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The welfare of the people is the ultimate law.
(Salus Populi Suprema Est Lex)
The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.
The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards.
The whole dream of democracy is to raise the proletarian to the level of stupidity attained by the bourgeois.
The whole history of civilization is strewn with creeds and institutions which were invaluable at first, and deadly afterwards.
The whole life of man is but a point of time; let us enjoy it.
The whole point of being alive is to evolve into the complete person you were intended to be.
The whole problem can be stated quite simply by asking, 'Is there a meaning to music?' My answer would be, 'Yes.' And 'Can you state in so many words what the meaning is?' My answer to that would be, 'No.'
The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts.
The whole secret of life is to be interested in one thing profoundly and in a thousand things well.
The whole world is a man's birthplace.
The whole world is in revolt. Soon there will be only five Kings left--the King of England, the King of Spades, The King of Clubs, the King of Hearts, and the King of Diamonds.
The wicked flee when no man pursueth.
The will of the people is the only legitimate foundation of any government, and to protect its free expression should be our first object.
The will to be stupid is a very powerful force, but there are always alternatives.
The wind bloweth where it listeth.
The wine urges me on, the bewitching wine, which sets even a wise man to singing and to laughing gently and rouses him up to dance and brings forth words which were better unspoken.
The wisdom of the wise and the experience of the ages is preserved into perpetuity by a nation's proverbs, fables, folk sayings and quotations.
The wisdom of the wise, and the experience of ages, may be preserved by quotation.
The wise are instructed by reason; ordinary minds by experience; the stupid, by necessity; and brutes by instinct.