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Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Every thought derives from a thwarted sensation. Every thought derives from a thwarted sensation. Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Paul-Emile Victor: The world needs water. For every bottle of The world needs water. For every bottle of wine you drink you contribute to conserving the drinking water reserves. Paul-Emile Victor
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: The past was but the cemetery of our The past was but the cemetery of our illusions: one simply stubbed one's toes on the gravestones. Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: If something's just, I'll let myself be hacked If something's just, I'll let myself be hacked to bits for it. Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: Civilization will not attain to its perfection until Civilization will not attain to its perfection until the last stone from the last church falls on the last priest. Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile Chartier: There are only two kinds of scholars; those There are only two kinds of scholars; those who love ideas and those who hate them. Emile Chartier
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: When they got back into the carriage they When they got back into the carriage they felt greater strangers than before. Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Consciousness is nature's nightmare. Consciousness is nature's nightmare. Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Each of us is born with a share Each of us is born with a share of purity, predestined to be corrupted by our commerce with mankind, by that sin against solitude. Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Hirsch: The genres are widening. I don't think that The genres are widening. I don't think that there's as many limitations on the kinds of projects that actors can do as there once was. Emile Hirsch
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Man started out on the wrong foot. The Man started out on the wrong foot. The misadventure in paradise was the first consequence. The rest had to follow. Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Coue: Every thought, good or bad, becomes concrete; it Every thought, good or bad, becomes concrete; it materializes and becomes a reality. Emile Coue
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: The only basis for living is believing in The only basis for living is believing in life, loving it, and applying the whole force of one's intellect to know it better. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: To want fame is to prefer dying scorned To want fame is to prefer dying scorned than forgotten. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Coue: It's not the number of years that makes It's not the number of years that makes you old, but the idea that you are getting old. — Emile Coue
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: Perfection is such a nuisance that I often Perfection is such a nuisance that I often regret having cured myself of using tobacco. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile Galle: Do glassmakers not have the ability to knead Do glassmakers not have the ability to knead their own agates, marbles and rock crystals? — Emile Galle
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: God - a disease we imagine we are God - a disease we imagine we are cured of because no one dies of it nowadays. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: When lovers kiss on the cheeks, it is When lovers kiss on the cheeks, it is because they are searching, feeling for one another's lips. Lovers are made by a kiss. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile Chartier: One must be truthful with oneself about one's One must be truthful with oneself about one's own motives, especially if one is to survive in the world. It takes rigor, and it takes courage. — Emile Chartier
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: An individual dies ... when, instead of taking An individual dies ... when, instead of taking risks and hurling himself toward being, he cowers within, and takes refuge there. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Joy: Minimalists are people who only own what they Minimalists are people who only own what they really need on a regular basis. — Emile Joy
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: All philosophers should end their days at Pythia's All philosophers should end their days at Pythia's feet. There is only one philosophy, that of unique moments. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Verhaeren: In Belgium, the magistrate has the dignity of In Belgium, the magistrate has the dignity of a prince, but by Bacchus, it is true that the brewer is king. — Emile Verhaeren
Emile's Quotes By Emile Hirsch: There's something just so kind of smooth about There's something just so kind of smooth about politicians. — Emile Hirsch
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: No position is so false as having understood No position is so false as having understood and still remaining alive. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: I have no nationality - the best possible I have no nationality - the best possible status for an intellectual. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: My mission is to kill time, and time's My mission is to kill time, and time's to kill me in its turn. How comfortable one is among murderers. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: To Foreswear vengeance is to chain oneself to To Foreswear vengeance is to chain oneself to forgiveness, to flounder in pardon, to be tainted by the hatred smothered within. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Society is not a disease, it is a Society is not a disease, it is a disaster. What a stupid miracle that one can live in it. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: Man's highest duty is to protect animals from Man's highest duty is to protect animals from cruelty. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Lucidity's task: to attain a correct despair, an Lucidity's task: to attain a correct despair, an Olympian ferocity. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: True moral elegance consists in the art of True moral elegance consists in the art of disguising one's victories as defeats. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Anyone can escape into sleep, we are all Anyone can escape into sleep, we are all geniuses when we dream, the butcher's the poet's equal there. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Since all life is futility, then the decision Since all life is futility, then the decision to exist must be the most irrational of all. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: In Paris, everything's for sale: wise virgins, foolish In Paris, everything's for sale: wise virgins, foolish virgins, truth and lies, tears and smiles. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile Chartier: Every idea I get I have to deny, Every idea I get I have to deny, that's my way of testing it. — Emile Chartier
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Never to have occasion to take a position, Never to have occasion to take a position, to make up one's mind, or to define oneself - there is no wish I make more often. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: There's only one thing that warms my heart, There's only one thing that warms my heart, and that is the thought that we are going to sweep away these bourgeois. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile Chartier: If religion is only human, and its form If religion is only human, and its form is man's form, it follows that everything in religion is true. — Emile Chartier
