Denis Diderot was a famed French art critic, writer and philosopher who played a vital role during ‘The Enlightenment’. He is also well-known as the co-founder and chief editor of ‘Encyclopedie’ with Jean le Rond d’Alembert. He gained fame primarily for his contributions towards the ‘Encyclopedie’ and also for the phenomenal plays that he had written. His first original work was titled, ‘The Philosophical Thoughts’ in which he argued for propitiation of feelings with reasons in order to establish compatibility. Some of his famous works include, ‘Paradox Of The Actor’, ‘Jacques The Fatalist’, ‘D’Alembert’s Dream’ and ‘Rameau’s Nephew’. However, these were all published after his death. Here is a corpus of some famous thoughts, views and opinions by the eminent philosopher which have been extracted from the vast sea of his works. Let us go through the quotes and sayings by Denis Diderot and see what we can learn from them.