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  • Play with thought

    Hello everyone !

    Our Play with thought of the day comes from Nietzsche:

    “Everyone collaborates with the whole cosmos. "

    Nietzsche is the philosopher of the will to power, conceived as creation and vital plenitude, as a distraught affirmation of life.

    What is essential is our world as it is joy and a will to power. ... Nietzsche can be considered above all a moralist.

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  • Play with thought

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    Our Play with thought of the day comes from Epicurus:

    "It is not just the number of atoms, it is the number of worlds that is infinite in the universe. "

    How to achieve happiness? This is the fundamental question to which Epicurus offers an answer.

    Pleasure occupies a privileged place in this Greek school of philosophy.

    But Epicureanism is also based on a physical conception inherited from Democritus, atomism.

    Freeing oneself from fears linked to religious superstition is a third essential aspect of this doctrine.

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  • Play with thought

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    Our Play with thought of the day comes from the great Albert Einstein:

    “Space and time are the ways in which we think, not the conditions in which we live. "

    At 17, he sat for the entrance examination at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. And… he fails all the subjects he takes.

    History, geography, languages ​​... he only manages to get decent marks in math and science. Legend even says that a professor said of him at that time that he would never do anything with his life.

    Fortunately, young Albert didn't listen to him and kept his goals in mind.

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  • Play with thought

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    Our Play with thought of the day comes from a great physicist:

    “For me, a physicist, it is absurd to think that the universe was made by 'chance'. "

    Alfred Kastler is a French physicist who received the 1966 Nobel Prize in Physics.

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  • Play with thought

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    Our play with thought of the day comes from a famous Polish astronomer:

    "Thus the Sun seems to sit on his royal throne, reigning over his offspring, the planets which revolve around him".

    Nicolas Copernicus, astronomer, canon, doctor and mathematician.

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    Our quote of the day comes from the second French astronaut in history:

    "Light is the esperanto of the universe, the language common to all the worlds it houses."

    Patrick Baudry, former French Air Force fighter pilot and airline pilot instructor.

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  • Play with thought

    Hello everyone !

    Our Play with thought of the day comes from a great Greek philosopher!

    "It is not just the number of atoms, it is the number of worlds that is infinite in the universe. "

    Epicurus is the founding Greek philosopher of Epicureanism, a materialistic view of the world.

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  • Play with thought

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    Our Play with thought of the day comes from a Swiss writer.

    "The deepest character of the myth is the power it takes over us, generally without our knowledge".

    Denis de Rougemont, born September 8, 1906 in Couvet and died December 6, 1985 in Geneva, is a Swiss writer, philosopher and university professor.

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    Hello everyone !

    Our Play with thought of the day comes from a famous American actor.

    “Between the truth and the legend, print the legend! "

    A talented and committed actor, James Stewart alone crystallizes the values ​​glorified by a Manichean America in search of identity and heroes.

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    Our Play with thought of the day comes to us from the great Victor Hugo.

    “Legendary truth is of a different nature from historical truth. Legendary truth is invention resulting in reality. "

    Victor Hugo started 'Les Misérables' in 1845 under the title 'Les Misères'.

    Then he “abandoned” them for fifteen years.

    He resumed them in 1860, and the first part of the book appeared on April 3, 1862.

    On May 15, publication of the second and third parts of the novel (immense popular success, the crowd gathered at 6 am in front of the bookstore gates).

    On June 30 the last two parts appear.

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  • Play with thought

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    Our Play with thought of the day comes from a famous trumpeter:

    "A legend is an old man with a cane who everyone knows for what he did. "

    Twenty years after initiating “cool jazz” and ten years after experimenting with modal jazz, Miles Davis invents fusion, or jazz-rock, earning him the admiration of Jimi Hendrix.

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