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Montaigne: The Art of Life

Montaigne had Que-sais je? (“What do I know?”) written on a ceiling beam in his study. Say no more about this man’s humility and humanity.

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The lessons of philosophy and history, their practical benefits for your life and work. Feel free to get in touch: stevengambardella@gmail.com

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