Maimonides Quote

Every ignoramus imagines that all that exists, exists with a view to his individual sake; it is as if there were nothing that exists except him. And if something happens to him that is contrary to what he wishes, he makes the trenchant judgement that all that exists is an evil.


The guide of the perplexed (ed. 1963)

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Every ignoramus imagines that all that exists, exists with a view to his individual sake; it is as if there were nothing that exists except him. And...

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Every ignoramus imagines that all that exists, exists with a view to his individual sake; it is as if there were nothing that exists except him. And...

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Every ignoramus imagines that all that exists, exists with a view to his individual sake; it is as if there were nothing that exists except him. And...

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Every ignoramus imagines that all that exists, exists with a view to his individual sake; it is as if there were nothing that exists except him. And...