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The Best Cicero Quotes
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Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC) is generally considered Rome’s greatest orator and the master of Latin prose. He was also a powerful statesman, a successful lawyer and an influential... More > philosopher. Indeed, his affect on European literature and ideas, notably the Renaissance period, is almost unparalleled. Luckily, as Cicero was declared a ‘righteous pagan’ by the early Catholic Church, many of his works have been preserved, including recorded speeches, books on rhetoric and philosophy. From these, comes this collection of the best Cicero quotes.< Less
The Best Plato Quotes
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Plato is considered one of the greatest philosophers of all time. He was a Greek polymath: a philosopher, a mathematician, a writer and founder (at the age of 30) of the Academy in Athens – an... More > institution of higher learning where he taught Aristotle, amongst others. Here is a collection of his finest quotes.< Less
The Best Margaret Thatcher Quotes
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Mention ‘Thatcher’ in the UK and opinion will be clearly divided. However, one thing that is inarguable is that Margaret Thatcher was a formidable character: British stateswoman, Leader... More > of the Conservative Party 1975-1990, Prime Minister 1979-1990, Britain’s first female prime minister; the longest-serving prime minister of the 20th century; self-confessed conviction politician… This is a compilation of Margaret Thatcher’s best quotes, a collection of quotes about her, and a selection of anecdotes presented by Members in the House of Commons and the House of Lords after the announcement of her death in April 2013.< Less
The Best Mahatma Gandhi Quotes
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, otherwise known as Mahatma (‘venerable’ or ‘great soul’) was born on 2 October 1869 in Porbandar, in Gujarat, western India. He became an... More > influential political and spiritual leader renowned for his non-violent civil rights crusade and leadership of the Indian independence movement. He is widely seen as the Father of the Nation in India. This collection of Gandhi’s best quotes comes from his writings and speeches and reflects his spiritual strength and courage.< Less
The Best Socrates Quotes
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Socrates was a Greek philosopher and teacher, now considered to be one of the founders of Western philosophy. His way of teaching, known today as the Socratic Method, encouraged students to question... More > everything: What is truth? What is justice? Are the gods omnipotent? As he did not transcribe his teachings and thoughts, a great deal of what is known about him today comes from writings of his pupils and followers, notably Plato and Xenophon, as well as the plays of Aristophanes.Here is a selection of his best quotes.< Less
The Best Confucius Quotes
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A selection of the finest quotes by Confucius, one of the most influential and respected Chinese philosophers in history.
The Best Aristotle Quotes
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Aristotle was a Greek philosopher and polymath, born in Stagira, Greece, and today considered one of the most important figures in Western philosophy. His writings cover a wide range of subjects from... More > physics, biology and zoology to poetry, music, logic, politics, government and ethics. This is a collection of his best quotes.< Less
The Best Lao Tzu Quotes
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A selection of the finest quotes of Lao Tzu, the founder of Taoism.
101 Ageing Quotes
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Ageing... there’s precious little we can do about it, so we may as well accept it, get on with it and even enjoy it. Barring illness, how we cope with ageing is, to a certain extent, a question... More > of mind over matter: we’ve all heard the joke... if you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter. This little compilation of quotes from the likes of actors, writers, comedians and philosophers takes a gentle poke at the ageing process and reminds us that it’s not the end of the world... yet!< Less
The Best Oscar Wilde Quotes
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One of the greatest playwrights of his time, Wilde was also a novelist, poet, essayist and celebrated wit, noted for his involvement in the art movement Aestheticism. Amongst his many successes were... More > his only novel The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891), and plays such as Lady Windermere’s Fan (1892), An Ideal Husband (1895) and The Importance of Being Earnest (1895). This compilation brings together snippets from a wide range of Wilde’s work and showcases the wit and wisdom for which he is renowned.< Less
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