Daniel Desbiens has been working for 10 years on the writing of more than 400 philosophical and social maxims. Those maxims can also be called aphorisms. They deal with the aspect of the modern world and the human behavior. He gives us a review of them in this book. He see them as a reflection he offers to the reader.
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425 philosophical and social maxims ( or aphorisms) on the modern world.
"The best always remains to come."
"One does look for a camel in the North Pole or for an iceberg in the Sahara."
"Whoever pretends at friendship is being stupid."
"Sinks into mediocrity the one who follows the majority."
"Through a crossed look, two souls lay bare."
"The gene of Freedom is passed to all races."
"Many stars are shining yet few astronoms look at them."
"The ignorance of humanity is matched only by its phenomenal imagination."
"To stop learning is to stop living."