« A man passes to volunteer; but inside, there only used to want. Wanting him is the easiest. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The difficult is to repel what stops you to be yourself - without pushing at the same time forcing you to be. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The analysis is sometimes a way to disgust in detail of what was bearable as a whole. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« What does a fool? Maybe what a undemanding spirit that is content with little. Would a wise a fool. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The action is a brief madness. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Always we are interrupted, never we are completed. »
Paul Valéry (Fontaine)

« Never the object of a poet is and cannot be to teach us that it is raining. »
Paul Valéry (Propos sur la poésie)

« The golden calf? It will be worth less tomorrow than the natural calf. »
Paul Valéry (Mon faust)

« Tenderness is tend to indulge in any weakness in the sweetness of being weak. But whence this "fun"? This weakness, it is true, this tenderness - something of extreme force. »
Paul Valéry (Mélanges)

« It seems therefore, that the company is not managed, or that she is not a serious matter. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Nothing original, nothing more "self" of feeding others. But we need to digest them. The lion is made of similar sheep. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« That gives us, hates us; same assignor to the sweetness and the caress. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Death takes away all serious to life. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The thoughts, the emotions all naked are as low as naked men. Therefore, clothe them. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Punishment depresses morality because it gives the crime over compensation. »
Paul Valéry (Tel Quel)

« Randomness is the freedom of the things, the impression we have of the plurality and the indifference of the solutions. »
Paul Valéry (Tel Quel)

« The spirit, told me a man in mind, this is just stupidity on the move; and the genius is stupidity in fury. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Philosophy in verse, it was, and is again, wanting to play chess according to the rules of the game of Lady. »
Paul Valéry (Tel Quel)

« Eternity is those who have time to waste. It is a form of leisure. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The truth is a way. It is not the only one. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« The spirits are worth as they require. I am worth what I want. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Modern man is a slave to modernity: there is no progress, that's not at his most complete servitude. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« The dream is a hypothesis, since we never know than by the memory, but this memory is necessarily a fabrication. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« There are simple things science and art of complicated things. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« If all men were also informed, also critical, and especially also brave, any society would be impossible! »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« The modern is content with little. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The world only as good as the extremes and lasts only through. It only as good as the ultras and lasts only by the moderates. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Great men are those whose mistakes do not count. Their loss even fulfills them. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« One thing that we know by the newspapers and books, we can swear that there are no. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« The optimist and the pessimist opposed than what is not. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« It is impossible to understand and to punish both. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Any criticism, all blame is to say: I'm not you. »
Paul Valéry (Rhumbs)

« The little facts unexplained always contain what reverse all the explanations of the major facts. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« A businessman is a cross between a dancer and a calculating machine. »
Paul Valéry

« Mind condemns what it do not envy. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« Nothing could be more difficult not to be yourself or be that far we want. »
Paul Valéry (Anthologie des poètes de la N.R.F.)

« The family is an environment where the minimum of pleasure with the maximum of gene mix together. »
Paul Valéry (Tel Quel)

« What is terrible in death, is not to be defeated, but to fight. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The happy man is the one who ends up with pleasure in the morning, acknowledges that he likes to be. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« Specific ideas often lead to doing nothing. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« The end of the world... God turns and says: "I had a dream". »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« No nation likes to consider his misfortunes as his legitimate children. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« The truth needs to lie - because how to define without contrast? »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« Entire philosophy could be reduced to laboriously search that we know of course. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« We don't really think of itself and one is self when we can't think of anything. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Who blushes knows a little more that he should learn. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« Is the philosophy not, after all, to pretend to ignore what is known and what is unknown? »
Paul Valéry (L'Homme et la coquille)

« Each atom of silence is the chance of a ripe fruit. »
Paul Valéry (Poésies)

« The memories are lost jewels. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Please self of pride; to others, vanity. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« If is an essential instrument of mental action. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« It is rarely laugh only because it is surprising difficult to yourself. »
Paul Valéry (Psychologie)

« The books have the same enemies as humans: the fire, the wet, animals, time, and their own content. »
Paul Valéry (Moralités)

« Love is being stupid together. »
Paul Valéry (La Soirée avec monsieur Teste)

« The baccalaureate is the certificate that gives the State and demonstrating to all that the young DOE knows absolutely nothing. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers)

« Proverb for the powerful: If someone lick boots, put his foot on it until it starts to bite. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The reasons that make that it refrains from crime are more shameful, more secret than the crimes. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« The great triumph of the opponent is to make you believe what he says about you. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The time where the child becomes aware of the power of her crying is not different than where it actually a means of pressure and Government. »
Paul Valéry (Autres rhumbs)

« Life is barely a little older than death. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« By the common myth of happiness, we can do men about what you want, and whatever one wants women. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« It is nothing which is not fixed. What is fixed is dead. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Happiness is the most cruel of the weapons in the hands of time. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Consciousness reigns and does not govern. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« What would we do without the help of what does not exist? »
Paul Valéry (Petite lettre sur les mythes)

« Two dangers continue to threaten the world; the order and disorder. »
Paul Valéry

« The man of genius is one who gives me. »
Paul Valéry

« The existence of the neighbors is the only defence of nations against a perpetual civil war. »
Paul Valéry (Regards sur le monde actuel)

« The poet dedicates himself and burns to define and construct a language in the language. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« A man who renounce the world is in the condition to understand. »
Paul Valéry (Variété)

« You don't read me if you already understood me. »
Paul Valéry (Lettre sur Mallarmé)

« A single man is always in bad company. »
Paul Valéry (Dialogues)

« Which has been believed everywhere, by everyone and forever, has all chances to be false. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Is man worth to disturb a God to the "create"? »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« We are made to ignore that we are not free. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« You not telling me anything if you don't tell me how to do something. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« The hope is to live, but like on a tightrope. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Intelligence - ability to recognize his mischief. »
Paul Valéry (Cahiers I)

« A leader is a man who needs the other. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« A competent man is a man who is wrong according to the rules. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Men are distinguished by what they show and are similar in what they hide. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« What occupies the most, that's what we are talking about the least. Which is always in the mind, is almost never on the lips. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« The weakness of the force is to believe that force. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« Talent without genius isn't much. The genius without talent is nothing. »
Paul Valéry (Mélange)

« The taste is made of a thousand dislikes. »
Paul Valéry (Choses tues)

« It's sometimes a thorn hidden and unbearable that we have in the flesh that makes us tough and hard with everyone. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises Pensées et autres)

« What is the best in the new is what meets a former desire. »
Paul Valéry (Littérature)

« Man is absurd by what he seeks, by what he finds. »
Paul Valéry (Moralités)

« Politics is the art of preventing people to meddle in regards to them. »
Paul Valéry (Rhumbs)

« These are the questions that make the philosopher. »
Paul Valéry (Autres Rhumbs)

« The poem, this prolonged hesitation between sound and meaning. »
Paul Valéry (Tel quel)

« Every man knows a prodigious amount of things he knows he knows. »
Paul Valéry (Mauvaises pensées et autres)

« It is by copying we invent. »
Paul Valéry

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