Arthur Schopenhauer : In endless space
Giordano Bruno : It is unity that doth enchant me
Lord Byron : Are not the mountains…?
Goethe : Is not the core of Nature in the heart of men?
Zhuangzi – Just now I lost myself – you understand?
Zhuangzi – The ego
Lucretius – This dread, these shadows of the mind, must thus be swept away
Lao Tzu – All men desire solely to free themselves
Lao Tzu – To the mind that is still
Ludwig Wittgenstein – In art
Plutarch – Inscription on a statue of Athena / Isis
The Great Felix Mendelssohn
Giacomo Leopardi – The Infinite
David Hume – The limits of my perception
Leo Tolstoy – Human Beings are like Rivers
Bertrand Russell – Scientia
David Hume – The Dangers of Anthropomorphism
Ludwig Wittgenstein – Caute
Marcus Aurelius – Observe the Nature of all Objects of Sense
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