The philosopher ought never to try to avoid the... Quote by Mortimer Adler

This quotation was said by: Mortimer Adler

Previous quote
Next quote
 The philosopher ought never to try to avoid the... by Mortimer Adler at QuoteAbout.net
Pin it

Rate this quote
Twitter Facebook Google+ Linkedin View this quote

 

Share this quote on your site

Copy the below text and put in your site:
The philosopher ought never to try to avoid the duty of making up his mind

About Mortimer Adler

Nationality: American
Profession: Philosopher
Born: 28-Dec-1902
Died: 28-Jun-2001

Tags for this quote:


Philosopher - Ought - Never - Avoid - Making - Duty - Mind

Popular quotes

Studious   Really   Ability   Forget   Cannot   Window   Under   Either   Person   Anytime   Jokes   Nonchalance   Clinton   Tried   Freedom   Moderation   Social   Think   Believe   Scare   Wants   Youth   Great   Doubt   Biggest   

Popular authors

Please add your comment to this quote.
Write a comment ...
Post comment
Cancel

Similar quotes


We acknowledge but one motive - to follow the truth as we know it, whithersoever it may lead us; but in our heart of hearts we are well assured that the truth which has made us free, will in the end make us glad also

Mortimer Adler

In English we must use adjectives to distinguish the different kinds of love for which the ancients had distinct names

Mortimer Adler

Mortimer Adler: I wonder if most people ever ask themselves why love is connected with reproduction. And if they do ask themselves about this, I wonder what answer they give
Mortimer Adler: Love wishes to perpetuate itself. Love wishes for immortality
Advice to intellectuals: let no-one represent you

Theodor Adorno

Erotic or sexual love can truly be love if it is not selfishly sexual or lustful

Mortimer Adler

Once the last trace of emotion has been eradicated, nothing remains of thought but absolute tautology

Theodor Adorno

Gene Simmons: James Bond has a license to kill, rockstars have a license to be outrageous. Rock is about grabbing people's attention
Man becomes great exactly in the degree in which he works for the welfare of his fellow-men

Mohandas Gandhi