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#12277
« I live close to the one I love, never I don't cause any trouble, and her grief will not dare approach me dark, ignored, forgotten. »
Denis Diderot (Lettres à Sophie Volland, Gallimard, lettre du 21 juillet 1765)


#12278
« Away our pleasures, it is often serve us; do expect happiness, give his friend a nice perspective. »
Denis Diderot (Lettres à Sophie Volland, Gallimard, lettre du 18 octobre 1760)


#12279
« Premonitions which it is impossible to defend themselves, these are especially those presenting themselves at the point where the thing is happening far from us, and who have a symbolic air. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12280
« Everything that we happen to good and bad down here is written up there. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12281
« That it is easy to make the tales! »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12282
« Never pay in advance, if you do not want to be ill-served. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12283
« Because what it says up there, we don't know what we want or what we're doing, and we follow his fancy called reason, or his reason which is often only a dangerous fantasy that runs sometimes well, sometimes badly. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12284
« The truth is often cold, common and flat (...). »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12285
« It is better to detect a weakness that let suspect a defect. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12286
« We forgive the misfortune. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12287
« This is what one is master to become or not to become in love? And when we are, we master to act as if wasn't it? »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12288
« A man happy is he whose happiness is written up there; and therefore one whose misfortune is written up there, is an unhappy man. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12289
« Crazy (...) he's a dangerous man; and therefore a happy man is wise. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12290
« If the sea was boiling, there is, as they say, well cooked fish. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12291
« Don't admit to the participation of the mysteries than bleeding hearts and strong and fiery imaginations. »
Denis Diderot


#12292
« Everywhere where it won't, read I love you. »
Denis Diderot (Lettres à Sophie Volland, Gallimard, lettre du 10 juillet 1759)


#12293
« Never passion was more justified by reason than mine. »
Denis Diderot (Lettres à Sophie Volland, Gallimard, lettre de juillet 1759)


#12294
« Nothing people as beggars. »
Denis Diderot


#12295
« If the reason ruled over men, if she had on the heads of nations the empire that it is due, they wouldn't show point indulge mindlessly in the fury of war. »
Denis Diderot (Encyclopédie)


#12296
« I don't know what principles or rules prescribed to others for himself. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12297
« Only exhaustion seems to force the princes to peace; they always realize too late that the blood of the citizen is involved in the enemy. »
Denis Diderot (Encyclopédie)


#12298
« The man is the single term be leave and to bring it all back. »
Denis Diderot


#12299
« What characterizes the philosopher and distinguishes it from the vulgar, it's that he admits nothing without evidence, that he acquiesces point to misleading notions and he asks exactly the limits of the certain, the probable and the dubious. »
Denis Diderot (Lettre à Sophie Volland - 26 Septembre 1762)


#12300
« The purpose of an encyclopedia is to collect knowledge scattered on the surface of the Earth; to expose the general system to the men with whom we live, and to transmit to men who will come after us. »
Denis Diderot (L’Encyclopédie)


#12301
« History provides us with examples of violated peace, wars, unjust and cruel, devastated fields, cities reduced to ashes. »
Denis Diderot (Encyclopédie)


#12302
« Merrier by chance; but we're not inside by State. »
Denis Diderot (Essais sur la peinture)


#12303
« Jump to extremes, that is the rule of the poet. Keep all a happy medium, that's happiness. »
Denis Diderot


#12304
« There is perhaps no joy comparable to that of the mother who sees her firstborn. »
Denis Diderot (Sur les femmes)


#12305
« Experience is the memory of a lot of things. »
Denis Diderot (Hobbisme)


#12306
« Do you know who are bad fathers? These are those who have forgotten the mistakes of their youth. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12307
« Duties of the burial are not the last duties of the friends. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12308
« Don't prescribe to your regret of another term as that time will be. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12309
« Fanaticism to barbarism, there is only one step. »
Denis Diderot (Essai sur le mérite de la vertu)


#12310
« Under any government whatsoever, nature asked limits to the misery of the people. Beyond these limits, it is death, or the leak, or revolt. »
Denis Diderot


#12311
« What did the caresses of two lovers, when they cannot be the expression of the infinite case they do them same? »
Denis Diderot (Sophie Volland)


#12312
« A Word is not the thing, but a Flash in the light of which it can be seen. »
Denis Diderot


#12313
« This isn't the shroud that pretended to be dead. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12314
« Having slaves is nothing; What is intolerable is to have citizens calling them slaves. »
Denis Diderot


