Louis XV’s Après moi, le déluge was eerily prescient. The French Revolution, after all, did end in the Reign of Terror.
I, personally, would characterize John Stuart Mill as the consummate intellect without a soul.
Wittgenstein’s Tractus over-emphasizes the role of language, doesn’t it?
The orthographic differences between the First and Second Folios are surprisingly significant — especially in Coriolanus.
Camus’ L’Étranger doesn’t have the same nuances in English as it does in the original.