Marcel Proust quote about truth from The Fugitive - the fact that the intellect is not the most subtle, powerful and appropriate instrument for grasping the truth is only one more reason in favour of starting with the intellect rather than with the intuitions of the unconscious or with unquestioning faith in our premonitions.
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the fact that the intellect is not the most subtle, powerful and appropriate instrument for grasping the truth is only one more reason in favour of starting with the intellect rather than with the intuitions of the unconscious or with unquestioning faith in our premonitions.
 Marcel Proust, The Fugitive (1925). copy citation

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Author Marcel Proust
Source The Fugitive
Topic truth intuition intellect
Date 1925
Language English
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Note Translated by Peter Collier
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