Category Archives: Montaigne

MONTAIGNE: Apology for Raymond de Sebonde

In the Apology for Raymond de Sebonde, Montaigne writes a long treatise supporting the religious arguments of Raymond de Sebonde. Montaigne does not analyze the specific arguments Sebonde presents to counter the arguments of atheists, but rather he presents his own evidence for justifying a radical skepticism toward all knowledge except knowledge obtained directly from the divine. Continue reading MONTAIGNE: Apology for Raymond de Sebonde

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MONTAIGNE: Essays [That the Relish of Good and Evil Depends in a Great Measure upon the Opinion We Have of Them; Upon Some Verses of Virgil]

That the Relish of Good and Evil Depends in a Great Measure upon the Opinion We Have of Them

MONTAIGNE: Essays [Of the Education of Children; That It Is Folly to Measure Truth and Error by Our Own Capacity; Of Cannibals]

Of the Education of Children