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Alfred Adler
   said   
"The Chief Danger in Life is That You May Take Too Many Precautions."
Austrian doctor, psychotherapist & founder of the school of individual psychology
Arnold Toynbee
   said   
"Civilization is a Movement and Not a Condition, a Voyage and Not a Harbour"
English historian
Benjamin Jowett
   said   
"To Teach a Man How He May Learn to Grow Independently, and for Himself, is Perhaps the Greatest Service That One Man Can Do to Another"
British classical scholar, considered to be one of the greatest teachers of the 19th century
Booker T. Washington
   said   
"You Can't Hold a Man Down Without Staying Down With Him"
American educationist and emancipated slave
Carl Jung
   said   
"Every Form of Addiction is Bad, No Matter Whether the Narcotic Be Alcohol or Morphine or Idealism"
Swiss psychiatrist, and influential thinker and the founder of analytical psychology
Clark Kerr
   said   
"A University Anywhere Can Aim No Higher Than to Be As British As Possible for the Sake of the Undergraduates, As German As Possible for the Sake of the Public at Large..."
First Chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley. "A university anywhere can aim no higher than to be as British as possible for the sake of the undergraduates, as German as possible for the sake of the public at large, and as confused as possible for the preservation of the whole uneasy balance"
Derek Bok
   said   
"If You Think Education is Expensive, Try Ignorance."
Elie Weisel
   said   
"The Opposite of Love is Not Hate; It's Indifference"
Jewish writer, professor, political activist, Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor
Friedrich August Von Hayek
   said   
"The Argument for Liberty is Not an Argument Against Organization, Which is One of the Most Powerful Tools Human Reason Can Employ ..."
Austrian-British economist and political philosopher. "The argument for liberty is not an argument against organization, which is one of the most powerful tools human reason can employ, but an argument against all exclusive, privileged, monopolistic organization, against the use of coercion to prevent others from doing better."
Friedrich August Von Hayek
   said   
"To Be Controlled in Our Economic Pursuits Means to Be Controlled in Everything"
Nobel Laureate of Economic Sciences 1974
Henry Havelock Ellis
   said   
"It is Only the Great Men Who Are Truly Obscene. If They Had Not Dared to Be Obscene, They Could Never Have Dared to Be Great"
British doctor, sexual psychologist, teacher and social reformer
Henry Havelock Ellis
   said   
"The Sun, the Moon and the Stars Would Have Disappeared Long Ago... Had They Happened to Be Within the Reach of Predatory Human Hands"
British doctor, sexual psychologist, teacher and social reformer
Horace Mann
   said   
"It is Well to Think Well. It is Divine to Act Well"
American Educator
J. K. Galbraith
   said   
"In the Affluent Society, No Sharp Distinction Can Be Made Between Luxuries and Necessaries"
Canadian-American economist a leading proponent of the 20th century American liberalism and progressivism
J. K. Galbraith
   said   
"There Are Times in Politics when You Must Be on the Right Side and Lose"
Canadian-American economist a leading proponent of the 20th century American liberalism and progressivism
John Burroughs
   said   
"It is Always Easier to Believe Than to Deny. Our Minds Are Naturally Affirmative"
American naturalist and essayist
John Maynard Keynes
   said   
"I Do Not Know Which Makes a Man More Conservative - to Know Nothing but the Present, or Nothing but the Past"
British economist whose ideas, called Keynesian economics
Jorge Luis Borges
   said   
"Any Life is Made up of a Single Moment, the Moment in Which a Man Finds Out, Once and for All, Who He Is"
Argentine writer, poet, essayist and critic. Director of the National Library of the Argentine Republic and professor of English Language at the University of Buenos Aires.
Jorge Luis Borges
   said   
"Democracy is an Abuse of Statistics"
Argentine writer, poet, essayist and critic. Director of the National Library of the Argentine Republic and professor of English Language at the University of Buenos Aires.