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Not to be born is undoubtedly the best Not to be born is undoubtedly the best plan of all. Unfortunately, it is within no one's reach. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Gruppe: The painter's appreciation for beauty is more conscious, The painter's appreciation for beauty is more conscious, for he spends his life trying to communicate his feelings to others. — Emile Gruppe
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: No human beings are more dangerous than those No human beings are more dangerous than those who have suffered for a belief — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Durkheim: The first and most fundamental rule is: Consider The first and most fundamental rule is: Consider social facts as things. — Emile Durkheim
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: A self-respecting man is a man without a A self-respecting man is a man without a country. A fatherland is birdlime ... — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Augier: Homesickness for the gutter. Homesickness for the gutter. — Emile Augier
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: After a time, she believed in the reality After a time, she believed in the reality of this comedy — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: We inhabit a language rather than a country. We inhabit a language rather than a country. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile De Girardin: The power of words is immense. A well-chosen The power of words is immense. A well-chosen word has often sufficed to stop a flying army, to change defeat into victory and to save an empire. — Emile De Girardin
Emile's Quotes By Emile Durkheim: It is too great comfort which turns a It is too great comfort which turns a man against himself. Life is most readily renounced at the time and among the classes where it is least harsh. — Emile Durkheim
Emile's Quotes By Emile Coue: It is the certainty that you are about It is the certainty that you are about to recover, that brings results, not the hope. — Emile Coue
Emile's Quotes By Emile Hirsch: As far as dieting and weight loss go, As far as dieting and weight loss go, diet and exercise actually works. Lots of running and healthy eating. — Emile Hirsch
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: They dared not peer down into their own They dared not peer down into their own natures, down into the feverish confusion that filled their minds with a kind of dense, acrid mist. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: A regret understood by no one: the regret A regret understood by no one: the regret to be a pessimist. It's not easy to be on the wrong foot with life — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Chartier: There is a future that makes itself and There is a future that makes itself and a future we make. The real future is composed of both. — Emile Chartier
Emile's Quotes By Emile Augier: Thirst comes with drinking when the wine is Thirst comes with drinking when the wine is good. — Emile Augier
Emile's Quotes By Emile Durkheim: It is science, and not religion, which has It is science, and not religion, which has taught men that things are complex and difficult to understand. — Emile Durkheim
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: If we manage to last in spite of If we manage to last in spite of everything, it is because our infirmities are so many and so contradictory that they cancel each other out. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Philosophers write for professors; thinkers for writers. Philosophers write for professors; thinkers for writers. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: If you lack the power to demoralize yourself If you lack the power to demoralize yourself along with the age, to go as low and as far, do not complain of being misunderstood by it. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Life is merely a fracas on an unmapped Life is merely a fracas on an unmapped terrain, and the universe a geometry stricken with epilepsy. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Our works, whatever they may be, derive from Our works, whatever they may be, derive from our incapacity to kill or to kill ourselves. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: The passion for defiling things was inborn in The passion for defiling things was inborn in her. It was not enough for her to destroy them, she had to soil them too. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Paul-Emile Victor: The only thing we are sure to fail The only thing we are sure to fail is that which we do not attempt — Paul-Emile Victor
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: Governments are suspicious of literature because it is Governments are suspicious of literature because it is a force that eludes them. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: To Live signifies to believe and hope - To Live signifies to believe and hope - to lie and to lie to oneself. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Hirsch: Believe it or not, I got into the Believe it or not, I got into the charismatic, shady, sly heart of Sedgewick Bell by watching CNN and C-SPAN. — Emile Hirsch
Emile's Quotes By Emile Lahoud: You know it's easy here to buy journalists. You know it's easy here to buy journalists. — Emile Lahoud
Emile's Quotes By Emile Durkheim: Man is a moral being, only because he Man is a moral being, only because he lives in society. Let all social life disappear and morality will disappear with it. — Emile Durkheim
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: In order to have the stuff of a In order to have the stuff of a tyrant, a certain mental derangement is necessary. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Augier: Genius is a stream bathed by the folly. Genius is a stream bathed by the folly. — Emile Augier
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: By virtue of depression, we recall those misdeeds By virtue of depression, we recall those misdeeds we buried in the depths of our memory. Depression exhumes our shames. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: We define only out of despair, we must We define only out of despair, we must have a formula ... to give a facade tot he void. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: She wanted to live, and live fully, and She wanted to live, and live fully, and to give life, she who loved life! What was the good of existing, if you couldn't give yourself? — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile Zola: With his mouth open, he gave off that With his mouth open, he gave off that alcoholic smell that you get from an old brandy cask when you take out the bung. — Emile Zola
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: Illusion begets and sustains the world; we do Illusion begets and sustains the world; we do not destroy one without destroying the other. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: I do not want to see BP nickel I do not want to see BP nickel and diming these businesses that are having a tough time. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: For you who no longer posses it, freedom For you who no longer posses it, freedom is everything, for us who do, it is merely an illusion. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile Gaboriau: A woman scoffs at evidence. Show her the A woman scoffs at evidence. Show her the sun, tell her it is daylight, at once she will close her eyes and say to you, No, it is night. — Emile Gaboriau
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: All great ideas should be followed by an All great ideas should be followed by an exclamation mark - a warning signal similar to the skull and crossbones drawn on high-voltage transformers. — Emile M. Cioran
Emile's Quotes By Emile M. Cioran: The fear of being deceived is the vulgar The fear of being deceived is the vulgar version of the quest for Truth. — Emile M. Cioran