#12315
« The early human lives, drinks, eats with the stupid that surround it, but converse with the future. »
Denis Diderot (Falconet - 15 Février 1766)


#12316
« A man of heart ought not to enter at most of the major, or must leave his feelings at the door. »
Denis Diderot (Les bijoux indiscrets)


#12317
« A man of letters can have a mistress who do books; but his wife to do shirts. »
Denis Diderot


#12318
« The best doctor is the one after which we run without finding. »
Denis Diderot


#12319
« When you want to write about women, must dip his pen in the Rainbow and shake the dust of the butterfly wings on his line. »
Denis Diderot


#12320
« If it is important to be sublime in kind, especially in bad. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12321
« No huge frills, each condition feels miserable. »
Denis Diderot


#12322
« All beggars are reconciled to the bowl. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12323
« What today is a paradox for us will be a proven truth for posterity. »
Denis Diderot


#12324
« What could force us to good, could also force us to evil. »
Denis Diderot


#12325
« The condition of a dopey people is worse than that of a gross people. »
Denis Diderot (Lettre sur le commerce de la librairie)


#12326
« They say that the desire is born from the will, the opposite, it is desire that is born will. The desire is son of the organization. »
Denis Diderot


#12327
« The Evangelical perfection is that deadly art to stifle the nature... »
Denis Diderot (Lettre à Sophie Volland)


#12328
« If there are one hundred thousand damned to a save, the devil always has the advantage, without giving up his son to death. »
Denis Diderot


#12329
« A historian who assume his characters speech that they were not required, can also assume their actions they did not. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12330
« It is the fate of almost all men of genius; they are not within reach of their century; they write for the next generation. »
Denis Diderot (Lettre sur le commerce de la librairie)


#12331
« When I promise myself a happy life, I promise myself long. »
Denis Diderot (Sophie Volland)


#12332
« It unites projects of an eternal being in the span of a mayfly. »
Denis Diderot (Correspondance)


#12333
« We know hate but we do not know love. »
Denis Diderot (Sophie Volland)


#12334
« We have so much indulgence when there is no love. »
Denis Diderot (Sophie Volland)


#12335
« My ideas are my strumpets. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12336
« It is not always a language proper to his heart. »
Denis Diderot (Lettre à Sophie Volland)


#12337
« We always tight against her breast that we love and the art of writing is that art to extend his arms. »
Denis Diderot (Lettre à Sophie Volland)


#12338
« Freedom to write and speak with impunity marks the extreme kindness of the prince or the slavery of the people: it allows to say that at one who can't do anything. »
Denis Diderot


#12339
« Where're wrong us, it's the prodigious variety of our actions, attached to the habit we have taken at birth to confuse the volunteer with the free. »
Denis Diderot


#12340
« There is more homeland; I don't see from one pole to the other tyrants and slaves. »
Denis Diderot


#12341
« The good nun is one that brings some great fault to atone in the cloister. »
Denis Diderot (La religieuse)


#12342
« Common men do the sober passions. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12343
« The man is perhaps that the monster of women, or the monster of human woman. »
Denis Diderot (Le Rêve d'Alembert)


#12344
« Let us hasten to make popular philosophy. If we want that the philosophers walk forward, approaching the people to the point where are the philosophers. »
Denis Diderot (De l'interprétation de la nature)


#12345
« What is a paradox, if not a truth that is opposed to the prejudices of the vulgar. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12346
« What's more common to believe two nose to the face, and to mock those who thinks two holes ass. »
Denis Diderot (Les Bijoux indiscrets)


#12347
« Tear escaping from the man really man affects us more than all the crying woman. »
Denis Diderot (Paradoxe sur le comédien)


#12348
« What have we done? What you, me and all the others do: good, evil and nothing. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12349
« It is the extreme sensitivity that makes the mediocre actors; It's the poor sensitivity that makes the multitude of bad actors; and that is the absolute lack of sensitivity that prepares the sublime actors. »
Denis Diderot (Paradoxe sur le comédien)


#12350
« The villain is a robust child. »
Denis Diderot


#12351
« The allegory, the regular resource of sterile minds. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12352
« The calculation that you find so bad yet is all the passions. Years of pursuit, for the enjoyment of a moment. »
Denis Diderot (Lettres à Sophie Volland)


#12353
« It is rare that the heart lie; but we don't like to listen to it. »
Denis Diderot (Lettres à Sophie Volland)


