Michel de Montaigne Quote

There must then be something that is better, and that must be God. When you see a stately and stupendous edifice, though you do not know who is the owner of it, you would yet conclude it was not built for rats. And this divine structure, that we behold of the celestial palace, have we not reason to believe that it is the residence of some possessor, who is much greater than we?


Book II, ch. 12 - Essais (1595)

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There must then be something that is better, and that must be God. When you see a stately and stupendous edifice, though you do not know who is the...

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There must then be something that is better, and that must be God. When you see a stately and stupendous edifice, though you do not know who is the...

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There must then be something that is better, and that must be God. When you see a stately and stupendous edifice, though you do not know who is the...

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There must then be something that is better, and that must be God. When you see a stately and stupendous edifice, though you do not know who is the...