Many / One
A database of 11,000+ illuminated guiding quotations in 40 categories from 600+ inspired books by our most brilliant and influential authors.
Compiled by JoAnn Kite
|1||"Without these Ideas – these generalizations, regularities and ideals – the world would be to us as it must seem to the first-opened eyes of the child, a mass of unclassified and unmeaning particulars of sensation; for meaning can be given to things only by classifying and generalizing them, by finding the laws of their beings, and the purposes and goals of their activity."|
|2||"The greatest good is the knowledge of the union which the mind has with the whole of nature." Spinoza|
|3||"God is the causal chain or process, the underlying condition of all things, the law and structure of the world."|
|4||"Justice is not mere strength, but harmonious strength – desires and men falling into that order which constitutes intelligence and organization; justice is not the right of the stronger, but the effective harmony of the whole."|
|5||"A friend is one soul in two bodies." Aristotle|