Essays - Volume Two Michel de Montaigne

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Essays - Volume Two  by  Michel de Montaigne

Essays - Volume Two by Michel de Montaigne
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VOL. 2 - MICHEL EYQUEM DE MONTAIGNE, born at Montaigne in I 53 3, his fathers name being Eyquem. He was educated at Bordeaux and Toulouse. Lived chiefly at Court, but was a soldier for some time. Died in I 592. -- 1910 -- CONTENTS CHAR I. 11. 111.MoreVOL. 2 - MICHEL EYQUEM DE MONTAIGNE, born at Montaigne in I 53 3, his fathers name being Eyquem. He was educated at Bordeaux and Toulouse. Lived chiefly at Court, but was a soldier for some time. Died in I 592.

-- 1910 -- CONTENTS CHAR I. 11. 111. IV. v. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XII. XIII. XIV. XV. XVI. XVII. XVIII. OF THE INCONSTANCIE OF OUR ACTIONS . OF DRUNKENNESSE . . A CUSTOME OF THE ILE OF CEA . TO MORKOW IS A NEW DAY . OF CONSCIENCE . OF EXERCISE OR PRACTICE . OF THE RECOMPENCES OR REWARDS OF HONOUR OF THE AFFECTION OF FATHERS TO THEIR CHILDREN . OF THE PARTHIANS ARMES .

OF BOOKS . OF CRUELTY . AN APOLOGIE OF RAYMOND SEBOND QF JUDGING OF OTHERS DEATH . HOW THAT OUR SPIRIT HINDRETH IT SELFE . THAT OUR DESIRES ARE INCREASED BY DIFFICULTY . OF GLORIE . OF PRESUMPTION . OF GIVING THE LIE. . vii 1, -S . . Vlll CHAP. XIX. XX. XXI. XXII. XXIII. XXIV. xxv. XXVI. XXVII. XXVIII. XXIX. XXX. XXXI. XXXII. XXXIBI. XXXIV. xxxv. XXXVI. XXXVII. Contents OF THE LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE . WE TASTE NOTHING PURELY .

AGAINST IDLENESSE, OR DOING NOTHING . OF RUNNING POSTS, OR CURRIERS . . OF BAD MEANES EMPLOYED TO A GOOD END OF THE ROMAN GREATNESSE . HOW A MAN SHOULD NOT COUNTERFET TO BE SICKE . OF THUMBS. . . COWARDIZE THE MOTHER OF CRUELTY. ALL THINGS HAVE THEIR SEASON OF VERTUE . OF A MONSTROUS CHILDE . . OF ANGER AND CHOLER . A DEFENCE OF SENECA AND PLUTARCH . THE HISTORY OF SPWRZNA . OBSERVATIONS CONCERNING THE MBANES TO WARRE AFTER THE MANNER OF JULIUS CASAR .

OF THREE GOOD WOMEN . OF THE WORTHIEST AND MOST EXCELLENT MEN OF THE RESEMBLANCE BETWEENE CHILDREN AND FATHERS . PAGE 395 399 402 407 408 4 2 PREFACE The Epistle TO THE RIGHT HO-norable and all-praise-worthie Ladies, Elizabeth Countesse ofRutland, and Ladie Penelope Riche.

Give me leave petrriesse, and in aU good gifts unparagonized Ladies though I make my fault d. otd. de to aske leave for a fault, whkh I might leave yet thus to paire yoz without dislike, who like I imgine each other above other, and to whom a like paire Eong may I sseke, but be long ere I finde. Such pairing is no emwring, no disparaging, nor yet comparing, unless in that gaod comparison of excellence. This is the nncmber appropriate, at least reciprocall, of true love Mont.

l. i. c. 27 as the two Tables comc prised in two comma3 dements of due Zovs. And suck is Gods proceeding, when Mercie and Truth meete together, Righteousnesse and Peace have kissed each other. Even as body md soule, braine a d heart, memory and understanding so are you two with your two honovablest Lordes made, as you shoPlld be, even two Doves, two Loves double kinde, double kindnesse. Both like the two Cherubins on the toppes and sides of the propitiatorie, respective mutually like the two starres of the Novth, which our Mariners call, the Guavdes, di ectivs of our course like your owne eyes, their mne onely matches yet as much pkasing others .

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