Michel de Montaigne was apparently one the most important French Renaissance philosophers, but I had never heard of the good man before picking up this Little Black Classic which bundles six of his essays.
I was pleasantly surprised. His ideas were not particularly shocking (at least not today) but the meandering way in which it was written made for a nice read. However, while I liked this, I’m not really inclined into reading more of his essays.
How We Weep and Laugh at the Same Thing (Little Black Classics #29) – Michel de Montaigne