The enemies of the truth are always awfully nice.
—Christopher Morley (American Journalist)
Great revolutions are the work rather of principles than of bayonets, and are achieved first in the moral, and afterwards in the material sphere.
—Giuseppe Mazzini (Italian Philosopher)
However well organized the foundations of life may be, life must always be full of risks.
—Havelock Ellis (British Sexologist)
In every man there is something wherein I may learn of him, and in that I am his pupil.
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (American Philosopher)
Justice should remove the bandage from her eyes long enough to distinguish between the vicious and the unfortunate.
—Robert G. Ingersoll (American Atheist Politician)
No man has received from nature the right to give orders to others. Freedom is a gift from heaven, and every individual of the same species has the right to enjoy it as soon as he is in enjoyment of his reason.
—Denis Diderot (French Philosopher)