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Philosophy Muse
Beware of the person of one book. Thomas Aquinas
Democratic governments are usually constrained to spend money only on material needs, while largely ignoring what makes men good.
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Spending $30,000 on champagne with a couple of friends is not the end of the world, but it does suggest a certain lack of purpose.
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Philosophical discussion unites the two greatest and purest pleasures of human life: study and society. David Hume
Philosophical discussion unites the two greatest and purest pleasures of human life: study and society. David Hume
I follow a compendium of interesting philosophy accounts.
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Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything. Plato
As a rule, men worry more about what they can't see than about what they can. Caesar
He who has a why to live can bear almost any how. Nietzsche
If Jesus has not been raised, then our faith is in vain. Paul the Apostle
Delight is incomplete until it is expressed. CSL
To change your life, start immediately. William James
Do not bear with patience wrongs done to another. Thomas Aquinas
It is not death that a man should fear, but rather never beginning to live. Marcus Aurelius
As soon as it comes to the point that the crowd judges what is truth, it will not be long before decisions are made with fists. Soren K.
I think tonight I'm just going to stare at the stars.
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When we ask how good a man is, we do not ask what he does, nor even what he believes, but what he loves. Augustine
Speak the truth, even if your voice shakes.
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Just as one bird does not make a flock, nor one day a season, so one action or a short time cannot make us happy. Aristotle
Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet. Aristotle
Happiness is not found in amusement. Aristotle
Better is a handful of quietness, than two hands full of toil and striving after the wind. Ecclesiastes
A man begins to die when he gives up on his desires. George Herbert