It may be added, to prevent misunderstanding, that when I speak of contemplated objects in this last phrase as objects of contemplation, the act of contemplation itself is of course an enjoyment.
There is nothing in philosophy which could not be said in everyday language.
In every American there is an air of incorrigible innocence, which seems to conceal a diabolical cunning.
I see plainly how external images influence the image that I call my body: they transmit movement to it.
Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.
An atheist is a man who believes himself an accident.
In order to be rated as good as a good man in the field of her earnings, she must show herself better than he. She must be more steady, or more trustworthy, or more skilled, or more cheap in order to have the same chance of employment.
The thing of which the act of perception is the perception is experienced as something not mental.
And I also see how this body influences external images: it gives back movement to them.
The major task of the twentieth century will be to explore the unconscious, to investigate the subsoil of the mind.