Jean Bruyere

Jean BruyereIn existographies, Jean Bruyere (1645-1696) (IQ:165|#410) (Cattell 1000:562) (RGM:379|1,300+) was a French philosopher, moralist, and satirist, characterized a “sensible writer” (Meslier, 1727), noted for []

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The following are quotes by Bruyere:

“It’s motive alone that gives character to the actions of men.”
— Jean Bruyere (c.1690) (Ѻ)

“Next to sound judgment, diamonds and pearls are the rarest things in the world.”
— Jean Bruyere (c.1690) (Ѻ)

“Avoid lawsuits beyond all things; they pervert your conscience, impair your heath, and dissipate your property.”
— Jean Bruyere (c.1690) (Ѻ)

“It is a sad thing when men have neither the wit to speak well nor the judgment to hold their tongues.”
— Jean Bruyere (c.1690) (Ѻ)

“A pious man is one who would be an atheist if the king were.”
— Jean Bruyere (c.1690) (Ѻ)

External links
Jean de la Bruyere – Wikipedia.

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