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Formerly, When Religion Was Strong And Science Weak, Men Mistook Magic For Medicine; Now, When Science Is Strong And Religion Weak, Men Mistake Medicine For Magic.
~ Thomas Szasz, The Second Sin (1973) "Science and Scientism"
The Purpose Of All Higher Education Is To Make Men Aware Of What Was And What Is To Incite Them To Probe Into What May Be. It Seeks To Teach Them To Understand, To Evaluate, To Communicate.
~ Otto Kleppne
Sigmund Freud Once Said, What Do Women Want? The Only Thing I Have Learned In Fifty-two Years Is That Women Want Men To Stop Asking Dumb Questions Like That.
~ Bill Cosby
At The Beginning Of A Great National Change, The Patriot Is A Scarce Man: Scorned, Ridiculed And Forgotten. When His Cause Succeeds, However, All Men Will Join Him, For Then It Costs Nothing To Be A Patriot.
~ Mark Twain
Life Without Sex Might Be Safer But It Would Be Unbearably Dull. It Is The Sex Instinct Which Makes Women Seem Beautiful, Which They Are Once In A Blue Moon, And Men Seem Wise And Brave, Which They Never Are At All. Throttle It, Denaturalize It, Take It Away, And Human Existence Would Be Reduced To The Prosiac, Laborious, Boresome, Imbecile Level Of Life In An Anthill.
~ Henry Louis Mencken
Good Resolutions Are Simply Checks That Men Draw On A Bank Where They Have No Account.
~ Oscar Wilde
In My Wide Association In Life, Meeting With Many And Great Men In Various Parts Of The World, I Have Yet To Find The Man, However Great Or Exalted His Station, Who Did Not Do Better Work And Put Forth Greater Effort Under A Spirit Of Approval Than He Would Ever Do Under A Spirit Of Criticism.
~ Charles M. Schwa
The Problems Of The World Cannot Possible Be Solved By Skeptics Or Cynics Whose Horizons Are Limited By The Obvious Realities. We Need Men Who Can Dream Of Things That Never Were.
~ John Keats
Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Lend Me Your Ears; I Come To Bury Caesar, Not To Praise Him. The Evil That Men Do Lives After Them; The Good Is Oft Interred With Their Bones.
~ William Shakespeare, "Julius Caesar", Act 3 scene 2
The Marvel Of All History Is The Patience With Which Men And Women Submit To Burdens Unnecessarily Laid Upon Them By Their Governments.
~ William H. Borah
There Is No Other Way Of Guarding Oneself Against Flattery Than By Letting Men Understand That They Will Not Offend You By Speaking The Truth But When Everyone Can Tell You The Truth, You Lose Their Respect.
~ Niccolo Machiavelli
Circumstances Rule Men And Not Men Rule Circumstances.
~ Euripides
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