The dualistic tendency at work here is similar to quantum; two opposing vectors. Montaigne the moralist maintains a teaching terminus worth living. Expand on the depth of this moral reflection and the meaning behind Montaigne.

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If the Quantum had a Soul

He who would teach men to die would teach them to live.

- Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592)

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The dualistic tendency at work here is similar to quantum; two opposing vectors. Montaigne the moralist maintains a teaching terminus worth living. Expand on the depth of this moral reflection and the meaning behind Montaigne.

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