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1) Of Friendship. Michel Eyquem de Montaigne. 1909-14. Literary and Philosophical Essays. The Harvard Classics
...of our wills is cause of it: for even as the friendship I beare unto my selfe, admits no accrease, 19 by any succour I give my selfe in any time of need, whatsoever...

2) That to Philosophise Is to Learne How to Die. Michel Eyquem de Montaigne. 1909-14. Literary and Philosophical Essays. The Harvard Classics
...things in so short hold? 10 For then we shall have worke sufficient, without any more accrease. Some man complaineth more that death doth hinder him from the assured...

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