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- [Michel de Montaigne] : There is no man so good, who, were he to submit all his thoughts and actions to the laws, would not deserve hanging ten times in his life.
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- Montaigne called his book Essais; the French essayer means to attempt, to try out, and the rather archaic English to essay is cognate.
- Montaigne's preeminent interest was in human beings. Inhuman nature did not much concern him.
- The crucial questions for Montaigne were not the Pascalian obsessions of asking why God put me her and where he will send me when I die, but rather, How do I best spend the time I have been given and which men and women do I really love or admire? It was the life of this world that engaged his passions
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