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    Okay I ve read enough of this now, in a wide variety of settings, at miscellaneous times, within sundry atmospheres, such as late nights in bed under the lamp s pale glow, bright mornings early at certain tables or on metros, over coffees and over beers or over blended rye or such like things, in times of happiness and times of depression, in times of relative wealth and in times of poverty, in the stark wet heat of summer and the stark dry freeze of winter, under the rapture of autumn foliage about to be released from limbs and above the emerging green and yellow shoots and sprigs of spring, to qualify it as read so, over these long years sporadically spent with Montaigne, let s say I ve come to think of this collection as damn near a complete picture of a human mind striving to come to terms with the phenomenal world by engaging the sensorium as we re likely to get These pages contain a Universe, by which I mean a mind building things with langua...


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    I turn my gaze inward, I fix it there and keep it busy Everyone looks in front of him as for me I look inside myself I have no business but with myself, I take stock of myself, I taste myself I roll about in myself Alas, Montaigne inspires me The Complete Essays covers all kind of subjects and it is an almost eternal work in progress for me It honestly deals with humanity itself Montaigne is entertaining, compelling, and inclined to digression I read Montaigne at indiscriminate times and places, and under disparate moods If I am depressed, I look for something in it that might help me get back on my feet and keep going if I am happy, I search for companionship And I am often awed by him, how easy he seems To learn that one has said or done a foolish thing, that is nothing one must learn that one is nothing but a fool, a much comprehensive and important lesson. I ve been reading the Essays for some time now and probably will keep working through its page whenever I feel like contemplating about life It is, for me, an ever ending source of inspiration and of pleasure There are periods, it is true, that I forget about it altogether but eventually I will go back and scan through its chapters looking for themes that grant me some moments of delight At times I read Montaigne just for thirty minutes or one hour, but never for too long fo...


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    To learn that one has said or done a foolish thing, that is nothing one must learn that one is nothing but a fool, a much comprehensive and important lesson.There is sheer joy for me in that sentence It opens up a new starting point in life, not one of humility but of humour There is basic honesty about one s own ridiculousness, but also an honesty about the validity and value of one s own experience and life, as clumsy and awkward as this may be.The honesty and directness about his own life can make reading Montaigne like settling down and listening to an old friend talk, about how he started off preferring white wine, grew over the years to prefer red and then some time later drifted back to white again, or about how he managed to trick a friend on his wedding night so he could overcome his fear of being unable to perform and consummate the marriage or how as he has grown older he has taken to wearing thicker and heavier hats to keep his head warm It allows a for a remarkably intimate connection with somebody from a very different time.The material is varied, the subject of the essay, like many a students first attempts, simply a jumping off point for a long ramble interrupted by quotations Over the years as he continues to write the essays become confident and frequently longer, but they are bound together by his way of thinking about himself and his society A way of thinkin...


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    Clive James says somewhere that certain people throughout history are like ambassadors from the present stationed in the past though separated from us by centuries, to read them is to share in thoughts and feelings that we recognise intimately as our own And this is what Montaigne has been for me since I started reading him several years ago He is the first person in history who strikes me as modern or at least, the first to put that modern sense of uncertainty and existential nerviness down on paper, to write something that is not didactic or improving or even purely entertaining, but animated instead by curiosity, doubt, overeducated boredom, trivial irritations.The scepticism in particular has become probably his most famous quality his best known line nowadays is the rhetorical question, Que s ay je What do I know Certainly his essays meaning efforts , attempts are endearingly open about how uncertain he is when it comes to any of the big questions He doesn t bluster his way through his lack of knowledge, but faces it head on with disarming cheerfulness, and his arguments themselves are not carefully structured means to approach knowledge, but rather meandering and conversat...


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    e ssay 2 A loose sally of the mind an irregular indigested piece not a regular and orderly composition From Samuel Johnson s Dictionary of the English Language.Now I finally have an answer to the famous desert island book question This book It would have to be Not that Montaigne s Essays is necessarily the greatest book I ve ever read it s not But here Montaigne managed to do something that has eluded the greatest of our modern science to preserve a complete likeness of a person Montaigne lives and breathes in these pages, just as much as he would if he d been cryogentically frozen and brought back to life before your eyes.Working your way through this book is a little like starting a relationship At first, it s new and exciting But eventually the exhilaration wears off You begin looking for other books, missing the thrill of first love But what Montaigne lacks in bells and whistles, he than compensates for with his constant companionship You learn about the intimacies of his eating habits and bowel movements, his philosophy of sex as well as science, his opinion on doctors and horsemanship He lets it all hang out And after a long and stressful day, y...


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    Tonight, all across America, tens of thousands of teenagers perhaps hundreds of thousands sit in front of laptops, writing essays It is the most dreaded homework assignment for many of them, and if they go on to college, it will be the assignment most cited as making them lose sleep, their printer to break, their grandmother to die, their car to break down, etc etc.Tonight, all across America, tens of thousands of teachers and professors count and recount the remaining essays in their grading pile It is their most dreaded teaching activity It is painstaking It is grammar It is word by word In 1580, Michel de Montaigne, the world s first essayist and self acknowledged inventor of the genre, set out to attempt Attempt what He did not know, nor did he care whether he succeeded He wanted only to write to understand himself better And who better to do it As he writes, he is the world s greatest expert on the subject And there is no subject important to him And so, he isn t bothered if his essay on experience turns into an essay on farting Farting is experience, after all And he will also write what his mustache smells like, and that he likes scratching the insides of his ears, and that we say bless you after we sneeze because the air is coming out of our heads, not our butts and he ll write, don t laugh I read it in Socrates He ...


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    I kind of half jokingly refer to this book as the introverts bible Certainly a must read, especially for those of us who live a contemplative life The Essays are moving and funny, edifying, and at times very sad Montaigne s observations range from the very specific and particular to the huge and universal I don t always agree with what he says, but I am engaged nonetheless I feel as I read this book that I m always in conversation with him.I know I will be reading and re reading The Essays throughout the course of my whole life I know that my understanding for them will deepen and change Montaigne himself continued to edit the essays until his death This sort of journey is much of what the book is about all culminating in ...


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