Michel de Montaigne Quote

Nature clasps all her creatures in a universal embrace; there is not one of them which she has not plainly furnished with all means necessary to the conservation of its being.


The Essays of Michel de Montaigne, Book 2, Chapter 12, 'Apology for Raymond Sebond', trans. M. A. Screech (1991)

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Nature clasps all her creatures in a universal embrace; there is not one of them which she has not plainly furnished with all means necessary to the...

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Nature clasps all her creatures in a universal embrace; there is not one of them which she has not plainly furnished with all means necessary to the...

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Nature clasps all her creatures in a universal embrace; there is not one of them which she has not plainly furnished with all means necessary to the...

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Nature clasps all her creatures in a universal embrace; there is not one of them which she has not plainly furnished with all means necessary to the...