Moved/wrote too many articles so that I needed to be verified not to be a robot....
由於現在作業已來不及.(我原想妥協 放棄要求 現在決定必須依原計畫 保持基本的品質)
我們依原計畫 到紫藤廬吃個便餐聊聊天 ---11月2日12點午餐
《愛默森選集 》, The Portable Emerson《 愛默森傳 》《愛默生 》《愛茂生札記》 Representative Men
Ralph Waldo Emerson chose "Montaigne; or, the Skeptic" as a subject of one of his series of lectures entitled Representative Men, alongside other subjects such
In 1571, on the death of his father, Montaigne, then thirty-eight years old, retired from the practice of law at Bordeaux, and settled himself on his estate. Though he had been a man of pleasure and sometimes a courtier, his studious habits now grew on him, and he loved the compass, staidness and independence of the country gentleman's life. He took up his economy in good earnest, and made his farms yield the most. Downright and plain-dealing, and abhorring to be deceived or to deceive, he was esteemed in the country for his sense and probity. In the civil wars of the League, which converted every house into a fort, Montaigne kept his gates open and his house without defence. All parties freely came and went, his courage and honor being universally esteemed. The neighboring lords and gentry brought jewels and papers to him for safekeeping. Gibbon reckons, in these bigoted times, but two men of liberality in France,- Henry IV and Montaigne.
Eureka - A Prose Poem
THIS WORK IS DEDICATED
ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT