Famous Quotes Explained: « Beauty, we know it dies, and thus we know it exists, » The Church, Céline, 1926.

Famous quotes explained: « Laws are always useful to those who possess and harmful to those who have nothing. », The Social Contract,Rousseau, 1762.

Famous quotes explained: « Work keeps three great evils away from us: boredom, vice, and need. », Candide, Voltaire, 1759.

Famous quotes explained: « Without the freedom to criticize, there is no genuine praise. » Act V, Scene 3., The Marriage of Figaro, Beaumarchais, 1784.

Famous quotes explained: « Science without conscience is but the ruin of the soul », Pantagruel, Rabelais, 1532.

Famous quotes explained: « He who despairs of events is a coward, but he who hopes for the human condition is a madman. », Notebooks, Albert Camus.