Jorge Luis Borges
   said   
"Don’t Talk Unless You Can Improve the Silence"
Argentine writer, poet, essayist and critic. Director of the National Library of the Argentine Republic and professor of English Language at the University of Buenos Aires.
Jorge Luis Borges
   said   
"The Falklands Thing Was a Fight Between Two Bald Men over a Comb"
Argentine writer, poet, essayist and critic. Director of the National Library of the Argentine Republic and professor of English Language at the University of Buenos Aires.
Jorge Luis Borges
   said   
"I Have Always Imagined That Paradise Will Be a Kind of Library"
Argentine writer, poet, essayist and critic. Director of the National Library of the Argentine Republic and professor of English Language at the University of Buenos Aires.
Jorge Luis Borges
   said   
"Writing is Nothing More Than a Guided Dream"
Argentine writer, poet, essayist and critic. Director of the National Library of the Argentine Republic and professor of English Language at the University of Buenos Aires.
Joseph Wood Krutch
   said   
"The Grand Paradox of Our Society is This: We Magnify Man’s Right but We Minimize His Capacities"
American writer, critic, naturalist and professor of English Literature
Joseph Wood Krutch
   said   
"Happiness is Itself a Kind of Gratitude."
American writer, critic, naturalist and professor of English Literature
Joseph Wood Krutch
   said   
"If We Do Not Permit the Earth to Produce Beauty and Joy, It Will in the End Not Produce Food, Either."
American writer, critic, naturalist and professor of English Literature
Laurence J. Peter
   said   
"Against Logic There is No Armor Like Ignorance"
Canadian educator writer & "hierarchiologist"
Laurence J. Peter
   said   
In a Hierarchy, Every Employee Tends to Rise to His Level of Incompetence.
Canadian educator writer & "hierarchiologist"
Laurence J. Peter
   said   
Speak when You Are Angry - and You Will Make the Best Speech You'll Ever Regret.
Canadian educator writer & "hierarchiologist"
Marshall McLuhan
   said   
"The Medium is the Message"
Canadian communication scholar
Morrie Schwartz
   said   
"Learn How to Live, and You’ll Know How to Die; Learn How to Die, and You’ll Earn How to Live"
American Sociology Professor, Doctor of Philosophy. He gained posthumous fame as the subject of the book “Tuesdays with Morrie”
Morrie Schwartz
   said   
"The Most Important Thing in Life is to Learn How to Give out Love, and to Let It Come In"
American Sociology Professor, Doctor of Philosophy. He gained posthumous fame as the subject of the book “Tuesdays with Morrie”
Oliver Wendell Holmes
   said   
"A Mind That is Stretched by a New Experience Can Never Go Back to Its Old Dimensions."
American jurist & author
Oliver Wendell Holmes
   said   
"A Moment's Insight is Sometimes Worth a Life’s Experience"
Author and Supreme Court Justice
Orison Swett Marden
   said   
"The Golden Rule for Every Business Man is This: Put Yourself in Your Customer’s Place"
American inspirational author and founder of Success magazine. Held degrees in science, arts, medicine and law.
Orison Swett Marden
   said   
"It is What We Do Easily and What We Like to Do That We Do Well"
American inspirational author and founder of Success magazine. Held degrees in science, arts, medicine and law.
Orison Swett Marden
   said   
"Man Becomes a Slave to His Constantly Repeated Acts. What He at First Chooses, at Last Compels"
American inspirational author and founder of Success magazine. Held degrees in science, arts, medicine and law.
