|Lichtenberg, Georg C. Every man has his moral backside which he refrains from |
showing unless he has to and keeps covered as long as possible with the
trousers of decorum. - Lichtenberg, Georg C. It is a question whether, when we
break a ...
|... perceive in so-called commonplace faces things that make them individual. 12 |
Every man also has his moral backside which he refrains from showing unless he
has to and keeps covered as long as possible with the trousers of decorum.
|30 Every man has his moral backside which he refrains from showing unless he |
has to and keeps covered as long as possible with the trousers of decorum. C. C.
LICHTENBERG < 1 742-99). German physicist, philosopher. Aphorisms ...
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