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Victor Cousin - Quotes

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Ignorance is the primary source of all misery and vice. ---->>>

True philosophy invents nothing; it merely establishes and describes what is. ---->>>

All truly historical peoples have an idea they must realize, and when they have sufficiently exploited it at home, they export it, in a certain way, by war; they make it tour the world.

All truly historical peoples have an idea they must realize, and when they have sufficiently exploited it at home, they export it, in a certain way, by war; they make it tour the world.

All men have an equal right to the free development of their faculties; they have an equal right to the impartial protection of the state; but it is not true, it is against all the laws of reason and equity, it is against the eternal nature of things. ---->>>

The beautiful cannot be the way to what is useful, or to what is good, or to what is holy; it leads only to itself. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: French
Born: November 28, 1792
Birthplace: Paris
Die: January 13, 1867
Occupation: Philosopher
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Victor Cousin (French: [kuzɛ̃]; 28 November 1792 – 14 January 1867) was a French philosopher. He was the founder of "eclecticism," a briefly influential school of French philosophy that combined elements of German idealism and Scottish Common Sense Realism. As the administrator of public instruction for over a decade, Cousin also had an important influence on French educational policy (wikipedia)