Essays of Montaigne, Vol. 2
Volume 2 of a 10 volume collection of Montaigne’s famous essays in the 17th century English translation by Charles Cotton.
Essays of Montaigne, vol. 2, trans. Charles Cotton, revised by William Carew Hazlett (New York: Edwin C. Hill, 1910).
The text is in the public domain.
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Table of Contents
- LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
- ESSAYS OF MONTAIGNE
- VARIOUS EVENTS FROM THE SAME COUNSEL.
- OF PEDANTRY ,
- OF THE INSTITUTION OF CHILDREN.
- IT IS FOLLY TO REFER TRUTH AND ERROR TO OUR OWN CAPACITY
- OF FRIENDSHIP
- OF MODERATION.
- OF CANNIBALS
- THAT IT IS MEET TO INTERVENE DISCREETLY IN JUDGING THE DIVINE ORDINANCES
- TO AVOID PLEASURES AT THE EXPENSE OF LIFE.
- FORTUNE IS OFTENTIMES MET WITH IN THE TRAIN OF REASON.
- OF A DEFECT IN OUR GOVERNMENT
- OF THE CUSTOM OF CLOTHING ONESELF.
- OF CATO THE YOUNGER
- HOW WE CRY AND LAUGH FOR THE SAME THING.