La philosophie doit tout dire  

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"La philosophie doit tout dire" is a dictum by Marquis de Sade found in Juliette.

It fully reads "A quelque point qu'en frémissent les hommes, la philosophie doit tout dire."[1] An English translation reads "However much men may tremble, philosophy must say everything."[2]. An alternative translation is "philosophy must tell all".



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