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No one who ever gives the philosophic life a proper trial for a sufficient time is likely to desert it. Only the one who has never given it a fair trial, or who has failed to understand philosophy's real meaning, is ever likely to join the herd again and remain an unaspiring, insensitive, and prosaic creature.


-- Notebooks Category 1: Overview of the Quest > Chapter 1: What the Quest Is > # 171






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