#12354
« That is the beauty of imitation? Compliance of the image with the thing. »
Denis Diderot (Discours sur la poésie dramatique)


#12355
« Contempt is a cold feeling, growing to no violent process. »
Denis Diderot (Essai sur les règles de Claude et de Néron)


#12356
« The advantages of the lie are a moment, and those of truth are eternal; but unfortunate result of the truth, when she, pass quickly, and those of the lie end with him. »
Denis Diderot (Le rêve d'Alembert)


#12357
« Almost all conversations are made accountable. »
Denis Diderot (Le rêve d'Alembert)


#12358
« The only difference I know between death and life, is that now you live in mass, and that dissolved, scattered in molecules, in twenty years here you will live in detail. »
Denis Diderot (Lettre à Sophie Volland - 15 Octobre 1759)


#12359
« The war is a result of the depravity of men; It's a disease convulsive and violent political body; He is healthy, that is in its natural state, when it enjoys peace. »
Denis Diderot (L’ Encyclopédie)


#12360
« God did neither master nor servant, I don't want to give or receive laws. »
Denis Diderot


#12361
« The foolish occupation that we stop constantly to have fun, or we make blush than we took... that of the critic. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées détachées sur la peinture, la sculpture et la poésie)


#12362
« There are many ways to be happy that there are individuals. »
Denis Diderot (Observations sur l’instruction de S.M.I. aux députés pour la confection des lois)


#12363
« The word is a kind of painting, whose thought is the original. »
Denis Diderot (L’ Encyclopédie)


#12364
« The poet received the quality that distinguishes the man of genius of nature: the imagination. »
Denis Diderot


#12365
« Our real sense is not one in which we have never wavered, but one whereby we more usually returned. »
Denis Diderot


#12366
« It is perhaps in craftsmen to pick the finest evidence of the wisdom of the spirit, his patience and its resources. »
Denis Diderot


#12367
« Observation collects facts; reflection combines them; experience checks the result of the combination. »
Denis Diderot


#12368
« Life would be a nice comedy, if it didn't play a role. »
Denis Diderot


#12369
« Disbelief is sometimes the vice of a fool, and the gullibility of the failure of a man in mind. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12370
« If you know me little to appreciate what I'm telling you, you should know - me in a lot of what I tell you. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12371
« The true glory is neither to die, nor to live, but to make one and the other. »
Denis Diderot (Essais sur les règnes de Claude et de Néron)


#12372
« I think we have more ideas than words; How many felt things that shall not be named! »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12373
« It is an act of cowardice commune than to sacrifice a good man to the amusement of others. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12374
« Abolish the crime, is to abolish the law. »
Denis Diderot (Entretiens avec Catherine II)


#12375
« A State reeling when one household malcontents. He touches his ruin when you raise them to the first dignities. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12376
« I can forgive all men, except ingratitude, injustice and inhumanity. »
Denis Diderot (La religieuse)


#12377
« More you can find reason in a man you'll find in him of probity. »
Denis Diderot (Encyclopédie)


#12378
« It is compensated for the loss of his innocence by his prejudices. »
Denis Diderot


#12379
« What is the truth? The conformity of our judgments with human beings. »
Denis Diderot (Discours sur la poésie dramatique)


#12380
« The indecent is not nude but troussé him. »
Denis Diderot


#12381
« The beauties have the same basis as the truths in philosophy in the arts. »
Denis Diderot (Discours sur la poésie dramatique)


#12382
« Boredom of what amuses the multitude is the sequel to the real taste for virtue. »
Denis Diderot (Discours sur la poésie dramatique)


#12383
« Passions destroy more prejudice than philosophy. And how the lie their stand? Sometimes, they undermine the truth. »
Denis Diderot (Discours sur la poésie dramatique)


#12384
« He who scatters his looks on everything sees nothing, or is unclear. »
Denis Diderot


#12385
« The recommendation of a death is very little with the living. »
Denis Diderot


#12386
« Recognition is a burden and all burden is made to be shaken. »
Denis Diderot (Maximes et pensées)


#12387
« Do not imagine God too good or bad. Justice is between the excess of mercy and cruelty, as well as the finished sentences are between impunity and the eternal punishment. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12388
« God: a father like this, it better not be. »
Denis Diderot


#12389
« Because a man is wrong to not believe in God, are we right to name-calling? There is recourse to the invective when there is a lack of evidence. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12390
« The idea that there is no God does shake nobody; We tremble rather that there is a. »
Denis Diderot (Addition aux pensées philosophiques)