Pittacus
   said   
"The Measure of a Man is What He Does With Power"
One of the seven sages of Greece
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   said   
"The End of the Human Race Will Be That It Will Eventually Die of Civilization"
American lecturer, essayist, philosopher, poet and leader of the Transcendentalist movement
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   said   
"Good Luck is Another Name for Tenacity of Purpose"
American lecturer, essayist, philosopher, poet and leader of the Transcendentalist movement
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   said   
"Life is Not So Short but That There is Always Time Enough for Courtesy"
American lecturer, essayist, philosopher, poet and leader of the Transcendentalist movement
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   said   
"The Louder He Talked of His Honour, the Faster We Counted Our Spoons"
American lecturer, essayist, philosopher, poet and leader of the Transcendentalist movement
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   said   
"Most of the Shadows of This Life Are Caused by Standing in One’s Own Sunshine"
American lecturer, essayist, philosopher, poet and leader of the Transcendentalist movement
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   said   
"Nothing Great Was Ever Achieved Without Enthusiasm"
American lecturer, essayist, philosopher, poet and leader of the Transcendentalist movement
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   said   
"Poverty, Frost, Famine, Rain, Disease, Are the Beadles and Guardsmen That Hold Us to Common Sense"
American lecturer, essayist, philosopher, poet and leader of the Transcendentalist movement
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   said   
"There is Properly No History; Only Biography"
American lecturer, essayist, philosopher, poet and leader of the Transcendentalist movement
Samuel Johnson
   said   
"Every Man Has, Some Time in His Life, and Ambition to Be a Wag"
English poet, essayist, moralist, novelist, literary critic, biographer, editor and lexicographer
Samuel Johnson
   said   
"Love is the Wisdom of the Fool and the Folly of the Wise"
British Author
Samuel Johnson
   said   
"The Only End of Writing is to Enable the Readers Better to Enjoy Life, or Better to Endure It"
British essayist, poet, biographer, lexicographer and critic
Samuel Johnson
   said   
"There Are Charms Made Only for Distance Admiration"
English author
Sidney Littlewood
   said   
"The Irish Don't Know What They Want and Are Prepared to Fight to the Death to Get It"
President of the Middlesex Law Society
Theodore Rubin
   said   
"Kindness is More Important Than Wisdom, and the Recognition of This is the Beginning of Wisdom"
American psychiatrist and author
Thomas Carlyle
   said   
"Blessed is He Who Has Found His Work; Let Him Ask No Other Blessedness"
Scottish author, essayist & historian
Thomas Carlyle
   said   
"The Greatest of Faults, I Should Say, is to Be Conscious of None"
Scottish author, essayist & historian
Thomas Carlyle
   said   
"The Idea is in Thyself. The Impediment, Too, is in Thyself"
Scottish author, essayist & historian
Thomas Carlyle
   said   
"I Do Not Believe in the Collective Wisdom of Individual Ignorance"
Scottish author, essayist & historian
Thomas Carlyle
   said   
"Nothing is More Terrible Than Activity Without Insight"
Scottish author, essayist & historian
Thomas Carlyle
   said   
"Oh, Give Us the Man Who Sings at His Work"
Scottish author, essayist & historian
Thomas Carlyle
   said   
"A Well-written Life is Almost As Rare As a Well-spent One"
Scottish author, essayist & historian
Vartan Gregorian
   said   
"The Book is Here to Stay. What We're Doing is Symbolic of the Peaceful Coexistence of the Book and the Computer"
American academic. 12th president of Carnegie Corporation of New York
Wayne Dyer
   said   
"Be Miserable. Or Motivate Yourself. Whatever Has to Be Done, It’s Always Your Choice"
American psychotherapist, author and lecturer
William Glasser
   said   
"There Are Only Two Places in the World Where Time Takes Precedence over the Job to Be Done. School and Prison"
Jewish American psychiatrist, developer of Reality Therapy and Choice Theory
William Hepworth Thompson
   said   
"We Are None of Us Infallible-not Even the Youngest of Us"
English classical scholar and Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.
William James
   said   
"The Greatest Use of Life is to Spend It for Something That Will Outlast It"
US pragmatist philosopher & psychologist. The first educator to offer a psychology course in the United States.
William James
   said   
"A Great Many People Think They Are Thinking when They Are Merely Rearranging Their Prejudices"
US pragmatist philosopher & psychologist. The first educator to offer a psychology course in the United States.
William Lyon Phelps
   said   
"This is the Final Test of a Gentleman: His Respect for Those Who Can Be of No Possible Service to Him"
American author, critic and scholar


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