The impossibility I find myself in to prove that God does not exist proves to me his existence.
Loves die from disgust, and forgetting buries them.
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|Birth:||16th August, 1645|
|Death:||10th May, 1696|
|Profession:||Author, Moralist, Philosopher|
Jean de La Bruyere was born in Paris, France. He was a French philosopher, author and moralist. He wrote several books include: Les Caracteres, Maximes et pensées, The Characters of Jean de La Bruyere, and La Bruyère and Vauvenargues.
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