#12391
« So what is this God? A God of goodness... Would a good God enjoy swimming in tears? »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12392
« Say that man is a compound of strength and weakness, of light and blindness, of smallness and greatness, is not to make him his trial, is to define it. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12393
« Be enthusiastic about his job to Excel at. »
Denis Diderot


#12394
« Work, among other benefits, has that to shorten the days and extend life. »
Denis Diderot


#12395
« There are often give wisdom air of madness, in order to provide its inputs. »
Denis Diderot


#12396
« Should of morality and virtue to those who obey. »
Denis Diderot


#12397
« The money of fools is the heritage of the people of spirit. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12398
« Indifference is the wise and insensitivity monsters. »
Denis Diderot (Encyclopédie)


#12399
« No man received the right to order other nature. »
Denis Diderot (Encyclopédie)


#12400
« Take away the fear of hell a Christian, and you ôterez him his belief. »
Denis Diderot (Addition aux pensées philosophiques)


#12401
« We never know what Heaven wants or doesn't want to, and he knows maybe nothing himself. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12402
« Travelers speak of a species of wild men that blow to the passing of poison needles. It is the image of our critics. »
Denis Diderot (Discours sur la poésie dramatique)


#12403
« Engineering feels; but it not be imitated point. »
Denis Diderot (Discours sur la poésie dramatique)


#12404
« The language of the heart is a thousand times more varied than that of the spirit, and it is impossible to give the rules of his dialectic. »
Denis Diderot (Lettre à Sophie Volland)


#12405
« The Christian God is a father who made much of his apples, and very little of his children. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12406
« Whatever we do, we can't disgracing herself when you're rich. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12407
« The voice of conscience and honor is low when hoses are screaming. »
Denis Diderot


#12408
« Why punish a guilty when there is no property to be drawn from his punishment. »
Denis Diderot (Addition aux pensées philosophiques)


#12409
« Eloquence is that art to beautify the logic. »
Denis Diderot


#12410
« If the reason is a gift from heaven and could say the same of the faith, the sky made us both present inconsistent and contradictory. »
Denis Diderot (Addition aux pensées philosophiques)


#12411
« Getting killed proves nothing; If we're not the strongest. »
Denis Diderot (Nouvelles pensées philosophiques)


#12412
« There are men whose it is glorious to be hated. »
Denis Diderot


#12413
« There is the difference of the man and his safe between the extended mind and cultivated mind. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées et Fragments)


#12414
« What is useful to human truth that was not discovered one day? »
Denis Diderot (Pages contre un tyran)


#12415
« Keep constantly for enemy that can't count for friend, and don't count for friend who has interest to be. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12416
« The passion for the game is one of the less hidden. It manifests itself, either in the gain, loss, by striking symptoms. »
Denis Diderot (Les bijoux indiscrets)


#12417
« We will never do so many children in times of misery. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12418
« When serving large, always less open-minded than they have. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12419
« The Ambassador has been defined a man clever, educated and false, sent to foreign nations to lie to the public thing. »
Denis Diderot (Entretiens)


#12420
« Long ago the role of wise's dangerous among fools. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12421
« Every day we're sleeping with women that we don't like, and we don't sleep with women we love. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12422
« A present may be in the future the source of a large lot; an evil, the source of great good. »
Denis Diderot (Eloge de Richardson)


#12423
« Not for people who like to talk as people who stutter, not people who like more to than the lame to walk. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12424
« A dance is a poem. »
Denis Diderot (Troisième entretien sur le fils naturel)


#12425
« We don't know what rejoice, nor what grieving in life. The property brings evil, evil brings good. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12426
« It is sweet to have lived well, when one is about to die! »
Denis Diderot (Discours sur la poésie dramatique)


#12427
« It is certain that there are circumstances where one is forced to supplement the nail of the lion, which lack us, by the tail of the Fox. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12428
« The consent of men in society is the Foundation of power. One that is settled by force cannot subsist only by force. »
Denis Diderot (Encyclopédie)


#12429
« Love takes the spirit to those who have and give to those who do not. »
Denis Diderot (Paradoxe sur le comédien)


#12430
« There is a risk to believe too much to believe too little. »
Denis Diderot


#12431
« What whether that man applies, the nature it is intended. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12432
« There is only a single virtue, justice; one duty, to make them happy; One corollary, sometimes despise life. »
Denis Diderot (Entretien avec Catherine II)


