Democritus Quotes


Nature... has buried truth deep in the bottom of the sea. Democritus

Many much-learned men have no intelligence. Democritus

I would rather discover one scientific fact than become King of Persia. Democritus

Man is a universe in little. Democritus

Virtue isn't not wronging others but not wishing to wrong others. Democritus

Life unexamined, is not worth living. Democritus

To do all the talking and not be willing to listen is a form of greed. Democritus

Envy is the cause of political division. Democritus

The wise man's home is the universe. Democritus

Soul and intellect are just the same things. Democritus

No power and no treasure can outweigh the extension of our knowledge. Democritus

Immoderate desire is the mark of a child, not a man. Democritus

Magnanimity consists in enduring tactlessness with mildness. Democritus

One should practice much sense, not much learning. Democritus

If you would know contentment, let your deeds be few. Democritus

Nature . . . has buried truth deep in the bottom of the sea. Democritus

Word is a shadow of a deed. Democritus

Sexual intercourse is a slight attack of apoplexy. Democritus

Happiness does not reside in strength or money; it lies in rightness and many-sidedness. Democritus

More men have become great through practice than by nature. Democritus



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