Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Daily Dose

From The Complete Works, by Michel de Montaigne, translated by Donald Frame


"It might rather be said, it seems to me, that nothing presents itself to us in which there is not some difference, however slight; and that either to the sight or to the touch, there is always something extra that attracts us, though it be imperceptibly."

From Essays, Book II, 14, How our mind hinders itself

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