#12433
« And that any name will be printed at the head of your book or one engrave on your grave? Did you read your epitaph? »
Denis Diderot (Réfutation suivie de l'ouvrage d'Helvétius)


#12434
« What it has never questioned point proved. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12435
« The happiest man is one who makes the happiness of one greater number of others. »
Denis Diderot (Dictionnaire des hommes)


#12436
« One retains almost nothing without the aid of words, and words almost never to make precisely what one feels. »
Denis Diderot (Pensées détachées sur la peinture, la sculpture et la poésie)


#12437
« The reason without the passions would almost be a King without subjects. »
Denis Diderot (Essai sur les règnes de Claude et Néron)


#12438
« The submission to the General will is the link of all corporations, not excepting those which are formed by the crime. »
Denis Diderot (Encyclopédie)


#12439
« Asked one day someone if there was real atheists. Do you think he answered that there are true Christians? »
Denis Diderot (Pensées philosophiques)


#12440
« It is not necessary to hear a language to translate, since being translated for people who don't hear it. »
Denis Diderot (Les bijoux indiscrets)


#12441
« Woe to him that we talk about too. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12442
« The favorites of the previous reign are never the favorites of the reign that follows. »
Denis Diderot (Les bijoux indiscrets)


#12443
« The most dangerous enemy of a sovereign, it is his wife, if she can do something other than children. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12444
« There is only the passions and the great passions that can elevate the soul to great things. »
Denis Diderot


#12445
« There are only women who know how to love; the men hear nothing... »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12446
« We spend three-quarters of her life trying to do. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12447
« We rely so much on our benefits, it is rare that we used to hide our secret that we filled our bounties. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12448
« Weak men are dogs closed men. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12449
« Jealousy is a feeling that friendship does not always turn off. Nothing so difficult to forgive that deserves it. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12450
« You may be interested that believed true. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le Fataliste et son maître)


#12451
« You better write great things to run small. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12452
« The evening is never more beautiful to me than when I'm happy with my morning. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12453
« We swallow the lie that flatters us to full SIP and drink drip a truth that is bitter. »
Denis Diderot (Le Neveu de Rameau)


#12454
« Who needs a protocol will never go away; geniuses read little, practice a lot and of themselves. »
Denis Diderot (Le neveu de Rameau)


#12455
« Must be required of me that I'm looking for the truth, but not that I find it. »
Denis Diderot


#12456
« I wish I were dead: it is a common wish that proves, at least a few times, there are things more valuable than life. »
Denis Diderot


#12457
« It is not enough to do good, there are still good to do. »
Denis Diderot


#12458
« The first step towards philosophy is incredulity. »
Denis Diderot


#12459
« The things we're talking about the most among men are quite ordinarily we know least. »
Denis Diderot (Recherches Philosophiques sur l’origine et la nature du beau)


#12460
« When we write, should write everything? When we paint it all paint. Please, leave something to supplement my imagination! »
Denis Diderot (Salons)


#12461
« One that is will be studied himself will be well advanced in the knowledge of others. »
Denis Diderot (Règnes de Claude et de Néron)


#12462
« We believe drive the destiny, but it's always him who leads us. »
Denis Diderot (Jacques le fataliste et son maître)


#12463
« The spirit said nice things and is to small. »
Denis Diderot (Sur le génie)


#12464
« Everything is destroyed, all perished, all past: there is that the world that remains, there is only time that lasts. »
Denis Diderot (Salons)


#12465
« When it won't be low, it often takes to be ungrateful. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12466
« Must be allowed the complaint and satire: withdrawn hatred is more dangerous than open hatred. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12467
« When the hatreds erupted, all reconciliations are false. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12468
« Those who you has the flaws of others maintains others of yours. »
Denis Diderot (Opinions des anciens philosophes)


#12469
« We'll talk against senseless laws until we reform them and in the meantime, we we submit blindly. »
Denis Diderot (Supplément au voyage de Bougainville)


#12470
« Passion destroyed more prejudice than philosophy. »
Denis Diderot (Discours sur la poésie dramatique)


#12471
« When the priest promotes innovation, it is bad: when he opposes, it is good. »
Denis Diderot (Principes de politique des souverains)


#12472
« If everything here was excellent, there was nothing great. »
Denis Diderot (Le Neveu de Rameau)


#12473
« Mistakes pass, there is only real remaining. »
Denis Diderot (Pages contre un tyran)


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