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The only fence against the world is a thorough knowledge of it.
There is not so contemptible a plant or animal that does not
Thus parents, by humouring and cockering them when little, corrupt the principles
Every man has a property in his own person. This nobody has a right to, but himself.
A father would do well, as his son grows up, and is
Laws provide, as much as ispossible that the goods and health of
The inclination to goodness is imprinted deeply in the nature of man;
If all be a Dream, then he doth but dream that he
It is hard to know what other way men can come to
Neither the inveterateness of the mischief, nor the prevalency of the fashion,
We are all a sort of chameleons, that still take a tincture
The least and most imperceptible impressions received in our infancy have consequences
The mind being, as I have declared, furnished with a great number
If you’re a painter, you’re not alone. There’s no way to be alone.
We have banished our artists to the fringe of society and tell
You have to get over the color green; you have to quit
A neighbor is a far better and cheaper alternative to government services.
When people start talking of man’s inhumanity to man it means they
I had to come from something, come from a place that was
I believe every day when I wake up and go to bed
Women were the ones that held the reins, it emerged.