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Michel de Montaigne – Quotes

“If I study, I seek only the learning that … instructs me in how to die well and live well.” – Michel de Montaigne (p. 297)

de Montaigne, M. (1958). Of books (1578-1580). In D. M. Frame (Ed. & Trans.), The Complete Essays of Montaigne (pp. 296-306). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. (Original work published 1578-1580).


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